What makes me happy? – Yoga



Since ancient times, yoga has been practiced in India and today it is a worldwide mode of meditation and exercise. The popularity of yoga has increased so much that the entire globe is celebrating the very first International Yoga Day on 21-Jun-2015.

Yoga has benefits beyond doubt and hence today it is the ‘in’ thing in most countries.



Brings Happiness in Life

You thought yoga just makes you healthy, right? Consistent yoga checks on the levels of depression inducing hormones and increases the levels of serotonin which makes you feel happier. Yoga is highly recommended to individuals having anxiety attacks, extreme emotional fluctuations and depression.




Say Bye to Insomnia

Yoga calms the nervous system and provides a relaxing effect to the body which is the need of the hour in this era of modern life. Today’s life demands a lot from our body and mind, and yoga is the answer to get that deep slumber sleep and getting up refreshed in the morning. Pranayama and Shavasana will guide you through deep sleep every single night.




Builds Your Inner Strength

Yoga strengthens your bones and muscles. Makes you more flexible. It improves your lung health with the expansive abdominal breathing. It releases the tension from the body. All this and much more helps in boosting our immunity and building our inner strength.




Peace of Mind

With inner strength, good sleep and happy life you will ultimately have peace of mind. Yoga will affect your relationships too, making you contemplate on the depth of relationships and working towards improving your relationships.



So, what are you waiting for? If you have not included yoga in your life as yet, take this opportunity of International Yoga Day to start feeling the change and transform your life for the best with the help of yoga!




She is a dynamic HR, an avid reader, an amateur poet and a natural writer. She is an ardent believer in God and tries to dig up happiness even in the darkest of mines. Join her as she takes you on a joyride called ‘life’.


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