I’m not saying that you shouldn’t take care of yourself. I think it is important to eat well, get plenty of sleep and exercise regularly. That said, there are many benefits to yoga that go beyond just physical health—mental health benefits include an elevated mood, improved clarity of mind and enhanced self-esteem. Yoga can help reduce stress levels for those who practice. The costs associated with injuries sustained while practicing the poses are often less than other forms of therapy or surgeries needed by people suffering from lower back pain or knee problems due to overuse or repetitive movements in their jobs (like lawyers). And if none of these points resonate with you yet, then maybe this will: When was the last time you heard about a yoga injury? How about legal malpractice claims brought against attorneys for overtraining themselves after returning from vacation? Yoga doesn’t mean giving up your career; it means finding balance between your work life and your personal life so that both flourish simultaneously!
Yoga Poses for Lawyers
A common question posed during my public presentations regarding how best to do yoga is “How would I know what pose(s) would be appropriate for me as a lawyer?” My answer has always been this: As long as each posture feels good when done properly—and even better after being done correctly several times—there should be no problem combining multiple poses into sequences throughout the day to build strength without building bulkiness at all