Yoga is amazingly therapeutic and can do wonders for the body.
Making time for your zen is not only relaxing, but can also be a great alternative to more high-intensity exercise throughout the week.
Regardless of what type of yoga practice you incorporate into your daily routine, you’re bound to lose yourself in the calming wonder.
When you start sweating during practice—especially in a bikram (or “hot”) yoga class—it is imperative that you focus on a clean environment. The first step is purchasing your own yoga mat as opposed to using the mats at the studio. Next, making sure that your yoga mat is cleaned on a regular basis should be a priority.
In order to keep your immunity up throughout the year, and especially during the colder months, it is crucial to maintain good hygienic practices. Staying clean and eating nutritiously are key components of boosting your immunity, but your environment can make or break you when it comes to immunity.
Your sweaty gym clothes and yoga mat are likely dirty and filled with germs. In order to avoid getting sick, carrying a portable disinfectant spray in your gym bag can seriously make a difference in keeping clean.
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*This article was originally published on Miracle Essential Oils.