Yoga For Beginners
Finding inner harmony, freeing from stress, improving your physical health – all this can be achieved with the help of yoga. Yoga is, of course, not fitness, but a deep system of self-knowledge. In doing so, yoga will improve not only your physical condition, but also your physical form.
In order to get the most benefit from this discipline, you first need to determine for yourself the goals that you want to achieve through mastery of yoga. Why do you want to practice yoga? What do you want to find? What do you want to change in your life? Only after you give yourself honest answers, you can take a step further.
There are many schools that are based on different approaches, each has its own characteristics. As a rule, beginners are advised to begin their knowledge of yoga with the physical yogi. There are reasons for that. In yoga there is a great temptation to study some higher aspects of meditation, exotic yogas, leaving the physical body without proper attention. However, without basic training, you will not be able to achieve good results.
To date, there are many specialized schools where you can start learning. For someone it is more convenient to study at home. But it’s better to start with a few yoga classes for beginners in specialized institutions first, in order to feel the atmosphere, learn a few exercises and remember the internal state.
Hatha Yoga is one of the most vivid examples of physical yogas and is most suitable for beginners. Hatha Yoga is the lower level, which is the basis for other types of yogas. In this form of yoga you will be taught to control your own body and gain physical harmony, through poses (asanas) and meditations.
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