Whether you’re a complete beginner or you want to try this system, here are some things to consider:
1. If you’re starting out, please be aware that Yoga might not be what you expect based on how it's commonly portrayed. It’s a very practical system and without practical experience you won't know what it is and what it can do for you. If you’re not a beginner, equally approach Raja Flow Yoga with an open mind.
2. Yoga is not only for perfectly healthy people, who are born with the body of a gymnast or for those who are naturally flexible. Give it enough time and dedication and you'll see how things change.
3. Both people with various conditions or injuries who were new to yoga and established yoga practitioners who have been injured by an incorrect yoga practice, have found great relief in this system. You're in good hands.
4. Yoga is a discipline that covers all aspects of being human. You will be surprised what you will walk out with if you venture far enough. Increased strength, flexibility, better sleep, a quieter mind and better overall health are not even the tip of the iceberg: all that is simply you spotting the tip of the iceberg in the distance - and with binoculars.
5. Yoga has proven to be one of the best antidotes to stress, which suppresses the immune system and renders people more vulnerable to diseases of all kinds. Who doesn't need Yoga, then?
6. Yoga works systematically to re-organise the activities of the mind in this era of distraction and it will help you focus on being more present. More easily said than done if one doesn't have a regular practice, true that, but without some effort and consistency not much can be gained in any area of life. Unless you have a magic wand, that is.
7. Yoga is an effective tool to help you stay calm during waking hours and find proper rest at night, when your rest/relaxation patterns are compromised by the ways of modern living. Life is beautiful! Nonetheless we found a way to make it harder than it should be.
8. Yoga is a science that should help you connect with nature and find inner peace. Not all Yoga out there does and nature is intended in the broad sense, as in 'everything that exists'.
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