Slow Flow Yoga
Here at True Nature Wellness, we believe that yoga is for everyone. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced yogi, we have a class for you. One of our most popular classes is Slow Flow Yoga. In Slow Flow Yoga, students move at a slower pace and focus on linking breath with movement. This makes Slow Flow Yoga the perfect class for beginners or those seeking a more gentle practice. Despite the slower pace, don't expect this class to be easy. You'll still work up a sweat! Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of Slow Flow Yoga.
A Plethora of Physical Benefits
There are countless physical benefits that come from practicing Slow Flow Yoga. First and foremost, Slow Flow Yoga helps improve flexibility. Over time, your muscles will become more relaxed, and you'll notice an increased range of motion in your joints. Additionally, Slow Flow Yoga can help build strength, particularly in the legs and core. Don't be fooled by the slow pace, though. You'll definitely feel the burn before it’s all said and done!
Improved Balance and Posture
In addition to improved flexibility and strength, Slow Flow Yoga can also help improve your balance and posture. With regular practice, you'll notice that you stand a bit taller and that your overall alignment has improved. You may even find that aches and pains begin to fade away as your posture improves! Alternatively, if you already have good posture and balance, practicing Slow Flow Yoga will help you maintain those qualities.
A Meditative Experience
Yoga is well-known for its ability to calm the mind and relieve stress, and Slow Flow Yoga is no different. Because it focuses on linking breath with movement, Slow Flow Yoga helps bring awareness to the present moment. This can help clear your mind of any intrusive thoughts and encourage you to focus on the task at hand: your yoga practice. For many people, this is easier said than done. But, with regular practice, it will get easier and eventually become second nature.
The History of Slow Flow Yoga
Slow Flow Yoga is a relatively new practice, but it has its roots in traditional yoga. Like most types of yoga, Slow Flow Yoga originated in India. It began to gain popularity in the West in the 1970s and 1980s as more people became interested in yoga and its benefits. However, it wasn't until the early 2000s that Slow Flow Yoga became its own distinct practice. In the last decade or so, Slow Flow Yoga has become increasingly popular, and it shows no signs of slowing down!
Schedule Your Slow Flow Yoga Class Today
If you're searching for a more relaxing yoga class, Slow Flow Yoga could be exactly what you're looking for. With its focus on the breath and slower pace, Slow Flow Yoga is the perfect way to unwind after a long day. Schedule your class online today! We look forward to seeing you on the mat!