Yoga is a spiritual, mental, and physical practice that has been around for centuries. The word Yoga originates from the Sanskrit, meaning “to yoke”, to bring together the mind, body, and spirit.

Practicing Yoga at Be You YOGA is not only fun, but a way of nurturing yourself physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Health experts have recently listed some amazing benefits of Yoga, including lowering the risk of heart disease and cholesterol, while providing better circulation throughout the body and providing more energy. Yoga also creates flexibility and improves posture as well as creating better balance and strength. The benefits of practicing Yoga are many – so what are you waiting for – doesn’t your mind, body and soul deserve nurturing? The great thing about Be You YOGA is that you can start right now.  No need to buy expensive equipment or a special outfit; no need to be flexible or skinny.  At Be You YOGA we aim to help you develop a healthy and balanced lifestyle by using simple breathing techniques and poses.

Reason to practice Hatha Yoga at Be You YOGA

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At Be You YOGA we teach and practice Hatha Yoga. We believe Hatha Yoga is not only one of the oldest and most pure forms of Yoga, it is also one of the simplest to teach, practice and learn, whilst having great benefits.

One of the main physiological purposes of Hatha yoga is to improve the circulation of information, energy and matter throughout the body.  This should produce improvements in strength, flexibility, aerobic ability, ability to relax, muscle tone, lung function and concentration. It also should help with poor eyesight, rheumatoid arthritis, obesity, indigestion, back pain, hypertension as well as various respiratory diseases, sinusitis, arthritis, diabetes (I and II), anxiety, nervousness, attention deficit and memory loss.

Be You YOGA also encompasses meditation practices into each yoga class as well as offering Meditation Classes which may also increase cerebral flow, sensory perception, attentiveness, alertness and concentration.  Meditation also helps increase levels of melatonin, which helps to further reduce stress and insomnia.