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    through yoga increase body and mind... According to Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois, Yoga is not only an external or physical exercise but it is an internal cleansing of your mind and body. Regular yoga practice not only gives you physical fitness but also provides you inner peace and inner strength. Yoga keeps your body away from all kind of diseases and keeps your mind away from all kind of dirty or harmful thoughts and all kind of mental stress. It gives inner peace and strength to your body and mind. Regular yoga practice helps you to explore more about yourself or about your body and inner- self. When you start yoga practice then you will get the true knowledge of yourself, about your body and mind and even about your every breath. You start thinking about your body and thoughts. It helps you to get control over your body and over your thoughts Yoga practice maintains the synchronization between your breath and your movement. It means yoga develops a kind of relation between your physical body and your breath. Practice yoga and get the true self- knowledge by exploring more about yourself. If you are a beginner and want to start yoga practice for internal cleansing then you must practice yoga under the guidance of experienced yoga gurus. To practice yoga under the guidance of expert yoga instructors such as Yogi Anand, Yogi Br. Gopal etc., then you can join 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Program (YTTC) which is conducted by one of the best and Registered Yoga School (RYS), Yoga Vedanta at Rishikesh- Yoga capital of the world. This training program is mainly for the beginners. Here you will get the chance to practice yoga under the guidance of experienced instructors and in the pleasant environment of Rishikesh. Peaceful environment of Rishikesh helps you more to get true self- knowledge. For more information about this yoga school, you can visit us at-http://yoga-vedanta.in
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    Yoga external physical exercise. According to Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois, Yoga external physical exercise but it is an internal cleansing of your mind and body. Regular yoga practice not only gives you physical fitness but also provides you inner peace and inner strength. Yoga keeps your body away from all Yoga external physical exercisekind of diseases and keeps your mind away from all kind of dirty or harmful thoughts and all kind of mental stress. It gives inner peace and strength to your body and mind. Regular yoga practice helps you to explore more about yourself or about your body and inner- self. When you start yoga practice then you will get the true knowledge of yourself, about your body and mind and even about your every breath. You start thinking about your body and thoughts. It helps you to get control over your body and over your thoughts Yoga practice maintains the synchronization between your breath and your movement. It means yoga develops a kind of relation between your physical body and your breath. Practice yoga and get the true self- knowledge by exploring more about yourself. If you are a beginner and want to start yoga practice for internal cleansing then you must practice yoga under the guidance of experienced yoga gurus. To practice yoga under the guidance of expert yoga instructors such as Yogi Anand, Yogi Br. Gopal etc., then you can join 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Program (YTTC) which is conducted by one of the best and Registered Yoga School (RYS), Yoga Vedanta at Rishikesh- Yoga capital of the world. This training program is mainly for the beginners. Here you will get the chance to practice yoga under the guidance of experienced instructors and in the pleasant environment of Rishikesh. Peaceful environment of Rishikesh helps you more to get true self- knowledge. For more information about this yoga school, you can visit us at-http://yoga-vedanta.in
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    YOGA: THE ART OF LIVING WHAT IS YOGA? The word “yoga” is derived from Sanskrit word “yuj”, which means union of the individual consciousness or soul with the universal consciousness or spirit. Yoga is a 5000 year old Indian body of knowledge. Though many people think that yoga is only a physical exercise where people twist, turn, stretch and breath in the most complex ways, these are actually only the most superficial aspect of this profound science of unfolding the infinite potentials of the human mind and soul. As Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar says, “Yoga is not just an exercise and asanas. It is th emotional integration and spiritual elevation with a touch of mystic element, which gives you a glimpse of something beyond all imagination.” BEGINNING OF YOGA The beginning of Yoga were developed by the Indus- Sarasvati civilization in Northern India over 5, 000 years ago. The word yoga was first mentioned in the oldest sacred texts, the Rig Veda. The Vedas were a collection of texts containing songs, mantras and rituals to be used by Brahmans, the Vedic priests. Yoga was slowly refined and developed by the Brahmans and Rishis (mystic seers) who documented their practices and beliefs in the Upanishads, a huge work containing over 200 scriptures. The most renowned of the Yogic scriptures is the Bhagavad-Gîtâ, composed around 500 B.C.E. The Upanishads took the idea of ritual sacrifice from the Vedas and internalized it, teaching the sacrifice of the ego through self-knowledge, action (karma yoga) and wisdom (jnana yoga). Modern forms of yoga have evolved into exercise focusing on strength, flexibility, and breathing to boost physical and mental well-being of humans. FACES OF YOGA One of the benefits of yoga is that you can choose a yoga style that's tailored to your lifestyle, such as hot yoga, power yoga, relaxation yoga, prenatal yoga, etc. Whether you prefer to practice at home, in a private