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The beauty of yoga is anyone regardless of their fitness level, physical or mental limitations or conditions can start to practice and benefit from it immediately. Yoga therapy simply allows the benefits of yoga to be much more amplified.

What makes yoga in general beneficial is that it affects all systems within the human body. Aside to relieving pain and making people feel generally better – after doing it even for the first time – it is the progressive and tweaking of  different yoga breathing techniques, poses and philosophies that allows yoga to help people deal and resolve their specific physical and mental conditions. This is yoga therapy!

The benefits of yoga are many but here  are a few:

Quality of Life

  • Gets rid of insomnia
  • Improves your sleeping
  • Improves the quality of relationships
  • Assist with weight loss

Physical

  • Decreases pain over all
  • Makes breathing easier
  • Makes movement less painful
  • Improves joint movement
  • Increases strength as well as flexibility

Physiological

  • Increases circulation through the body
  • Improves digestion
  • Improves one’s immunity
  • Regulates blood pressure better
  • Regulates respiratory rates better
  • Allows the heart to  work better

Psychological

  • Increases emotional stability
  • Increases confidence
  • Reduces depression
  • Reduces panic attacks and anxiety
  • Reduces fear

In a world where medication is used as the main way to deal with pain  – which only deals with the symptoms of a problem – yoga not only helps to deal with the symptoms of pain and discomfort of all conditions,  but it also helps to fix the related physical and mental  problems of any problem.

Yoga overall has many benefits and  when yoga is apply to specific conditions (yoga therapy); it has been shown that it can help not only to alleviate the symptoms of all problems – physically or mentally – but also can fix problems to the point of where they are cured.