Yoga is becoming a mainstream fitness activity from past few years. It is being practiced not only in India, but also in many other countries. 1 in 5 American adults participates in yoga. The yoga that we’re doing on mat for isn’t that old.
What we generally think of as yoga began in late 19th century India.
Yoga is seen as an indigenous symbols of India that so many divisions of religion and language.
Guru’s like Swami Vivekananda spread their version of yoga worldwide as a proud Indian.
In hatha yoga, in the beginning of the 10th century, it was put emphasis on controlling breath and maintaining certain postures arose.
The word “Yoga” itself found around the 15th century B.C.
In Sanskrit, yoga has many other meanings like a constellation of stars, the quality of industriousness and even a fraud.
Many of the mental and physical health benefits are claimed by practitioners of modern yoga.
The postural yoga, along with the practice’s other components, controlled breath and meditation, can regulate blood pressure, heart rate and respiration.
Yoga is especially helpful to the seniors citizens who are hoping to avoid a fall. There are improvements in balance and moderate mobility gains after going through postural yoga programs.