Is it possible to feel good at any age, or will the years take their toll? Of course, much depends on the lifestyle: mobility, activity, attitude. The whole experience that a person goes through is reflected in his appearance: for example, he is hunched over, squeezed, walking with his eyes down. On our face wrinkles are reflected in those places where we most often used the muscles.

So does it make sense to start doing yoga in old age if you haven’t done it before? We firmly believe that it is never too late to take care of yourself and make life better.

Much can be said about the benefits of yoga for the elderly: the practice returns joint mobility, improves blood circulation, normalizes blood pressure, and nourishes the brain. As a result, a person begins to feel healthier, he has a “second wind”. Yoga can revive the taste for life, bring back a sense of joy and satisfaction.

By the way, older people are distinguished by a measured pace of life, so concentration – an integral part of yoga – is easier for them than for young people whose energy is overflowing.