By Kiro Guirguis |Staff Writer|
Yoga is a peaceful and relaxing method that teaches meditation through the use of aesthetic poses and stretches that can be used throughout the day.
Yoga classes are now available for students and faculty in the Student Recreation Center Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 205.
Classes are held at noon for more advanced participants and later at 4 p.m. for those who are new to yoga and would like to participate in a slower paced class.
Coyotes can take advantage of the physical and psychological benefits of yoga once or twice a week.
The physical, mental and spiritual effects of this activity will have a positive impact on one’s overall health and well-being.
Classes are taught by instructor Bien Fule-Ver who has been participating in and teaching yoga classes for over nine years.
His dedication to the art creates a warm and welcoming feeling to all those who attend his classes.
Yoga is a great way to stretch and release all the negative energy that we carry with us throughout our everyday lives.
In this sport, participants can learn new techniques and strategies to isolate muscles and develop lung strength.
With two convenient class sessions offered twice a week, students can utilize their time in between classes, work, and studies to unwind from the stresses we face in our daily lives.
The class is not just limited to stretching and holding uncomfortable poses.
Yoga deals with breathing techniques and strategies designed to strengthen endurance and form muscle memory.
“Yoga is a fun way to remove all the stress and toxins that we all carry every day. After class I drive home feeling completely relaxed and stress free,” said student Cynthia Luna
Fule-Ver helps students relax and meditate while calmly talking students through various stretches and poses.
All exercises are designed to help develop muscles, texture, and tone.
The activity is designed for personal growth and an overall goal of physical and mental well-being.
The main goal and focus is on yourself and no one else.
The soothing music and atmosphere can help students forget about the everyday struggles and challenges we all face and focus on oneself and well-being.
“Taking an hour out of your schedule and focusing on yourself for a little every day is not only rejuvenating but one of the most important things you can do for yourself, It becomes a lifestyle and you will find yourself wanting to participate more and more” said Fule-Ver.
Being able to have a little bit of physical activity in your daily routine will be able to help you develop better habits.
Anyone can incorporate yoga into their schedule whether they make it a daily routine or only a few times a week.