Do you want to escape from the stress and strain of your routine everyday life? Do you think it’s time you focused more on relaxing your mind and body? Then yoga is the way. It is a proven way to improving the flexibility of body and strength of mind.


Yoga is believed to have been originated in India, thousands of years ago with the aim of transforming the mind and body. It is an effective set of mental, spiritual and physical disciplines, now practiced throughout the world. However, there are more than 100 different types of Yoga techniques that have derived from Hinduism and Buddhism over the years. Raja Yoga and Hatha Yoga are two of the most famous. Many people including celebrities have turned to Yoga as a form of mitigating stress and creating a perfect balance and harmony between the mind and body. Yoga has become immensely popular worldwide that there are hotels and resorts specializing in Yoga holidays and retreats. For instance, COMO Hotels and Resorts is a charming wellness resort ideal for a memorable Yoga holiday.


Yoga is also a popular for its healing power. It is a well-known form of lowering blood pressure and moderating the heart rate. It also reduces cholesterol levels as well as triglyceride levels. The functioning of the immune system also gets better with constant Yoga exercise. It simply increases overall health in no time. This happens as Yoga helps you breathe and move better. Several researches have revealed that Yoga even eases headaches and migraines. 8 weeks of uninterrupted, daily yoga can even significantly reduce fatigue and improve the quality of sleep. Yoga is known to be as an effective remedy for those with sleeping issues. The breathing and mental exercises involved in Yoga helps the mind calm down. This shows that Yoga does more than help you reduce stress and increase flexibility.


Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.