Prince Charles never ceases to amaze us. Apart from his love for nature, his incessant desire to protect the environment and the way in which he tries to encourage the consumption of organic products, now the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth takes another step towards such a millenary discipline as is yoga.
Carlos overcame the coronavirus in the first stage of the pandemic / Gtres
In a recent digital intervention during a symposium on yoga and health after the coronavirus, the Prince has assured that “Physicians should work together with specialists in complementary health care to build a roadmap to hope and healing after illness.”
The heir maintains that “this pandemic has emphasized the importance of preparedness, resilience and the need for an approach that addresses the health and well-being of the whole person as part of society, and that does not focus only on the symptom”. In this regard, Carlos considers that the practice of yoga plays an essential role: “therapeutic yoga, based on evidence, can contribute to health and healing. By its very nature, yoga is an accessible practice that provides practitioners with ways to manage stress, build resilience and promote healing, ”said the Duke of Cornwall.
Prince Charles is a lover of nature and the most alternative disciplines / Gtres
For Carlos de Inglaterra, teamwork is essential: “when we work together with a common interest, we can build on the ideas of others and, perhaps, build a roadmap towards hope and healing”. The Prince has insisted on the devastating effects of the pandemic, but has also highlighted the ability to overcome the human being, especially at the time when he feels accompanied and supported.
The son of queen elizabeth feels very fortunate to have been able to overcome the disease, which he contracted early in the health crisis: “it seems that I have gotten away with it, unfortunately this is not the case for millions of people in the UK and around the world . “
The heir is already vaccinated despite having had the virus / Gtres
Prince Charles is not the only member of the royal family to practice yoga on a regular basis. Also his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall has said on occasion that thanks to this discipline he is “more flexible”, while Prince William has been seen on occasion making positions. Even Meghan Markle, long before becoming one of the Windsor clan, practiced yoga routinely, since her mother, Doria Ragland is an instructor of this type of exercise. In an interview before the pandemic, the heir to the Crown said that “yoga had beneficial effects on both the body and the mind and that it helps to develop discipline, self-reliance and self-care.”