1. Swimming is a meditation in motion, Yoga in water[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
2. Swimming and Yoga are both arts about breathing and grabbing control over your breath.[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
During swimming, the gravity of your body and the water-resistance won’t allow you to emerge above the surface as long as you can.
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Here is a tip to utilize your swimming time to a full extent.[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
Slowly exhale as you trickle the air through the nose underneath the water, and when your mouth is exposed to the air, take a deep, sharp breath, take in air as much as possible, and as quick as you could.[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
Despite the inadequate timing for inhalation, take a gulp of air down just leads to shallow breathing and subsequently insufficient oxygen delivery, you should avoid gulping.
What you should do is make the inhaling so deep that you can feel the fullness in your lungs.[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
3. Your fight or flight mechanism is triggered by the underlying danger of being drowned. Thus, the mind goes into survival mode.[dt_gap height=”20″ /]
4. Your mind is at its full alertness.
A state of mindfulness where you can monitor every emerging thought is created naturally.
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Next time you dive into the water, pay attention to what you feel in your body, blow away your panic
This yoga in the swimming pool provides you a moment with yourself. This real enjoyment of life can help you find out more about yourself, about the world around you.