I’m only doing school work and homework and it feels like im SOO inactive. I need somthing to do. I already have a gym membership done so if i go to yoga classes and stuff will it help my energy level at all? Can it be an imidiate difference?

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  • Physiological Benefits of Yoga
    Stable autonomic nervous system equilibrium
    Pulse rate decreases
    Respiratory rate decreases
    Blood Pressure decreases (of special significance for hyporeactors)
    Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) increases
    EEG – alpha waves increase (theta, delta, and beta waves also increase during various stages of meditation)
    EMG activity decreases
    Cardiovascular efficiency increases
    Respiratory efficiency increases
    Gastrointestinal function normalizes
    Endocrine function normalizes
    Excretory functions improve
    Musculoskeletal flexibility and joint range of motion increase
    Breath-holding time increases
    Joint range of motion increase
    Grip strength increases
    Eye-hand coordination improves
    Dexterity skills improve
    Reaction time improves
    Posture improves
    Strength and resiliency increase
    Endurance increases
    Energy level increases
    Weight normalizes
    Sleep improves
    Immunity increases
    Pain decreases
    Steadiness improves
    Depth perception improves
    Balance improves
    Integrated functioning of body parts improves

  • YOGA!
    i love yoga, it broke me out of my shel
    life was going to fast – go outside and breath* – streatch* – relax*

    It makes you feel, wonderful -well that was an understatement – i cant explain how great it feels – go and try it – you wont regret it . . . .

  • Exercise, some sunshine and a good diet of whole, real foods including lots of fruits and vegetables will boost your energy. I’m 45 and a ballroom dancer, I dance the feet off guys half my age.

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