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Paddle Board Yoga: Is This the Top Fitness Trends?

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. Lifestyle | | October 15, 2017, 10:57 am. X. 1/ 25. People practice stand-up paddleboard yoga also called SUP yoga, on the Adriatic coast in Verudela, Croatia. (Image: Reuters). X. 2/ 25…. Paddle Board Yoga: One Of The Top Fitness Trends

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Taking a closer look at Paddle Board Yoga

Now about 400 years, people have been practicing yoga.  It is a system of exercises which are very easy and effective at increasing a person’s overall health and well-being. Yoga instructors and students alike will often talk about phrases like “being in harmony with oneself and surroundings” and indeed this is a primary goal of Yoga. It assists to achieve a unity of body, mind, and spirit in a oneness with the world around us. Yoga will teach a person to stimulate internal organs including the likes of the prostate.

Which is practically never exercised by any other discipline. It will teach you to apply pressure to glandular areas of the body and it will combine this with meditation. And this also includes breathing techniques that will grant you the ability to turn your concentration inward to examine your feelings and thoughts.

Is Paddle Board Yoga the latest fitness trend?

There are a number of different aspects of Yoga, but one of the most appealing is that this is a set of exercises that anyone can enjoy and benefit from. It does not require any expensive equipment or a special setting, it can be practiced by anyone, man or women, rich or poor, young or old, healthy or ill. Perhaps it’s the greatest appeal has always been that it is a set of beneficial exercises that anyone can do at any time and in any place.

https://www.monstersandcritics.com/list/living/types-of-yoga/Non-vegetarians can join a class but they will be advised on the correct food to eat to achieve results. Stand-up paddleboard yoga to give it its correct name provides fun whilst aiming to improve balance, focus and core strength. Beginners start by … 21 amazing different types of yoga

 

Now I’m not into water sports. Or should I say that I’m not a fan of the open water? The closest I’ll go is a swimming pool. Lol So with that being said, I am into Yoga. And I came across some pretty interesting information. Paddle Boarding + Yoga. Well, it seems cool. Especially for all, you water sports lovers.

Before I go, for anyone who is a bit more traditional like me this is my most favorite DVD’s….check them out and Namaste 🙂

 

 

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