The Benefits of a Yoga Practice

We should all have access to yoga no matter the body form, age, gender or physical flexibility since yoga is the unification of the body, mind and spirit.  

Practicing yoga daily provides benefits, including:

  • Alleviate insomnia
  • Posture improves
  • Lower blood pressure

  • Immunity improves
  • Learning efficiency improves
  • Reaction time improves

Yoga may also reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, boost memory, and improve well-being. Additionally, practicing yoga with others in a group class is a great way to meet friends while improving one’s social adjustment abilities.  Achieve holistic wellness, encourage spiritual growth, and improve functional fitness  through yoga and nutrition.  

Meditation

If you want inner peace then train your brain muscles to be stronger.  A health mind and body brings inner peace.  Come just as you are and leave in the best version of you. 

Yoga Styles

Carol teaches the following types of yoga:

Hatha Yoga

This is a classical form of yoga that dates back centuries, and it is a foundation for many modern styles of yoga. Hatha yoga incorporates postures (asanas), breathing and breath retention (pranayama and kumbhaka), and meditation.


During a Hatha yoga class, Carol will guide students through a series of asanas. She may ask them to hold poses for a certain amount of time, depending on their skill and fitness level.


Hatha is a great yoga style for beginners and experienced yogis alike. Carol will teach the fundamentals so that students can reap the benefits of Hatha, such as improved strength, flexibility, and mental clarity. More experienced yogis will find that a class with Carol can help them broaden their practice.

Restorative Yoga

Yoga practitioners who are feeling stressed by the demands of a busy world should consider restorative yoga. It’s a modern form of yoga that involves postures held for several minutes. Props, such as pillows and blankets, are used to support the body comfortably in seated and reclining postures.


The purpose of restorative yoga is to release tension and stress from the body and mind. By holding a pose, a practitioner is able to focus on breathing and relieving stress.


A restorative yoga practice is very accessible. It’s excellent for people with disabilities, as well as individuals who live fast-paced lives and wish to slow down physically and mentally.

Important Disclaimer

The Yoga Temple LLC is not a medical organization. Don’t consider any information displayed through this presentation as medical advice or diagnosis. Also, please note that results from using The Yoga Temple LLC’s program are not typical and may vary between different members due to differences in individual exercise history, genetics, age, sex, personal motivation, and other factors. Clients of The Yoga Temple LLC should always consult a physician or qualified healthcare practitioner before embarking on a new treatment, diet, or fitness program.