People come to yoga for many different reasons: to achieve flexibility, to build strength, to improve balance, to reduce stress, and to relax. Yoga unites the mind, body, and spirit while engaging in physical activity, and it is often used therapeutically. It helps you become more aware of your body’s posture, alignment, and patterns of movement. It makes the body more flexible and may help you unwind after a stressful day. Yoga combines both stretching and breathing techniques. Normally yoga classes are accompanied by music and may be practiced in a group setting led by an instructor, although yoga can be done solo and without musical accompaniment. Participation in yoga is done with the goals of preventing illness and improving current levels of fitness. Formal yoga classes are often taught with different modifications to allow varying intensity and complexity so attendees can select the level that matches their current fitness level.
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