Why yoga and physiotherapy combine so well.
Exercising is healthy and can be done in lots of different ways. One form of exercising that fits everyone is yoga. Now don’t go imagining the stereotype of vague people, incense, singing dolphins and laughing Buddha’s right away. But think of an ancient knowledge about motion and energy that is practiced by millions of people around the world. There are a lot of different kinds of yoga that vary in approach, difficulty and intensity. It’s important to pick a form of yoga that suits you.
We started cooperating with ‘Yoga Health center Delft’ since October 2014. Rene Janssen, yoga teacher and owner of the center says: “I think it’s important to listen to your body and take good care of it. Yoga is an excellent way to focus on your body in a healthy manner.”
Yoga exercises affect all parts of your body: they strengthen the muscles, joints and tendons. They also affect your organs, glands and nerves. Yoga helps prevent or decrease both physical complaints (for example tension in your neck, headaches and hyperventilation) as well as mental complaints (like sleeping disorders and anxiety). Sometimes tools are used during yoga class (like blocks, blankets) in order to help you correctly perform a yoga position. This way everyone is able to join the class, regardless your flexibility or age.
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