With the importance of mental health and mind, body, and spirit in pursuing holistic wellness, which is gaining more significance in our current world, it is essential to incorporate a meditation practice within your routine fitness regimen. It means, for instance, that you can relax and read without having to worry about messages on your smartphone. It is also possible to take in the beautiful panorama right in front of you without doing anything else.
Studies have proven that teenagers and children too who exercise Pilates can concentrate more effectively on their studies with higher concentration levels.
The reason pilates studio in Bangalore is believed to be a mindful exercise is the focus on breathing. The Lateral Breathing method that we teach and use ensures that every movement is carefully, purposefully connected to either the exhalation or inhalation and requires them to focus on what the practice is doing to the body.
Furthermore, since it is directed by instruction, it is impossible to disengage from the events of education or class.
There is a misconception that mindfulness is only done by sitting cross-legged in a closed-eye position and chanting or meditating. I believe that watching your breathing, synchronizing your body’s movements to it, and attempting to feel the breath’s movement through your body could be as beneficial, even if not even more.
Have you noticed the improvement in your concentration levels through regular exercise in Pilates? I’d love to know if you’ve used any other strategies to boost your mental well-being.