Improve your wellbeing with yoga

Did you know that traditional beliefs suggest that yoga can give us more energy, stop cravings and even fight illness? It has some surprising benefits, and can be adapted to suit everyone.

If you’re worried about not being flexible enough, you don’t need to be. Some of the postures can seem complicated or scary, but every move can be modified or simplified.

Why not have a look at our new series of yoga videos, or find out more about the benefits of yoga in this handy blog post?

Yoga practice 1

Did you know that yoga can help you sleep better, give you an energy boost and stop cravings? It’s not just about flexibility and stretching! It also improves both physical fitness and mental wellbeing.

Give it a try with the first in a new series of yoga videos featuring some of our Help for Heroes beneficiaries.

Yoga practice 2

Working on your flexibility when you're stiff is like working on your strength when you're weak - it's tough, but if you work at it, you'll be better for it. Some of the postures can seem complicated or scary, but every move can be modified or simplified.

See how much better you can feel with the second in our series of yoga videos, and get the tools you need to be calmer, healthier, and more resilient.

Yoga practice 3

In our third yoga practice video we take you through a variety of different positions that cater for a full yoga sequence, and an adaptive sequence.

You will continue to feel the benefits with our third series of yoga videos.

Click here to see how we can help you improve your wellbeing.

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