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An Easy Way to See Just How Much Yoga Has Changed You

Some of the changes you see after a few weeks (or months! or even years!) of doing yoga are pretty obvious: one day you can get into a new pose for the first time or you can hold a harder pose for, like, way longer. But what about the other ways yoga changes you? And how can you track your progress in other ways that aren’t just physical?

No matter if you’re practicing at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level, you ARE progressing with each yoga session you do. And this infographic from Healthline (check out their whole awesome Definitive Guide to Yoga here) is such a great way to help you track just how your practice is changing you. Sometimes the changes are subtle, but if you’re looking for them and are open to them, you’ll see them inside and out!

Definitive Guide to Yoga
Healthline’s Definitive Guide to Yoga

How has yoga changed your life? I don’t know about you, but when I leave a yoga class I feel GREAT. Almost like I’ve gotten a massage. And those benefits? Well, it’s certainly cool to know that they go way off the mat — and not just in the hours directly after a good yoga sesh! —Jenn

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  1. The more yoga practice you do in postures and breathing techniques such as pranayama, the more benefits you receive. Good yoga practice promotes forced, gradual progress rather than immediate gain, and this way of moving is both helpful and harmful.You will feel an increase in mental and physical energy, an increase in attention and enthusiasm, and less negative feelings after you enter into a routine of yoga practice. Regular yoga exercises reduce stress and body-wide inflammation, which contributes to a healthy heart. By combining the yoga-calming aspects such as pranayama and meditation with active yoga practice, the body and its systems get better circulation and reduced stress levels, which can help reduce diseases such as acne and eczema.

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