Yoga and physical health. Photo by:
Yoga and physical health. Photo by:

Exercise, Learn Yogo, Find out how to Mediate, and Explore the Different Dimensions of YouTube

YouTube, a company owned by Google, has no timeline for profitability. Despite not turning a profit as a business, they have created a widely known platform to produce and consume content on.

Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube, spoke at the Fortune Most Powerful Women summit in Laguna Niguel, California in mid October 2016.


“We are still in investment mode.” Susan Wojcicki

YouTube was founded in 2005, and twelve years later the company is still in investment mode. That is impressive for a long-term plan. As for a short-term investment, I see YouTube to have already provided payback in several avenues.

One of them is sharing personal issues, and helping others with their problems. At times, commenters may create stress, but overall, I see YouTube commenters to be supportive when the content is compelling.

Next, I want to look at ways that YouTube can enhance personal health.

Below is a YouTube clip featuring DPP Yoga with Diamond Dallas Page. His ability to tap into yoga moves, and his motivating personality creates for an above par yoga experience.

DDPTv DDP Yoga on The Doctors

YouTube provides a large selection of mediation music to listen to during downtime at home. Just minutes into listening users can experience a decrease in blood pressure and stress.

It is important to work on the mental part of the body along with the physical and spiritual.

With relaxing videos to browse over featuring Celtic music, sleep music, Tibetan mediation, and many others.

Exercise and continue to work on personal health everyday.

3 Hour Zen Meditation Music: Nature Sounds, Relaxing Music, Calming Music, Healing Music, ✿071C

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.