Definition of "Yoga" Yoga is a mental and spiritual sport that aims to integrate the mind and body into a homogenous unit that is suitable for all ages. It does not use any sports equipment. Its origin dates back to India 5000 years ago. It was introduced by the West in the 19th century. But it has nothing to do with religion and is not bound by any laws. It may be difficult to exercise initially but with time and exercise and repetition become very easy and achieve the desired benefits in a way that reflects positively on the health and shape of the individual Benefits of Yoga: Yoga has many benefits for the body and the mind summarized in two parts: 1: Physical benefits: It improves the overall health of the body, because it reduces blood pressure and helps in muscle flexibility and protect against arthritis, and helps to reduce body weight, as well as raise the efficiency of breathing, strengthen sexual energy, help in relaxation of muscles, the heart . 2: Spiritual "spiritual" benefits: contributing to the treatment of insomnia "lack of sleep", combat psychological anxiety and depression, improve memory and increase the concentration of the individual, as well as improve the mood of the person and increase the happiness and feeling comfortable, And aggression.