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Yogo Is a Trend Worth Following

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So is Yoga a trend worth following?

It’s no secret in the world that almost 90% of stress that’s from any young adult goes through comes from college. May it be from not getting enough sleep, worrying about that test you weren’t sure you studied enough for or worrying if you have enough money to pay for your books. No matter how you look at it, college is just straight up stressful in almost any aspect. So you, the UB student, might be asking yourself just how can I stay stress free? Or at least take a moment to have some peace of mind? What may just be the answer is taking a Yoga class!
Historically speaking, Yoga is thousands and thousands of years old. It started out as very much in the underground scene but in the last 10 years or so it’s had an incredible influence in culture as well as the young and old crowd. What makes this so popular is that Yoga is not for the purpose of outward expression but rather a tool for inward focus and realizing one's true essence and becoming at peace with your mind.
So ask yourself, is this right for you? I suppose you can only truly answer that question if you experience it yourself and if there is a glimmer of pleasure, go in that direction! Go until you build a wonderful experience. Find out what options are out there, and then investigate for you. You be the judge. We all must judge for ourselves, but first stack the evidence in favor of continuing the experience or not.

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