Yoga has gone through many upgrades and modifications. One of the new ways of doing this age old practice of Yoga is the Wall Yoga. Wall Yoga requires many straps, ropes, hooks and other hardware that are attached to the wall and then used to perform the moves of regular yoga, although with a few changes.
What is Wall Yoga? For that first, let’s take a walk through Yoga.
Yoga was first introduced in India approximately 5000 years ago by the Patanjalis who abridged the Yoga Sutras in specific steps to help us let go of the materialistic world thus helping us realize our true potential and to reach the ultimate goal of our inner self. The word ‘yoga’ is extracted from the Sanskrit word “yuj” which means “to unite”. You might have seen people doing various poses, twisting their legs which you might find a bit awkward or probably difficult. But its not. Take a look at how Yoga rejuvenates your body.
Gaining from Yoga in general: Wall yoga benefits
Yoga is an exercise which aids you to focus on your strength, capability and not just by physical but by building up your emotional level too. This practice has been going on for thousands of years and many people are reaping the benefits from it. So how does yoga help a person? First of all, it increases the flexibility of your body thereby helping you to beat stress and increasing your immunity power. In women, especially working women, stress is a major barrier in one’s body. Yoga helps you release endorphins which induces pain, anger and other emotions. So while your stress is channeled to other work-outs of Yoga, you will find yourself in a more focused and emotionally balanced manner.
Yoga is beneficial for old age people who are suffering from chronic back pain / neck pain or other ailments such as arthritis. It increases the bone strength thereby slowly eradicating the pain forever.
Obesity is one of the major diseases that lead to severe other ailment such as heart attacks, mixed emotions, change in hormones etc. These diseases can be completely cured through yoga. One has to look at the big picture that kids / adults who suffer from obesity are sometimes indecisive and carry heavy emotions in their heart which leads them to over-eating and thereby obesity. These emotions and indecisiveness can be tackled by Yoga which will help you to calm your senses via meditation, letting you to forgive and forget certain unforgettable incidents in the past and thereby boosting your self-confidence in yourself and reassuring faith in others.