Yoga

Yoga – A Essential Part Of Ayurvedic Life

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Yoga - A Essential Part Of Ayurvedic Life     Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’ and also from root ‘Yujir’ meaning to unite or integrate.This union refers to the union of Jeevatma and paramatma i.e., the union of individual consciousness with the cosmic or divine consciousness.   Yoga is skilful trick to calm down the mind....

Simhasana

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Simhasana   Simha means lion. This is the pose of roaring like a lion. Steps Sit in Padmasana. Put your knees on the ground and lean on your hands, face towards the Sun, the waist bent down­ward, open your mouth and let the rays of the sun enter it, take out your tongue fix your eyes on tip of...

Sarpasana

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Sarpasana   The word sarpa means snake. Lie down on your stomach keeping your face downwards. Stretch your body with heels and toes joined to each other. Catch the wrist of your left hand with your right hand on back. Now raise your neck and legs in such a manner that body lies mainly on the...

Why Yoga ? How Important It is ?

Why Yoga
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Yoga is the science which deals with gaining intellectual balance in happiness and misery and gaining theability to think and act.   A Brief History About Yoga History always helps to understand the subject more accurately. Here also it is helpful to consider the social, religious, mechanical and spiritual status of that time, when yoga originated. In Patanjalis, yoga...

Pavanmuktasana

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Pavanmuktasana     Steps ™Lie down on your back and stretch both your legs. Now leaving the left leg stretched on the ground bend your right leg at the knee and bring the bent knee near the chest. Now inhale and press your bent legs towards the chest. Keep the breath full in your belly and go...

Specific Feature of Yoga Postures

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Specific Feature of Yoga Postures   Following Points are to be Remembered,   Yoga postures are to be performed in a slow, steady and rhythmic manner. All the jerky and hurried movements of body and limbs should be avoided. They should not be performed laboriously by stretching one beyond limits, but should be done with least amount of efforts. Yogasanas...