Breathe Easier With Yoga

We regularly sing the praises of spas that incorporate fitness options for visitors (here and here) and yoga is a popular choice, for good reason. New research from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Department of Pulmonary Medicine and Sleep Disorders, found yoga practice improves lung function for COPD patients, those suffering from chronic bronchitis and or emphysema, an estimated 24 million Americans. COPD is primarily caused by cigarette smoking and has no cure. Though, with this new research your spa’s yoga classes, physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation, could make a huge impact on their quality of life and prove a business-boosting addition.

What other benefits do you promote to encourage clients to participate in yoga and fitness classes?

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