Yoga for all, goodbye stereotypes

Usually, when we see images of the world’s yoga tend to show skinny girls and muscular men doing different poses.

it Is very easy to attach a yoga mat to a body type (thin, fibrous, without any fat, with meshes that adapt perfectly to the curves, etc…), but what if in the queue of the yoga class we find someone of “size” or that does not fit in these canons the yogi’s ideal?

At first it may seem strange to see people with overweight performing routines of yoga, since we are used to see the advertising that sells us the world of the wellness with their girls and boys with zero percent fat by doing exercises that appear to us as a work of art with those bodies. However, the yoga as a style of life, do not set status to no to practice.Neither the size nor the age or physical condition is an impediment to start receiving benefits that Yoga brings to our life.

Every day there are more people who decide to try a yoga class, either by medical advice, to seek a more balanced lifestyle or just curious. Whatever the reason to start, yoga is becoming part of the daily routine of a society in which comes to us very well work with the acceptance personal, and the balance between what we are and want to become.

this personal acceptance and get feel good with our body, as we are in the present moment, discussed the proposals of the teachers of yoga which, being very far from the image we all have of the practitioners of yoga, you have to teach a yoga without limit of size, and adapted to the personal conditions of each student.

Under the tag #YogaForEverybody or #SelfLovingYogis, among others, we find a gallery huge of photos of yogis that defy the stereotypes that we tend to accept as the image “ideal” of those who practice this discipline.

here are some of the photos that already have many “I like” on Instagram and teach us how to letYoga is for everyone!

in Addition, many of the accounts on instagram belong to teachers of yoga with extensive experience, offering personalized and tailored classes to “big sizes and different physical conditions”, something that in my opinion is essential in our days, in which take into account the diversity and the individuality of each person is an approach that must form part of all offers in the world of wellness, and that is, we have the physical condition that we have, we can all find a way to connect with our body and we feel better about ourselves/themselves. is So you have no excuse to not enjoy the benefits of yoga!

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the View Web page Big Gal Yoga

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you See the Web page of Dianne Bondy

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you See the Web page of Jessamyn Stanley

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See the Web page of Annie Carlin

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do You dare to try?