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The Benefits of Yoga

Yoga offers physical and mental health benefits for people of all ages.

For patients going through an illness, recovering from surgery or living with a chronic condition, yoga can become an integral part of their treatment and potentially hasten healing. Yoga can support the healing process and help the person experience symptoms with more centeredness and less distress.

Breathing, yoga-based movement, and mindful meditation, helps children, youth and students bring their attention to the present moment and prepares them for learning time.

Yoga helps elderly people find their centre and strengthen their core, leading to improved balance that can help reduce risk of falling. Group yoga can also provide a space for greater connection and community.

Overall, yoga can be adapted to all types of bodies to bring about physical and mental benefits. Yoga helps individuals to find greater openness in their bodies and confidence in themselves.

1. Master Yogananth taught an excellent therapy class. This was the first time the patients used a yoga strap to practice various exercises for their upper back and a yoga block to practice their legs and calves. The students were very focused and tried their best to complete various stretching, strengthening, core poses and breathing exercises. They also did eyes exercises at the end.
2. Good start after CNY. Students worked on whole body general fitness. Besides mobility, students were also doing some eye exercises and pranayama.
3. Had a great start after CNY. Students worked on upper body stretches and some twist to loosen stiffness.
4. It was a class with good vibes. Students were enthusiastic in their attitudes and desire to enter and stay in a variety of poses, especially the determination to hold single legged balancing poses
5. Great class with lots of upper body stretching and yin yoga poses at the end.
6. Dr Yogananth teaches the class after the Chinese New Year holiday, everyone is happy to see him. The class focuses on seated and laying down posture, ends with pranayama. Great class as always with Dr Yogananth and the lovely students.
7. Class focused on back care. Despite the cold weather, warming up is good way to help our body feel better.
8. Fun class with some group movements for the festive season
9. Dynamic class with a few balancing moves, happy time.
10. Class focused on back and shoulder opening, stress release
11. It was a great hip and shoulder class with a group of enthusiastic students.
12. Great class. Happy to see they feel relax after class.
13. Excellent class by Master Y. Great start for the year of dragon
14. The ladies did very well, happy to see their progress.
15. Today we focus on dynamic flow stretching by yoga strap. Practice Tree pose by the wall. Mums have fun and feel released.
16. We stretched with the new straps from Anahata. For distressing of upper back and hamstrings. They felt released a lot.
17. Today we have 11 happy faces. We did mindfulness movement. seated chair stretches, encourage the mind-body connection while relieving stress. Incorporate breathing techniques. Recalled them how their bodies feel while each exercise.
18. We have upper back stretching with yoga straps. We did diaphragmatic breathing and guided visualization. To relieve their tension of body. Brain gym exercise recalls the movements naturally, learning to coordinate the eyes, ears, hands, and whole body.
19. 2 classes together 19 mums. As an observer, I can see that all mums were so diligent on each pose. They were amazing.
20. Today is the 7th day of the CNY - Everyone’s Birthday! There was a birthday party at the day care centre - the elderlies were happy and energetic after the party. I assisted each of them on the Cow Face pose using a strap and few were able to touch their fingers/hands - they were so excited! Everyone tried their best to follow the instructions to perform the poses and I could see improvements in them. A few advised they could feel the stretch in their different body parts during the class.
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