Fusion Yoga: Top 4 Benefits You Will Gain from its Practice

Whether you’re a long time yoga fan or looking for new ways to spice up your workout routine, fusion yoga is great place to start. Fusion yoga is a form of training that combines yoga poses with other exercises such as Pilates, dance, kickboxing – the list goes on…

It is becoming increasingly popular among those who enjoy the relaxation and strengthening benefits of yoga whilst also looking for the added intensity that cardio-centric exercises provide. By itself, yoga is great for your body and mind, it helps strengthen muscles, whilst helping your mind unwind. Fusion yoga includes all the benefits of yoga and more, making it a great workout to build muscle, stamina and enhance your immune system. Continue on for Fusion Yoga: Top 4 Benefits You Will Gain from its Practice!

1. Variety of Exercises

Fusion yoga can be considered a ‘boosted’ version of a usual yoga routine. Combined with different types of workouts, there are a wide range of exercises to include which reduces the monotony of a workout session and keeps you from getting bored. Why not try out this full body yoga fusion HIIT workout above which will help you build strength, mobility and flexibility with no equipment needed?

2. Improved Flexibility & Balance

Yoga poses can help enhance flexibility, as they are held for several rounds creating a deep, conscious connection with muscle tissue, allowing the muscle to relax whilst you go deeper into the stretch, leading to true and greater flexibility.

The transitions between fusion yoga movements promote greater balance. Different poses target specific groups of muscles, helping to tone muscles in the upper and lower body.

Practising 15–30 minutes of these mixed yoga moves each day can make a big difference in enhancing performance by increasing flexibility and balance. These can, in turn, help reduce anxiety and keep you grounded.

3. Improved Cardio & Lower Blood Pressure

Practising yoga fusion training regularly can improve your health in numerous ways. Cardiovascular exercise lowers blood pressure and slows down your heart rate, contributing to improved heart health, whist also improving blood flow and lowering bad LDL cholesterol.

Many of these yoga exercises help flush the lymphatic system, getting rid of toxins from the body and reducing body-wide inflammation.

4. Increased Mind-Body Connection

Needless to say, the mind and body are closely interconnected with each other, and blending yogas can increase awareness of this connection.

Certain yoga poses, like forward bends and inversions, tend to promote a quiet, introspective, yet fully harmonised state. Holding these poses, allows you to focus on how your body feels, giving less attention to your thoughts and being more present within your body.

Tried blending yoga with other exercises yet? What routines work best for you, and what are some of your favourite yoga poses? Let us know in the comments below, and join in the conversation on FacebookTwitter & Instagram!

Shayo Audrey

Shayo is currently a 2nd year Psychology student at Warwick University, who is hoping to pursue a Masters in Nutrition. She is very passionate about health, the food we eat, and the link between physical and mental health. Her aim is to work in the nutritional field, combining nutrition with Psychology, focusing on how diet can impact mood, and behaviour, as well as the human body.

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