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  1. 1. HOME WELCOME WHAT IS EMPOWER NETWORK? VISION LEADERSHIP SYSTEM Subscribe to RSSGET MONEY CONTACT THOMAS AMAL THOMASAMAL.COMYoga Anyone? Part IIby Amal | on July 1, 2012 0 TweetYoga Anyone? Part II Go Daddy!I recently met a man that was at least 70 years old, he looked in by better shape than the other50 people in the room. He explained that he was a yoga instructor and taught seniors in converted by
  2. 2. Chicago for free. He was so calm and articulate, it was refreshing to speak with someone thathas a passion but wasn’t pushing it down my throat. Here’s a continuation from Yoga Anyone?Part II, as I previously mentioned hopefully this will help in your quest for better health. Get yourstretch on. PostsByLiz NeporentMay 14th, 2012 Ideas Of What Not To Do In Order To Have A Productive DayWhat Yoga Can—and Can’t—Do Online Shopping, Its Advantages And Why It’s Become So Popular4. The claim: Yoga doesn’t cause injuries.The truth is that Downward Dogs and Warrior poses cause more than their fair share of aches Ways to Obtain Money Fast With The Use Of The Internet While At Homeand pains. Although the data is sparse, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recordedmore than 7,369 yoga-related injuries treated in doctors’ offices, clinics and emergency rooms in2010. That number probably vastly underestimates the number of aching knees, tender backs Tips in Increasing Motivationand sore hips that result in the pursuit of relaxation and enlightenment. While most yoga injuriesaren’t usually a big deal, Broad warns about one major exception: “There is a lot of big neck Tips in Achieving Success in Lifeflexing that goes on in yoga and this is associated with strokes,” he says. His advice? Avoidmoves such as shoulder stands and the Plow which place excessive pressure on the neck, andmake sure your instructor is experienced enough to adapt the poses to you rather than forceyou to fit the poses. Get Started Now! *Email start now5. The claim: Yoga is good for flexibility and balance.Absolutely! Broad points out that some of the most obvious benefits of yoga such as improvedflexibility and balance have been supported by solid science for decades. What may not be soobvious is why these traits are so important, he notes. Poor balance and flexibility contribute tothe risk of falling and fracturing a bone, the leading cause of injury death among seniorsaccording to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Most people don’t concernthemselves with flexibility and balance when they’re young, but both fall under the category of“use it or lose it.” Yoga is one of the best methods for perfecting and preserving these skills.6. The claim: Yoga improves mood.Yoga can uplift mood and emotions in a profound way by increasing levels of the brain chemicalgamma-aminobutyric acid or GABA for short. Low levels of GABA have been associated withmood disorders such as depression and anxiety. In 2007, an elite team of researchers fromHarvard Medical School’s Mclean Hospital and Boston University Medical School found that hour-long yoga sessions elevated GABA levels by an impressive 27 percent on average—with onesubject enjoying an 80 percent increase in the mood-related brain chemical. Yoga is a promisingtreatment for depression and anxiety, according to Broad. converted by
  3. 3. 7. The claim: Yoga is good for your brain.When thirties screen siren Greta Garbo declared “I vant to be alone,” she may have really beencraving some private time for yoga. She, along with many other creative types, understood thepower of the practice to sharpen the mind. Emerging evidence indicates that yoga lights up theright hemisphere of the brain—the grey matter most associated with inspired thinking, focus anda host of other cognitive rewards. It also seems to quiet the mind so bold thoughts can burstforth. Studies on the subject tend to be small yet intriguing. For example, researchers at theUniversity of Pennsylvania Medical Center in Philadelphia scanned the brains of fourinexperienced yogis who practiced Iyengar yoga for about an hour a day and discoveredgreater activation in the right side of the brain than the left, especially areas associated withsetting and achieving goals.8. The claim: Yoga improves your sex life.“Yoga is sexually arousing,” says Broad. “People who do yoga know this, but they don’t talkabout it.” Although the science is still a little fuzzy on why yoga might get your juices flowing,there’s some evidence that it increases circulation in the pubic area, which houses our sexualequipment and where many of our erogenous hormones are produced. Also, certain poses andbreathing techniques also seem to prime the body’s most important sensual organ—the brain—to pump out hormones associated with arousal and orgasm.Feel free to let me know what you think, I’ve given my opinion, what’s yours?Everyone has an opinion or like to speak about a particular topic. Well, look how aformer homeless man became RICH doing just that, click here. Can you believe thatsaving money is this easy? See what I did and what you should also do, here. Isthere anyone that doesn’t shop? Does anyone like to make money? How aboutshopping and meanwhile make CASH MONEY? This is unbelievable, check it out here.This entry was posted in Empower NetworkTags: yoga« Previous Post Next Post » About The Author: Amal A former latchkey kid leading to being INDEPENDENT, self-reliant, DEDICATED follow er in my belief, FATHER of 3 men, HUSBAND, somew hat EDUCATED, filled w ith HOPE, GRATEFUL for life, HUNGRY for SUCCESS, alw ays w illing to give a helping hand, community facilitator, school board member, experienced in various industries, ENTREPRENEUR and a MAN STILL ON THE GRIND.Related PostsYoga Anyone? Powered by Livefyre converted by
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