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Risky Yoga
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June 4, 2011 - 11:58 pm
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Have you ever heard about the new trend of exercise and body relaxation known as suspended yoga? Risks and dangers such as falling down and breaking your bones or neck are very possible. The objective of this is similar to the traditional form, which is working out your body and mind to stay healthy and strong.

However, the difference is that it's applied upside down through the help of a soft stretching fabric which is hanged on the wall or ceiling. It also combines the elements of inversion therapy, aerial strength and movements training for a full mind-body workout. Holding the inversions and mastering the co-ordination required takes effort and time since your body needs some time to get used to it.

Once your body begins to adapt, you will feel much more energetic since your muscular and skeletal systems do not feel tense and restricted. You will also find that you're mind will be calmer and sharper, allowing you to make better decisions quicker.

It's still considered relatively new, but more and more yoga instructors are offering it at their yoga studio and yoga classes. You can strengthen your core muscles as you twist and arch from one particular pose to another. As you stretch, you do not have to worry about experiencing strains and pains on your lower back due the fact that the fabric holds your body weight partially. Moreover, it enhances your body alignment and mobility. It improves blood flow as well as spine alignment.

Apart from that, it is also known to be able to boost your digestive system and other excretory organs to dispose away waste and toxic more efficiently. As you practice more, the chances of you falling ill are reduced significantly.

Beginners or inexperienced practitioners should never be perform it alone without a yoga teacher around to supervise. This is because it is not like traditional exercise where the pose and instructions can be followed easily. There is much potential for injury if you consider falling.

Classes offered by are usually very affordable. You can also request for a private yoga instructor to drop by your home at a set schedule if you have problems going to the class or if it's too far away. If you are suffering from arthritis or fibromyalgia, you should definitely consider this form of yoga as way to cure it gradually. Young people should also pursue this type of yoga as a way to build up their confidence and energy as well as their resistant to illnesses.

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