A beneficial break in Pokhara, relaxing yoga lessons under professional guidance, pampering food or nature walks. As we all know that “Health is wealth”. If you have health you have the most precious blessing in the world. Nowadays, tourists come to Pokhara to gain a quick spiritual enlightenment, as well as to the mountains. Meditation retreats and yoga centers aimed at foreigners have been established in big numbers in recent years.
Anyone can practice yoga. Any age, weight, gender, body size or type can benefit. Over-time and repeat practice, you begin to master a series of health and life-changing skills. Some sound simple and easy, but aren’t, others seem implausible, and possibly impossible but often reveal themselves to you over time. It is an inexpensive sport or hobby, or as some view it, lifestyle choice. Equipment needs are very minimal. The basics and core of yoga are its most essential elements. Breathe, concentrate on the practice and each position. Release other thoughts, cleanse the mind, release stress and your other cares of the day. Practice at least three times per week, and you will almost immediately begin to notice a series of differences in you.
Researchers have been studying the effects of yoga and meditation on stress, anxiety, and depression for decades, but a new study shows that these activities might have stress-busting benefits down to a genetic level. A recent study found that mind-body interventions such as yoga and meditation can counter changes in our DNA that cause stress. While the majority of research has focused on how yoga and meditation benefit our mental health. Typically, when we go through a stressful event, our sympathetic nervous system springs into action—triggering a fight or flight response. When that happens, genes are produced which create molecules known as cytokines, which then can lead to cellular inflammation. Over time this can cause health problems like depression, anxiety, and even cancer.