Yoga Lessons State College PA

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Central Pennsylvania School of Massage Inc
(814) 234-4900
336 S Fraser St
State College, PA
Industry
Health Spa, Massage Practitioner, Physical Therapist, Yoga Instructor

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Movement Arts Studio
(814) 237-0037
140 Kelly Aly
State College, PA
Industry
Yoga Instructor

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Yoga in State College
(610) 780-9821
220 A. S. Allen Street
State College, PA
Yoga Styles
Heated Hatha Yoga

Insight Natural Health
(814) 237-4005
Estate Drive
Boalsburg, PA
 
East Coast Health & Fitness
(814) 234-9400
250 W Hamilton Avenue
State College, PA
 
East Coast Health & Fitness
(814) 234-9400
236 W Hamilton Ave
State College, PA
Industry
Yoga Instructor

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The Yoga Village
(814) 321-3309
201A Elmwood St
State College, PA
Industry
Yoga Instructor

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Center for Well-Being
(814) 237-3042
PO Box 644
Lemont, PA
Yoga Styles
Iyengar Yoga, PreNatal

Movement Arts Studio
(814) 237-0037
140 Kelly Aly
State College, PA
 
Lotus Center Yoga
(814) 231-0111
129 S Pugh St
State College, PA
 
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Ten Good Reasons to Practice Yoga

  1. Yoga is not just for athletes, popstars and supermodels! Yoga is for everyone: young or old, male or female, healthy or sick. Yoga can always be adapted to your individual needs, whatever your circumstances.
  2. Even if you are facing many challenges in life, it is easy to start doing yoga and you will experience instant benefits, such as stress-relief. Furthermore, once you begin to practice regularly, yoga will help you to live your life with renewed positivity and enthusiasm.
  3. Yoga is safe. Where other forms of exercise might put a strain on your heart, muscles and joints, yoga, practiced properly (with awareness to your physical limitations), is a completely harmless form of exercise.
  4. Yoga needs no special equipment. While there are a few props that might make your practice more comfortable, the only thing you need in order to do yoga is you.
  5. Yoga both tones the respiratory system and helps you to breathe more fully, deeply and easily (thus increasing your oxygen intake), which in turn, will improve your physical and mental well-being.
  6. Yoga improves the efficiency of your body systems, aiding digestion, the assimilation of nutrients and the elimination of toxins.
  7. Yoga improves the quality of your sleep so that, when you wake up, you feel refreshed and full of vitality.
  8. Yoga gives energy and helps you to channel your energy effectively so that you don't waste it on tension, stress and negativity.
  9. Through practicing yoga techniques, you experience...

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