If you’re a passionate yoga practitioner, you’ve probably noticed some yoga benefits. But if you’ve ever tried telling a newbie about the benefits of yoga, you might find that explanations like “It increases the flow of prana” are kind of complicated to understand. Doing yoga it’s an opportunity to listen to your body in a profound way, it’s the best way to connect to your breath, pacing, and internal rhythms, it improves your flexibility, regulates your adrenal glands, lowers blood sugar and a lot more. The ultimate goal of yoga is to help the individual to transcend the self and attain enlightenment. Yoga is not a religion; it is a way of living that aims towards “a healthy mind in a healthy body”.
One of the toughest things when starting a yoga class is what types of yoga clothes are you supposed to wear? Paying attention to simple details like which yoga clothes to wear helps to keep this time focused on what is most important – the yoga. Yoga is definitely not black and white, but comfort and fit are key so you can focus on doing the poses instead of futzing with your outfit.
There are hundreds of stores and online providers that sell yoga clothing. Today I tested the slimming Capris from the Canadian label Lapasa and I would say that I highly recommend them to do yoga. Designed to stays put during exercise, these pants won’t ride up or fall down. They are good day to night, tuck into boots, wear with casual or athletic footwear, and they also have waistband hidden pocket. Lapasa’s prices are affordable, the slimming capris goes from £9.95 to £14.95
My suggestion when you want to buy yoga clothes? Choose the ones that suit your personality and style, but most importantly choose what is comfortable.