College can be such a stressful place, let’s face it, we’ve all had our fair share of mental breakdowns. Ever wonder what the solution is to ease this stress? Yoga.
Yoga is definitely not easy on the forefront. Especially if you lack flexibility. But, flexibility is always workable, especially with time.
Not only does yoga increase your strength and flexibility, it increases your mental health. Yoga is an activity that brings the physical and mental things in life, together, to achieve peace of mind.
Don’t hesitate to benefit your mental health, especially during ‘grind time’, in the semester.
Onata, your campus services providing app, is offering yoga. Yoga gives people the opportunity to relieve stress and anxiety in a peaceful manner. The importance of yogic postures is sometimes overlooked, but being able to work with a yogi one-on-one is very unique and certainly beneficial. Sometimes people feel awkward or uncomfortable if they lack skill, so being able to have the individual comfort is great.
Yoga is also an option for people who fear the gym. Rather than exerting your body and lifting the heaviest of weights, yoga is a relaxing exercise. Yoga has so many different health benefits, but two incredible benefits are: lowering your blood sugar and boosting your immune system functionality.
So, rather than staying on the couch, get out and do some yoga. Seek a yoga service on the Onata App, and start your healthy journey!
Here are some gigs you can seek (and provide) on Onata:
- Paid Volunteering/Tabling
- Snow Removal
- Graphic Designing
- Note Taking
- Music Lessons
- Screen Repair
- Move-in/Move-out help
- Personal Training
Onata, an ecosystem for campus services helps students on campus seek services they need from other students on campus. You can use Onata to book services like cleaning, graphic designing, note taking, carpooling, etc. during Halloween and around the year. Download the Onata app today!
The Onata app is live on university campuses in the state of New Jersey. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be a part of Onata.
If you love the idea of Onata and do not see a reason why it should not be a part of your college life, write to email@example.com to help Onata make life easier for you and your peers on your campus.