Exercise for fitness must ideally be an integral part of every one’s life; all the more in this new generation sedentary lifestyle. Among the many forms of exercise including Pilates, Aerobics, Zumba etc, Yoga has taken the front seat. It enjoys maximum popularity. Unlike other forms of exercise, regular yoga practice promises physical, mental and spiritual benefits. What’s more, it can be practiced by people from all walks of life, irrespective of age, gender and body type.
Scheduling Yoga Practice
However, regular practice is a must to embrace utmost benefits. Practicing once a week or pushing it away for more demanding things will not provide expected results. So, whether yoga aspirants join classes for Yoga for Beginners or Ashtanga yoga or Bikram Yoga, the practice must fit in their unique schedule. Ideally, maximum benefits of yoga can be attained by practicing it in the Brahma Muhurat (beginning at 3.40 am).
Well, it is challenging for most people to schedule yoga practice at this time. Sunrise is also a good time for yoga practice. Sweat production is low in the morning. Dehydration is therefore, under control. Moreover, muscles and joints are stiffest in the morning. Yoga practice provides flexibility and energizes the body to work energetically throughout the day. As yoga practice relaxes and calms the body and mind, morning practice keeps the mind active and relaxed even through a busy and challenging day.
People who may not be comfortable with a morning schedule can even choose evening hours. However, whatever the time of yoga practice, the bowels must be emptied before and the stomach should have been empty for at least four to six hours. Conversely, afternoon practice is a strict NO-NO, as sweat production is high. Moreover, energizing the body by practicing challenging asanas at night is also not recommended.
Namastday offers multiple classes at varied times of the day. Students can choose the one which snug’s into their schedule perfectly.
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