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Yogasanas and Pranayama

YOGASANAS AND PRANAYAMA Suryanamaskara, Matsyasana, Bhujangasana, Dhanurasana, Ushtrasana, Shavasana, Ujjai, Kapalbhatti, Bhastrika, Omkar, Jalaneti, Sutraneti and Kunjal processes are of benefit. ADVANTAGES OF SURYANAMASKARA IN ASTHMA Suryanamaskara allows the development of lungs. By this process, lungs become wider, bronchial tubes develops and oxygen is breathed in bigger proportions. As the smallest bronchial tubes and blood…

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Types of Yoga

  1.Hatha Yoga The term Hatha Yoga has been commonly used to describe the practice of asana (postures). The syllable ‘ha’ denotes the pranic (vital) force governing the physical body and ‘tha’ denotes the chitta (mental) force thus making Hatha Yoga a catalyst to an awakening of the two energies that govern our lives. More…

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YAUGIC TREATMENT

You should consult a Yoga teacher having full medical knowledge as well as consult a doctor before starting experimentation with Yoga science or healing of diseases. There is a big center in northern India at Udhampur for training of officers of army One of the senior army officer, who works hours together on typing machine…

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Do Attend to these items

1. Yoga-abhyas should not be carried out haphazardly like an indisciplined man. Do not imitate like monkeys. 2. Breathing should, throughout Yoga-abhyas, be attentively carried out normally through nostrils. 3. At the end of a set of different Asanas, perform Shavasana or Makarasana which gives relaxation. 4. One should not perform Asana in such a…

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Yoga Advantages

If one ruminates over the word Yoga one can definitely create a feeling that Yoga is a helpful element. One can derive this understanding from the following: 1. Yoga strengthens voluntary and centrally motored muscles, the working capacity increases. Muscles become more efficient and get more endurance power. 2. Along with better working capacity of…

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What is purpose of Yoga ?

In Raghuvansh, poet Kalidas says “Sarir madh yam khalu dharmasadhanam“. That means for acquisition of Dharma or performance of duty, first and foremost importance is given to body. Shruti completes the previous saying. Shruti says that dharma, artha, kama, moxanam, arog yam mooluttama. That means to attain the ultimate goal of human life which is…

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What is Yoga ?

What is Yoga? The common meaning of the word Yoga is to join. This word is derived from the Sanskrit element . One would normally believe hanging with head down is Yoga but this is not correct. A bat remains hung with head down every day through out his life but we do not say…

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