|Most people experience an injury at some point in their lives. It either happens while playing sports, putting shopping in the car or when standing up in the wrong way. Injuries are a part of life, but it turns out that yoga is one of the most powerful tools to help remedy these injuries.
|Morning routines are especially important in the current situation around the world, with many people staying at home to keep themselves and others safe. Even if you wouldn't normally work out at home (or at all), being sedentary for long periods of time can cause many physical issues such as feeling tense or even mental health issues such as a lack of energy or even feeling anxious or down.
|The history of yoga can be traced back to ancient times in India (around 5,000 years ago!) which makes it an enduring form of exercise for the mind and body. The practice of yoga has persisted through the years and has made it's way into mainstream health and fitness practices of the present.
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