Yoga uses controlled breathing, meditation, and a series of poses to improve the health of your body and your mind. Taking a yoga class a couple times a week or using a streaming service to bring a yoga teacher into your living room every few days reduces stress, lowers your anxiety, and improves your blood pressure.
In short, yoga helps your heart. Here’s how.
Find Yoga Classes in Your Area
If you are not a fan of going to a class, YouTube has a variety of instructional videos.
Find a Primary Care Doctor
Find the resources and care you need to keep your heart healthy at Providence. Search for a doctor in our regional directory or find a location near you:
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