To me, it’s always been more of a way to deal with any harm done to me, mentally speaking. It helped me relax. Of course, there are certain figures that may end up being harmful to your muscles if done too soon. I believe one needs to find balance between the comfort and relaxation that yoga provides, and the progress one wishes to make wether it is in being mindful or being more flexible. Balance is key.
If you should start doing yoga you should do it either in the morning or at nigh.
But generally speaking, yoga is a great way to move, stretch, and strengthen your body. Many practices of yoga emphasize mindfulness as you move, connecting your mind and body. It can be a wonderful practice, just make sure you go into it with clear expectations and knowledge. Don't push your body past what it's capable of!
Also yoga gives you strenght and relaxation.
I think it's good for your body.
Yoga is very useful for our body and brain.
Yoga is good for bones too ( i think).
Streching and relaxing our body at same time fells Like mirecle.
It is also the definiton of yoga
So then, unless you have a specific disease or injury or characteristic that stops you from doing yoga, yoga is not harmful.
I do have an injury in my wrist, so if I do yoga I modify or skip poses that put pressure on my wrist. It’s about knowing your body and what is safe for you.
-Oatmeal with fruits and nuts
-Eggs and toast
-Eggs any way you can think of
-Yogurt with fruit and nuts
-Or, if I’m late, just 2 seasonal fruits
My partner is Syrian so;
-Pita with olive oil and zatar, hummus, labneh, olives, and usually we slice up tomatoes and cucumber
-Scrambled eggs with garlic and tomatoes
-if late, bread with hummus
We eat the same thing just showing some options
As for yoga, yoga itself is not harmful, and generally considered low-risk. However, yoga can be triggering when we have trauma stored in our bodies. Also, anything can be harmful when done in the wrong way or in the wrong amounts. Try to find a yoga teacher who can ensure your safety, even if that’s following a YouTube video.
Personally, I find yoga triggering andI have steered clear of practicing yoga for years. That’s okay I have other things in my life yoga doesn’t have to be for everyone. After all, my Indian friend tells me “yoga” marketed in the US is so warped from the original practice.