Science is starting to provide some concrete clues as to how yoga works to improve health, heal aches and pains, and keep sickness at bay. Once you understand them, you’ll have even more motivation to step onto your mat, and you probably won’t feel so tongue-tied the next time someone wants Western proof.


The movements of yoga will carve out a long, strong, and confident body.

Improves your flexibility, Builds muscle strength, Perfects your posture, Prevents cartilage and joint breakdown, Protects your spine, Increases your blood flow, Ups your heart rate, Drains your lymphs and boosts immunity, Drops your blood pressure, Regulates your adrenal glands, Lowers blood sugar.


All those deep breath reset your mind back to its natural state: calm, focused, and sharp.

Helps you focus, Relaxes your system, Maintains your nervous system, Gives you peace of mind


All the focusing inward illuminates our behaviors and tendencies.

Makes you happier, Increases your self-esteem, Gives you inner strength, Benefits your relationships.


When your brain is on "yoga" your neurological system is brought back into balance and is conditioned to steer you naturally toward a healthy lifestyle.

Improves your balance, Founds a healthy lifestyle, 


When there is tension in the body and mind, your intuition gets buried and your body switches to survival mode. Your yoga practice makes peace in your body physically, release tension and calm your mind, making room for your intuition to float to the surface.


Creative juices start to flow when your body and mind begin to release mental blocks.


Yoga is the practice of getting connected. However you choose to view your spirituality, when you practice yoga, you remember that we are all connected to each other, to mother earth and  almighty father and to the universe.