It’s pretty common knowledge that exercise makes you feel good. When you move your body, your brain releases feel good hormones that affect your mood and your mental state. At Mind to Body yoga studio in Mississauga, we love hearing our clients share their commitment to a healthy lifestyle and how they keep their bodies moving and staying active. And while we have nothing against running, spinning or other types of exercise, we’re happy to share with you that yoga triumphs over the rest when it comes to making you feel good.
Sleep is a key factor in achieving overall good health. If you aren’t well rested, chances are you’ll have a much harder time making healthy food choices and attending fitness and yoga classes regularly. At our yoga studio in Mississauga, we offer classes such as warm candlelight yoga as an opportunity to wind down and get your mind and body ready for sleep. If you struggle with falling asleep at night or wrestle with insomnia, incorporating certain yoga poses into your nightly bedtime routine can not only help you fall asleep, but help you achieve a high quality, restorative sleep too.
Can you think of a recent time when you’ve had a moment of complete quiet or when your mind has felt calm and clear? Not easy to do, is it! Most of the time, all of our senses are overloaded. Just about everywhere you look there are lights, sounds, movements and smells tugging at us and forcing our minds and bodies to process things at a very quick pace. The vibrant city of Mississauga is ripe with exciting activities but don’t forget about the local resources that can help you bring balance to your life – Mind to Body Yoga in Mississauga is one of those places!
Thankfully the days are starting to get longer and there should soon be more sunshine to enjoy. But that doesn’t mean that cold and flu season is behind us just quite yet. This time of year has many people trying to figure out what will keep them healthy and how they can avoid getting sick. At Mind to Body, we run many different yoga classes in Mississauga during this time of year as we know the benefits yoga offers when it comes to warding off illness.