It's understandable that you would worry about what to get dad for Father's Day. The wrong gift can send the wrong message. If you give him a shirt, he may think you don't like the way he dresses. If you give him a recipe book, he may wonder if you like his cooking. But if you take him to one of your local Dahn Yoga centers, the message should be clear: This is your day, and I want you to relax.
After all, a little relaxation may go a long way. According to psychologist M. Mala Cunningham, Ph.D., yoga may actually be good for the heart.
"After 12 weeks, you may see a dramatic increase in exercise functionality, and blood pressure and cholesterol levels may decrease," Cunningham said, as reported by the American Heart Association.
Furthermore, yoga may help improve lung capacity, circulation, muscle tone and stress management.
So what better way to celebrate Father's Day than to help the Old Man balance life fitness? Letting him know that you want him around for a long time is a loving gesture.