Is yoga always good?

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<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = ""No, we can hurt ourselves", Frédéric Choukroun, yoga teacher, trainer, founder of Espace Bikram Paris, 7, rue Meissonier, Paris 17th. "Behind yoga there is a discipline, a modus operandi that makes it effective and useful. If we move away from its foundations, we enter the sport, and we are exposed to injury. Sport uses the body in a quest for performance. Yoga, not at all. Today in fashion, we tends to practice it by forgetting the basics, the alignments, and it becomes dangerous. In the United States, we see a lot of cervical trauma. I advise you to build your practice in the long term, with a teacher who understands your body, wears you and gives you keys to progress and get to know you better; the essence of yoga."" data-reactid = "16">"No, we can hurt ourselves", Frédéric Choukroun, yoga teacher, trainer, founder of Espace Bikram Paris, 7, rue Meissonier, Paris 17th. "Behind yoga there is a discipline, a modus operandi that makes it effective and useful. If we move away from its foundations, we enter the sport, and we are exposed to injury. Sport uses the body in a quest for performance. Yoga, not at all. Today in fashion, we tends to practice it by forgetting the basics, the alignments, and it becomes dangerous. In the United States, we see a lot of cervical trauma. I advise you to build your practice in the long term, with a teacher who understands your body, wears you and gives you keys to progress and get to know you better; the essence of yoga."

<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = ""Yes, if you listen to your body," Jessy-Jane Marchetto, yoga teacher. "If one practices in conscience, by engaging one's muscles and one's breath, yoga can unplug the mind, stop thoughts that turn in a loop. If the mind wanders, we do not hold the posture, or we get hurt. Being regular and benevolent with his body, we can only progress. Years after starting, we are still surprised to go further. It is not a story of competition but of victories over oneself. Gradually accessing certain postures that initially appeared impossible to do is gratifying. Bringing us out of our comfort zone, yoga (…) "data-reactid =" 17 ">"Yes, if you listen to your body," Jessy-Jane Marchetto, yoga teacher. "If one practices in conscience, by engaging one's muscles and one's breath, yoga can unplug the mind, stop thoughts that turn in a loop. If the mind wanders, we do not hold the posture, or we get hurt. Being regular and benevolent with his body, we can only progress. Years after starting, we are still surprised to go further. It is not a story of competition but of victories over oneself. Gradually accessing certain postures that initially appeared impossible to do is gratifying. Bringing us out of our comfort zone, yoga (…)

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