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Yoga is a workout that has the ability to cater to different age groups. Even if you are a senior citizen in your 60s or 70s, yoga can still be customised for you. Although it may seem to be quite a challenge, and sometimes even painful-looking, looks can be deceiving. It is definitely never too late to start. One good example would be Cat Okano, who only started the practice at the age of 67. Initially he began the practice purely for health benefits. However, he has now incorporate it into his daily lifestyle.


“After yoga I always have a good feeling,” said Cat, who is now 73 years old. Melvin Brillantes, a yoga instructor at Paradise Fitness, stated that people of all ages are suitable for practicing yoga. He mentioned that yoga isn’t solely about twisting one’s body into strange shapes or standing on one’s head. Many people have the misconception that in order to start practicing yoga, one has to be flexible. The trick is to get into the right state of mind. Melvin also provided some simple advice for seniors who are looking for a relaxing way to improve their health.

Firstly, when it comes to health benefits, yoga has a lot to offer. The benefits ranges from improving mental focus and inspiring positive thinking, to combating stress, strengthening your body, and straightening your posture. In fact, doctors also recommend yoga to those above 50 as practicing it has the ability to lower blood pressure, ease pain, and improve balance.

Secondly, breathing is the first step that can help in losing those calories. This is the foundation of yoga and doing it properly can improve your health, physically and mentally. So even if you are unable to complete a pose, as long as if you are doing the breathing right, you’ll still be able to gain some benefits.

Lastly, here are some tips that could come in handy if you decide to take up yoga. Always remember to wear comfortable clothes for your practice. If you can, try to purchase your own yoga mat, so that you can practice at home too. Start with thirty-minute sessions two to three times a week and work your way up to an hour per session. For the full article, you can read more here.

If you never take action, you’ll never know what yoga can do for you. So give it a shot as it could change your life for good! For yoga classes in Singapore, check out OMG Yoga for the various types of classes offered.

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