Anny A. Noratto

Yoga instructors have modifications for seniors. They use a chair, walls and props, among others, for better poses. Anny A. Noratto, Registered Yoga Instructor with AN Yoga Movement, explains some yoga benefits and she gives some tips for people who start practicing it. Acroyoga is a practice that involves yoga’s principles such as breathing, acrobatics and massages. Anny A. Noratto, Registered Yoga Instructor with AN Yoga Movement, explains acroyoga helps to face fears and achieve confidence. Meditation brings body-mind balance and it improves health. Meditation helps to gain a new perspective, manage stress, increase self-awareness, reduce negativity and build patience and tolerance, explains Anny A. Noratto, Registered Yoga Instructor with AN Yoga Movement. There are many types of meditation such as grateful meditation, mantra meditation, breathing meditation and mindfulness meditation. Anny A. Noratto, Registered Yoga Instructor with AN Yoga Movement, says she prefers breathing meditation and also talks about the challenges of people who start practicing it. People always practice meditation before yoga, because it’s important to cultivate awareness to achieve a healthy mental state. Anny A. Noratto, Registered Yoga Instructor with AN Yoga Movement, explains everything affects the body so it’s important to step out of thoughts living the moment. Yoga brings people into a special place. Anny A. Noratto, Registered Yoga Instructor with AN Yoga Movement, says yoga can give people the opportunity to evaluate their emotional and spiritual states and she gives some recommendations for achieving that. Yoga builds strength, increases flexibility, promotes balance, improves stamina and fosters mindfulness. Anny A. Noratto, Registered Yoga Instructor with AN Yoga Movement, explains yoga brings balance between the body and mind and has a lot of benefits.

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