Canadian Clinic In Cap Cana
FREE Yoga Class

Monday, October 11 at 7:00 pm

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Our New Clinic in Cap Cana has been open for a couple of weeks. We have had a chance to meet many of you in person. If you haven’t still come by to see our brand new clinic, we would love to see you. We are offering a FREE Yoga Class with a renowned yoga practitioner Marja Garcia, in our beautifully set up Yoga room In addition to the relaxing yoga class, we will also be offering FREE  BMI and BP check to make sure you are on a path of health and wellness. Offer only available to first 10 participants who sign up. 

 

Please email at info@vitalitymdclinic.com or click the button below.

All Yoga Classes will run Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00 pm

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Beach at Sunset

Physical Benefits

1. Muscular Strength

When practiced on a regular basis, Hatha Yoga asanas or poses help improve the core strength of the body. All the muscles present within the body get a complete workout. When the muscles are strong, one does not face difficulty performing routine activities like climbing the stairs or as simple as bending to pick something. Hatha Yoga helps in strengthening the spine and improves its ability to a great extent.

 

2. Balance and Posture

Hatha Yoga asanas work on the entire body, especially the spine. Through practice, one learns how to balance both hands and feet at the same time. When the entire body is aligned, one does not lose balance during the practice. Further, the chance of injuries is reduced as well. Regular practice of the postures helps in erecting the spine and correcting the posture.

 

3. Cardiovascular Health

Hatha Yoga involves practicing different movements of yoga at a slower pace. Diverse asanas combined with relaxing breathing techniques help the practitioner lower the blood pressure of the body and thereby calm the nervous system. The practice of specific asanas helps in reducing the heart rate. People who have earlier suffered a stroke or hypertension benefit the most out of the practice of Hatha Yoga.

 

4. Calms Nervous System

The controlled postures involved require the practitioner to move from one asana to another in a gentle movement. The breathing technique is slow and systematic while the body of the practitioner stretches with every movement. When practiced in totality, it helps to calm down the nervous system of the body.

 

5. Boosts Immune System

Hatha Yoga is a therapy for the body. Regular practice of asanas helps in reducing high blood pressure, lowering down the cholesterol, levels of blood sugar, and also triglyceride levels. It alleviates the stress hormones present in the body as well. The technique of controlled breathing helps in easing the heart palpitations. By improving the balance of the body, Hatha Yoga asanas relieve the symptoms of arthritis in patients. It is the best practice to boost the immune system of the body.

Mental Benefits

1. Happy State of Mind

It is important to calm the mind to negate emotions like irritation, anger, jealousy, and frustration. By practicing different asanas of Hatha Yoga combined with pranayama, the practitioner gets a holdover of the mind and its emotions or feelings. It helps reduce the stress involved in routine activities. Hatha Yoga helps in pacifying the mind and the train of thoughts, eventually making the person tranquil and bringing him to a state of happiness.

 

2. Positive Attitude

The basis of Hatha Yoga is developing a positive attitude. Without the same, it is difficult to learn the techniques involved. By practicing different asanas on a regular basis, the practitioner learns to balance the body. This helps in improving concentration and focusing on the positive aspects of life. The body suffers both physically and mentally on a constant basis. Hatha Yoga heals the body and the mind by transforming the outlook towards the sufferings.

 

3. Being in the present

when the person practices different movements involved, he stills the mind while focusing on the present moment.  The thoughts of the person slow down and he experiences the stillness of the moment. He realizes that he is in the present practicing the asana.

 

4. Restful Sleep

Hatha Yoga practice helps in cultivating peaceful thoughts. This results in the acceptance of the present state of being. Practitioners experience a reduction in routine stress and attitude of positivity in daily activities. Both the physical movements and still mind contribute to deeper and restful sleep. This ultimately results in the revitalization of the body.

 

5. Overall Health

People who practice Hatha Yoga experience stronger immunity. It helps in improving the lifestyle of the practitioner, better food choices, a disciplined cycle of sleep, and a reduction in stress. The body is less prone to infections and diseases. Hatha Yoga also helps in burning calories and improving the flexibility of the body. The skin of the practitioners goes through positive transformation. It helps in slowing down the aging process while toning the skin and preventing acne breakouts. Hatha Yoga helps the body and skin absorb the nutrients effectively and thereby improve the flow of blood. To sum up, Hatha Yoga helps in establishing a harmonious balance between body and mind.

What is Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is a combination of two words where ‘Ha’ stands for the sun and ‘Tha’ stands for the moon. This means Hatha Yoga is the Yoga of Balance. It balances the energy of the sun and the moon in the body. In Hindi, Hatha also means force, hence, Hatha Yoga is also considered as the Yoga of activity. While practicing Hatha Yoga, one needs to master a set of physical postures known as yoga asanas along with several breathing techniques known as pranayama. These postures are practiced slowly staying still, focusing more on the art, as compared to other forms of yoga.

 

Benefits of Hatha Yoga

The practice of Yoga has taken the world by storm. People all over the globe are learning this art to stay healthy, fit, and happy as well. Further, there is an increasing inclination towards Hatha Yoga wherein the focus is not just on one’s health but also on the awakening of the energies residing within the body. Basically, Hatha Yoga represents the physical postures of yoga but also helps in revitalizing the mind.