Yoga Meditation Benefits Balance, Strength And Peace of Mind

There are many yoga meditation benefits that are less obvious than physical health. Sometimes life just deals us a particularly difficult hand of cards to play. Having a sense of being centered within ones spiritual and physical person can help us play that hand of cards best. Ellie Chamberlain found yoga meditation to be a source of health and strength after her husband of 30 years passed away. Read more about some of Ellie’s experiences as written by Chava Wiebe for the Bellingham Herald.

Yoga Meditation Benefits Balance, Strength And Peace of Mind

In February, Chamberlain’s husband of 30-plus years, Bob, died after a seven-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Fortunately for her, her late husband’s three children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren all live nearby in B.C.

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Yoga meditation benefits combine to give balance for strength and a peaceful mind. Photo by Polka Dot Images c/o Photos.Com.

Important advice: A counselor at Alzheimer Society of Washington, a support and education group, offered this guidance: “Keep yourself healthy.”

Chamberlain took the advice to heart and began taking yoga classes more than two years ago. Yoga offered her a peaceful feeling and an outlet for stress, both especially helpful as she dealt with her husband’s illness.”Yoga was a holistic, physical and mental release for me during an incredibly difficult time,” she says.

Yoga also has helped Chamberlain improve her balance, flexibility and strength. “I’ve had balance issues that many people my age have, such as having to hang onto rails,” she says. “By stretching and keeping yoga a consistent part of my life, I’ve found my muscles don’t ache as much, and I have more energy. It motivates you to keep moving, and helps you keep a positive, healthy attitude.”

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There are indeed many yoga meditation benefits that can help us stay active and alive, even after serious setbacks. This isn’t all just about staying physically healthy, but also mentally and spiritually healthy, too. You never know what life will throw at you next, and it could come from any corner, so staying physically, mentally and spiritually fit will help us get the most out of every moment of time that we have in our lives.

Do you know someone who has gone through some difficult times recently, either emotionally or physically. Why not share this wonderful article with them, and leave us a comment below if you do. Let us know how everything turns out.

The word yoga comes from Sanskrit, the language of ancient India. It means union, integration, or wholeness. It is an approach to health that promotes the harmonious collaboration of the human being’s three components: body, mind, and spirit.

                                                                                                    — Stella Weller

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