"Every beginning is difficult? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that. Yoga is good from the first breath on. Everything you need to know as a beginner."
Since there is yoga, there are a variety of methods and traditions in which one can practice. Whether powerful / challenging, sweaty / flowing, gentle and meditative, analytical / therapeutic or ecstatic / wild, all styles exist side by side peacefully and it is up to the individual to choose the one that best suits them.
The main directions include:
Maybe yoga is the best way to lose weight because it works the most sustainable way. Since yoga is a philosophy of life, it's not about counting calories, but asking yourself, how do I want to live? And what do I need to do this? Pizza or maybe a little yoga break?
Although traditionally yoga is associated with asceticism and renunciation, yoga is actually more about living in balance. Obesity is therefore measured less in kilos than in the way to satisfy its needs hastily and in excess. Anyone who exercises regularly will not be a Weight Watcher but an observer of their habits and will be seduced by themselves into taking the bad ones.
Yoga is not about looking good, it's about feeling good. There are many reasons to start with yoga and no one is better or worse than the other. Anyone who starts using yoga to lose weight will actually lose weight on a regular basis, simply because whoever is content with does not need food as a substitute. Many sweaty methods also turn fat into muscle, turning the body, until then maybe just a gas station and dusty pantry, into that lithe, famous yoga body you love to live in.
The resulting attractiveness is due not only to the new muscles, but above all to the gained self-confidence and a new serenity.
What do I have to wear to yoga?
Contrary to expectations, wide yoga pants are counterproductive as they hide the body and get in the way of many asanas. On the other hand comfortable leggings and tops made of organic materials guarantee freedom of movement and do not prevent the anatomical alignment of the body. Better, you do not have to bend your knees in the wall to avoid them.
Is yoga a religion?
Yoga is not a religion but a practical philosophy of life. Yoga, without formulating beliefs, provides the framework for personal growth. In order to stay with the image of the harness, in which body and mind are harnessed under a yoke (= yoga): Yoga possesses the on-board means and the technology to change. Where the journey goes, everyone determines themselves.