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Naked Yoga Provides Health Benefits for Body and Brain

Practicing yoga in the nude can be extremely liberating and now a recent article suggests that being naked has health benefits for body and brain. Many cultures - going back to the ancient Greeks and Romans - embraced the bare-all attitude to exercise and enjoyed communal nudity as they drank, dined, read books, watched theatre and argued politics.
Nowadays, nudity is only connected to sexuality, negating the positive effects on the epidermis, the senses and neuro-intelligence. We were born free and pediatricians agree that infants thrive with 'naked time' because the unrestricted range of motion aids in brain development, stimulating neuron growth. Neuroplasticity experts today believe that everything that can happen in a young brain can happen in an older brain as well and imply that 'naked time' is equally valuable for humans of any age.
Many podiatrists advise going barefoot as the sensation in the sole of the foot entices the brain into growing efficient neuron connections.
I always encourage openness, acceptance of feelings and expressions of energy. As the clothes come off, students trip off layers of protection and masked identity to meet on a level of equality. Naked Yoga brings a greater level of awareness and sense of freedom inspiring a more mindful and connected practice. With the added benefit on body and brain, is the future going to be all naked?
By doing Naked Yoga you can recharge the body, update the mindset and celebrate life!
Yoga enthusiasts often turn to the exercise as a way to free their minds, but some are now seeking to free their bodies' as well — from clothes, that is.
Yes, going au naturel is the latest yoga trend. And while being naked around other yogis might sound more anxiety-inducing than stress-relieving, those who've done it say it can boost self-confidence and help people to accept and celebrate their bodies.
Shedding one's clothes brings a new level of honesty and authenticity to yoga — an authenticity that can sometimes get lost in the fashion and branding surrounding yoga.
And the practice helps people let go, offering freedom from the constraints of life, which might include your job.

Some might feel self-conscious at first & may undergo a metamorphosis of sorts, a change only made possible by baring it all.

Why yoga?
Yoga has countless benefits. You can start with yoga to become more flexible and strong. You may find that you sleep better. That you are more concentrated at work.

As soon as you start practicing regularly you will probably notice the changes.
The effects of yoga on your life
• Better focus at work
• Improved sleep
• Decrease back pain
• Personal growth
• A calmer mind
• Enhanced athletic ability
• Spiritual growth
• More energy
• Happier mood
• Become fully aware
• Balanced mood
• Toned body
The science of yoga originates from the culture around the Indus-Sarasvati river in India more than 5000 years ago, and is elaborated in classical writings.Patanjali’s experiences are collected in the Patanjali sutras, dated between 200 BC and 200 CE. These writings include the description of Patanjali’s eightfold path. Another fundamental text is the 15th century Hatha Yoga Pradipika. This text is based on older Sanskrit texts and Yogi Swatamarama’s yoga experiences. It includes topics such as shatkarma, asana, pranayama, chakras, kundalini, bandha, kriyas, shakti, nadis en mudras.
anda Yoga Vedanta Centres and Swami Satyananda – of the Bihar School of Yoga, and Swami Satchidananda – of Integral Yoga.
The Eight folded path of Yoga
The ultimate connection is reached through concentration and meditation. Patanjali describes Raja Yoga as the process of reunification with the Devine through the Eightfold Path of Yoga, which consists of:
• Yama: socio-ethical precepts
• Niyama: personal ethical disciplines
• Asana: body postures
• Pranayama: breathing exercises
• Pratyahara: withdrawal of the senses
• Dharana: mental concentration
• Dhyana: meditation or uninterrupted mental focus
• Samadhi: union with the Supreme through deep meditation

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