Furthermore, Yoga adds to your understanding of life and alters
your perspective of life. After starting the practice of Yoga
people find themselves assuming up broader roles in life. Yoga
helps them know who they are, how life works, so on and so forth.
You start to see things differently, with less confusion, more
clarity. Through the practise of Pranayama and Meditation, Yoga
helps improve mental health. It results in greater peace of mind,
improved overall health, more keenness for life, and an
ever-growing sense of internal well-being.
As you progress in the practice Yoga, the benefits start to
manifest of their own accord. The sense of feel-good that
enshrouds you is so natural and so genuine; it goes all the way to
the core of your being. Everyone likes to feel good, have more
peace of mind, be joyful, peaceful, animated and calm. There are
no 2 ways about this.
Two major benefits of Yoga are prevention of illness and
maintenance of overall health and fitness. Another benefit
includes muscles flexibility, supple joints, a relaxed and
tension-free mind and efficient working of the vital organs such
as the heart, lungs, endocrine glands, liver, pancreas as well as
optimum balance between the various functions, such as
neuromuscular coordination, etc