Why do you practice Yoga?

Have you ever asked yourself why you practice yoga? Not the reasons that the ‘experts’ tell you but what YOU personally get out of it.

It might be for your physical body, perhaps you want to be strong and flexible.

It might be for your energetic body, perhaps you yearn to be full of vital life force.

It might be for your mental body, perhaps you spend too much time thinking, organising, strategising… and you need to release stress/ worry/ anxiety. 

It might be for your emotional body, perhaps you want to develop greater awareness and control over your actions and reactions.

It might be for your wisdom body, you may wish to learn how to listen to your inner voice and make better decision.

It might be for your spiritual body, you might yearn to connect to a universal force greater than yourself.

These are just a few my reasons, I’d love to know what yours are.

You can see why Yoga is such a powerful practice, and why it appeals to so many people.

I’m so grateful to have Yoga, I hope you are too.

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Why do you practice Yoga?

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