Thursday, 13 May 2021


Paul McCartney, claims EYE YOGA helps his vision after first discovering the practice on a trip to India












Paul has claimed that eye yoga has helped his vision after first discovering the practice on a trip to India in the late 2000s.
Talking about the unusual form of exercise, Paul admitted that it can 'look a bit weird' but he is able to read the newspaper without glasses.

Speaking to Jessie Ware on her Table Manners podcast, Paul said: 'I learned off some yogi in India. He explained that your eyes are muscles. Your ears aren't, so you can't exercise your ears. But your eyes, you can.'

Explaining some of the exercises, Paul likened it to the Union Jack shape, he continued: 'So head still, and then you look up as far as you can, one, two, three, go back to the middle, then down, back to the middle.

'You do three lots of that then go to the left and the right. Now you've got a cross, up and down, and sideways, now you do the diagonals.'
Talking about how eye yoga has helped his vision, Paul added: 'It all makes sense. I don't know if that's why I don't need glasses when reading a newspaper.'

The musician also revealed that he created eye yoga instructions for a friend's daughter, which 'improved her eyesight', and stopped her from getting glasses 'for a few years'.  
To which Jessie attempted the practice with Paul joking: 'Anyone looking through the window would think we're mad. It's a seance! It can look a bit weird.'

This isn't the first time Paul has praised eye yoga and in 2009 he said, according to the Mirror: 'When I was in India there was a guy at one of the hotels who offered to teach me eye yoga exercises.

'He told me eyes are muscles are just like any other muscles and they need exercise to keep them working properly.

'Spending so much time at computers or the TV or reading books we are only using one set of muscles in our eyes. The yoga gives a workout to the other ones.' 


👉All that you need →  HERE   


No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...