Commonly asked questions about Yoga – WorldOfSpiritual

Dear friends, I invite you all today to come and read some of the most frequent questions asked concerning yoga and its daily practice as well as lifestyle.  For any more questions you have or wish to ask, feel free to contact me on my social media pages or comment down below!



Here are the most commonly asked questions about Yoga:

1. Do I need to be flexible?

Of course not! If you are a beginner looking for some good yoga practice to start with, a good beginner’s class is ideal for you. Most people believe that yoga is all about being flexible, and that is not completely true. We all start from level zero on anything we do, and gradually with time, and right practice can achieve the goals we want. Being flexible for yoga is much more essential when it’s advanced –  if your goal is to be advanced in yoga then you may push yourself to become more flexible with some specific exercises and classes. If your goal is to just enjoy your time during practice and fully relax, then there is no need to worry about being flexible!

2. How often should I practice to get the best results? 

To be able to get your goal achieved and best results, the minimum amount of practice is at least three times a week.

3. Where do I start from if I want to start Yoga?

There is no specific level where you have to start from when it comes to Yoga – anyone can do it! As long as it brings you muscle relaxation, mental peace and a smile on your face then you are good to go! The best thing to do when you want to start Yoga is to find any yoga studio near you and try out a class. From then on you decide if you like it and want to continue!

4. Is yoga considered a physical exercise and workout?

It really depends on what you want to do with your own body. Yoga practice brings harmony, as well as muscle toning. If you feel this is enough for your body then that is perfect. If you feel like you need tone your body muscles just a bit more, or lose a little more weight, then the best thing to do is a any full body workout, followed by a short class of yoga to relax your muscles.

5. Can anyone do Yoga?

Of course! Anyone, at any time can practice yoga, however you want!

6. Why should I choose Yoga?

Yoga is a great way of letting go, relaxing and fully being intact with your mind, body and soul. Many of us tend to be stressed about a lot of daily things in life, and yoga can help you release those negativities. This is done in such a way –  during your practice, you think about only you and your body coming into one, and absorbing all the good energy around you as well as focusing on your breath and mind.

To read more about the benefits of Yoga, check out my previous blog post on 7 REASONS YOU SHOULD START YOGA


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