Rania Nassar

Practicing yoga is to fall in love with taking care of yourself mind, body and spirit.
Yoga isn’t a religion. It’s a science of wellbeing, of youthfulness, a science of integrity body, mind and soul.
Most people have no idea how good their body is designed to feel so be the energy you want to attract, relax and breathe.
The nature of yoga is to shine the light of awareness into the darkest corners of the body…
If you want to turn yourself around to reach your best version, try gratefulness it will change your life mightily.
Yoga’s incorporation of meditation and breathing can help improve a person’s mental well-being. Regular yoga practice creates mental clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress patterns; relaxes the mind; centers attention; and sharpens concentration.
Yoga gives you the tools to help you change, and you might start to feel better the first time you try practicing. You may also notice that the more you commit to practice, the more you benefit. This results in three things: You get involved in your own care, you discover that your involvement gives you the power to effect change, and seeing that you can effect change gives you hope…

Physical and mental benefits
* Increased flexibility.
* Increased muscle strength and tone.
* Improved respiration, energy and vitality.
* Maintaining a balanced metabolism.
* Weight reduction.
* Cardio and circulatory health.
* Improved athletic performance.
* Protection from injury.
* Manage symptoms of insomnia
* Lower stress hormones in our bodies while simultaneously increasing beneficial brain chemicals like endorphins and GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). These feel-good chemicals help decrease anxiety and improve mood.
* Relieve depression.
* Reduce stress.
* Ease anxiety. Yoga can improve anxiety. The breath training included in yoga may be especially effective, as there is a relationship between anxiousness and breathing problems.