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The Art of Yoga & It's Focus on Breathing

December 08, 2018 1 min read

Yoga first developed in India as a spiritual practice, but it is now used by millions of people around the world for a variety of health benefits. The slow and gentle stretching techniques used in Hatha Yoga emerged in the first century AD. Deep and slow breathing is key to yoga because it promotes mindfulness and keeps the body relaxed for the deepest stretches.

Less Stress

The combination of mindfulness, proper breathing and stretching has been shown to be very effective at reducing stress. Both emotional and physical symptoms can be lessened with a regular yoga practice. Careful breathing encourages better blood flow through the body, loosening tense muscles and encouraging healing where injuries have occurred.


Many athletes are surprised to find how difficult some of the poses can be, especially when you have to keep breathing deeply while twisted up. Yoga practice can complement other training methods and provide greater flexibility and even some increased muscle strength. Training your lungs to take in more air with each breath will definitely improve your endurance during challenging sessions.

More Energy

Since yoga reduces stress and increases stamina, many practitioners also find that they have more energy for everyday tasks. This is especially true for people who find relief for chronic pain through their practice.

Better Breathing

The O2 Trainer is designed to be used during any kind of exercise, including yoga. The lightweight device will help you ensure each breath is full without distracting you from the poses or the wonderful stretching feeling.