We are all stressed out. And everyone tells us to try yoga. But the majority of us is still unwilling to practice it. Therefore we make excuses like these:


„I’m too aggressive for yoga!“
„I’m not patient enough!“
„I don’t have time!“
„I can’t even touch my toes!“


Sound familiar?
The truth is: If you can breathe, you can do yoga, simple as that. Everyone of us needs some moments of silence in this crazy and fast world. Let's talk about why you should start out with yoga NOW.


Just give it a try! I tell you why…



To be honest, yoga is no heart-pumping workout, but it really is great for weight loss. This might be a result of a closer relationship between body and soul during yoga. Becoming more mindful also means becoming a more mindful eater and helps you to reduce overeating. This improved awareness helps you to get more sensitive to your feeling of satiety. Plus, you will eat slower and you will be able to enjoy better how food smells and tastes.



It’s proven that yoga helps to reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Most people have too much cortisol in their bodies, because they have too much stress in their lives. Excess cortisol can increase weight gain, suppresses thyroid function, increases blood pressure, lowers immunity, and increases inflammatory processes and diseases.



The majority of the world’s population suffers from varying degrees of insomnia. Doing yoga regularly helps you to calm the nervous system and improves the ability to rest. This can be attributed to yoga’s ability to help people deal with stress. In addition, yoga can be very therapeutic for those who experience depression or anxiety that can lead to consistent insomnia.



At the beginning, yoga may seem a bit exhausting. But, as you continue, it will get easier, and you’ll actually feel more energized than when you started.



Yoga strengthens your upper-body and especially your core. Therefore, you will soon notice an improved posture. Good posture is not only healthy, it also help you to stand taller, walk with confidence and look more attractive.



Practicing yoga can also benefit your digestive system, because it couples exercises with rhythmic breathing. Breathing brings life force into the body and cleans the body of toxic materials formed due to unhealthy foods and lifestyle.



Yoga can greatly enhance your time spent between the sheets. It makes you more flexible, helps you to reduce insecurity and increases body awareness and confidence. Women who practiced yoga everyday for a few weeks reported improvements in their sexual desire and ability to orgasm.



Yoga reduces feelings of frustration, anxiety, regret, anger and fear that can cause stress. Without any forms of anxiety, you are able to establish an internal connection with yourself. This is consequently reflected in your perception of others and will help to better your relationships by improving awareness. The process works by releasing tension from your mind so you can feel confident about your physical body.


How to start?

The best ways to start out with yoga is to find a beginner’s class, or get a personal instructor. Classes also offer regular communication and exchange of insights, which is also important for beginners. Most yoga-people are pretty supportive of beginners, so there is no need to be shy. If you don’t want to communicate, you can learn yoga from books and videos.



No matter which level of yoga you choose, you'll probably start noticing benefits soon.


It’s never too late to start…