session, while watching a DVD or at a studio or gym, there are a huge variety of options available to suit your goals and needs. If you're a yoga beginner, hatha yoga, which focuses on basic postures at a comfortable pace, would be great for you. If you want to increase strength through using more of your own body’s resistance, power yoga may be right for you. MORE ABOUT POWER YOGA Isometric exercises are one of the best ways to build core strength. Isometric, stemming from the words “same” and “length, ” simply translates to holding one position without moving. Power yoga uses isometric exercises along with other postures that are designed to make the core and back stronger. Flexibility and balance stem from your core, so it's important to train this area of the body. In turn, you can increase the strength and health of your entire body. Generally a high-temperature room is used in this practice to help keep the muscles warm and release additional toxins from the body. Types and styles of yoga · Ashtanga yoga · Bikram yoga · Hatha yoga · Iyengar yoga · Jivamukti yoga · Kripalu yoga · Kundalini yoga · Power yoga · Sivananda · Viniyoga · Prenatal yoga · Restorative yoga BENEFITS OF YOGA 1. Improves your flexibility Yoga improves the flexibility of your body the example of it is during the first class of your yoga practice you probably won’t be able to touch your toes . But if you stick with it, you'll notice a gradual loosening and the pain and ache of your muscles start to disappear. 2. Builds muscle strength Strong muscles do more than look good. They also protect us from conditions like arthritis and back pain, and help prevent falls in elderly people. And when you build strength through yoga, you balance it with flexibility. If you just went to the gym and lifted weights, you might build strength at the expense of flexibility. 3. Prevents cartilage and joint breakdown Each time you practice yoga, you take your joints through their full range of motion. This can help prevent degenerative arthritis or mitigate disability by "squeezing and soaking" areas of cartilage that normally aren't used. 4. Betters your bone health In an unpublished study conducted at California State University, Los Angeles, yoga practice increased bone density in the vertebrae. Yoga's ability to lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol may help keep calcium in the bones. 5. Increases your blood flow Yoga gets your blood flowing. More specifically, the relaxation exercises you learn in yoga can help your circulation, especially in your hands and feet. Yoga also gets more oxygen to your cells, which function better as a result. 6. Ups your heart rate When you regularly get your heart rate into the aerobic range, you lower your risk of heart attack and can relieve depression. While not all yoga is aerobic, if you do it vigorously or take flow or Ashtanga classes, it can boost your heart rate into the aerobic range. 7. Lowers blood sugar Yoga lowers blood sugar and LDL ("bad") cholesterol and boosts HDL ("good") cholesterol. 8. Helps you focus People who practice Transcendental Meditation demonstrate the ability to solve problems and acquire and recall information better. 9. Boosts your immune system functionality Asana and pranayama probably improve immune function, but, so far, meditation has the strongest scientific support in this area. Convert life into Yoga, so that you may ensure success in all the fields of activity. By regular practice, by using your presence of mind, skill and wisdom, you can become yogi and enjoy happiness and peace, whatever be the circumstances and conditions in which you are placed. Learn benefits of yoga by watching this video-https://youtu.be/vJhVMV6TRVo?t=102 So if you want to learn yoga by the best and experienced yoga Gurus you can join 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course(YTTC) which has been conducted by Yoga Vedanta at Rishikesh- Yoga capital of the world. To get registered in the 200 Hours YTTC of Yoga Vedanta or for more information you can visit us at- http://yoga-vedanta.in/
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    PRACTICE ASHTANGA YOGA WHAT IS ASHTANGA YOGA? The Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga codified and popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century which is often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga. Ashtanga means eight limbs or branches, of which asana or physical yoga posture is merely one branch, breath or pranayama is another. Both Pattabhi Jois and Sharath Jois, his grandson, encourage practice of Ashtanga Yoga - all eight limbs. The first two limbs - Yamas and Niyamas - are given special emphasis to be practiced in conjunction with the 3rd and 4th limbs (asana and pranayama). Ashtanga Yoga is is a highly structured vinyasa-style class. There are five Ashtanga asana series and each student must master every pose of the first series before moving onto the second series. The first series begins with ten sun salutations (five A and five B), continues with a series of standing poses done on each side, and finishes with a set of inversions and seated poses, which are linked by a vinyasa sequence. According to sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras, Ashtanga is the path of internal purification for revealing the universal self, and consists of eight spiritual practices namely- Yama or moral codes Niyama or self-purification and learning Asana or proper posture Pranayama or control of breath Pratyahara or control of sense Dharana or focus Dhyana or meditation Samadhi or absorption into the Universal If you want to learn yoga under the guidance of experienced yoga gurus as Yogi Anand and Yogi Br Gopal you can join 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Program (YTTC) which is conducted by one of the best and Registered Yoga School (RYS), Yoga Vedanta at Rishikesh- Yoga capital of the world. This training program is mainly for the beginner’s. Here you will get the chance to practice yoga under the guidance of experienced instructors and in the pleasant environment of Rishikesh. For more information about this yoga school you can visit us at- http://yoga-vedanta.in
