According to the Patanjali Sutras, “Yoga is the practice of quieting the mind.” Yoga’s main goal is to instill compassion and a strong sense of unity and oneness with all living things. Yoga as a means of promoting good health, preventing illness, and treating imbalances in mental and physical well-being. Yoga has demonstrated in studies that it may improve both physical and mental health. Although yoga is not a cure-all for mental health issues, it can work wonders when combined with other health-improving techniques.
Yoga asanas are performed in a rhythmic way that engages the body, mind, and soul. Yoga revitalises one’s entire body and is like a meeting with the Self. When exercising, physical health is the main goal. One feels fatigued after a routine workout. And this is not the case after practising yoga.
When your stomach is empty and there are few distractions, early in the morning is the best time to practice yoga. You should also repeat your exercises late in the afternoon or early in the evening before dinner. Practices in the morning help you feel more upbeat and have more energy throughout the day, and practice in the evening helps you release tensions and stresses that have built up throughout the day, making you feel refreshed.
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