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    BHAKTI YOGA (THE PATH OF DEVOTION) Bhakti Yoga is one of the four main yogic paths to enlightenment. It means “Devotion” or “love” and this path contains various practices to unite the bhakta (Bhakti Yoga practitioner) with the Divine is known as Bhakti. Bhakti Yoga is considered the easiest yogic path to master mind, body, and spirit. It is the most direct method to experience the unity of mind, body, and spirit. The path of Bhakti yoga is developed through a variety of activities. These include mantra meditation or the chanting of the names of God. The chanting is done either individually on beads (japa) or in a community by chanting mantras accompanied by music (kirtan). The study of sacred texts such as the Bhagavad-gita and Srimad Bhagavatam, associating with like-minded spiritual aspirants, eating sanctified vegetarian food, and living in a way that upholds the principles i.e. truthfulness, mercy, austerity, and cleanliness, are all core practices for a life of the follower of bhakti. What is Bhakti Yoga? Bhakti Yoga is a Sanskrit word; Yoga means union. The only English word that can do justice to the word "Bhakti" is perhaps "Universal Love" or "Divine Love." Bhakti is not what we do or have but what we are. And waking up to realize that - is Bhakti Yoga. A realization that everything is the Supreme Consciousness, nothing else exists. Losing the sense of separateness from that all-pervading Power, losing the identity that is defined by the world, and merging, diving into the vast, endless ocean of a throbbing, all-encompassing Infinite Love. Bhakti Yoga is the lively feeling of oneness with that Spirit. Yoga is the only way to connect your soul with the God. This can only be possible when you practice yoga in a peaceful environment without any distraction. If you want to practice yoga in a pleasant and peaceful environment of Rishikesh then you can join 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Program (YTTC). It is conducted by one of the best and Registered Yoga School (RYS), Yoga Vedanta at Rishikesh- i.e. Yoga capital of the world. This training program is mainly for the beginners. Here you will get the chance to practice yoga under the guidance of experienced instructors and in the pleasant environment of Rishikesh. Thus for more information about this yoga school, you can visit us at-http://yoga-vedanta.in
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    Yoga Asanas Poses And Postures Yoga Asanas is not about just standing on your head means yoga is not only about learn different Yoga Asanas poses and postures it is about to increase your Yoga Asanas physical and mental strength. Yoga gives a perfect posture to your body. "Yoga is not just physical exercises, It's emotional integration, spiritual elevation, with the touch of a mystic element, which gives you a glimpse of something which is beyond all imagination." ~Sri Ravi Shankar Yoga is a complete science; it unites body, mind, and spirit and also the universe. It brings peace and bliss to every individual. It also creates a significant difference in one’s behavior, thoughts, and attitude. Daily practice of yoga increases our tranquility, sensitivity, intuition, and awareness. What is yoga asanas? Our mind is like a pendulum; swinging from past to future, regret, and anger to anxiety and fear, happiness to sorrow. It is ‘Yoga asana’ that enables us to maintain equanimity. Yoga asana is not a mere workout or exercise! As described in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra -“sthira sukham asanam”–it means Yoga asana is a balance of effort and ease. We give effort to get into the posture and then we relax. Yoga asana brings that balance in every aspect of our life. It teaches us to put effort and then let go, gets detached from the result. Yoga asana increases our physical flexibility and expands our mind. Yoga has to be done with the breath, and with awareness. When we lift our hands for yoga, first we become aware of the arm and then we slowly lift it, synchronized with the breath. It is as graceful as a dance, gliding into one posture from another. The key is to stretch a little more, in each asana, than what we are comfortable and then relax and let go. This little effort to take the body beyond its agreeable limit expands our mind. Another Yoga Sutra by Patanjali says “prayatna shaithilyaananta samapattibhyam”–Again it reiterates the same philosophy. Give effort and then let go and by doing so Infinity dawns in our awareness, our awareness expands! some more Yoga Asanas Poses And Postures:- 1. Standing yoga poses: English Name Sanskrit Name Standing Sideways Bending One arm Konasana Sideways Bending Using Both arms Konasana 2 Standing Spinal Twist Katichakrasana Standing Forward Bend Hastapadasana Standing Backward Bend Ardha Chakrasana Triangle Pose Trikonasana Warrior Pose Veerabhadrasana or Virabhadrasana Standing Forward Bend with Feet Apart Parsarita Padotanasana Tree Pose Vrikshasana Reverse Prayer Yoga Pose Paschim Namaskarasana Eagle Pose Garudasana Chair Pose Utkatasana 2. Sitting yoga poses: English Name Sanskrit Name One-Legged Forward Bend Janu Shirasasana Two-Legged Forward Bend Paschimottanasana Upward Plank Pose Poorvottanasana Sitting Half Spinal Twist Ardha Matsyendrasana Butterfly Pose Badhakonasana Lotus Pose Padmasana One-Legged Pigeon Pose Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana Camel Pose Ustrasana Child Pose Shishuasana Mill Churning Yoga Pose Chakki Chalanasana 3. Lying down on stomach yoga asanas: English Name Sanskrit Name Side Plank Pose Vasisthasana Downward Facing Dog Pose Adho Mukha Svanasana Dolphin Plank Pose Makara Adho Mukha Svanasana Cat Stretch Marjariasana Bow Pose Dhanurasana Cobra Pose Bhujangasana Sphinx Pose Salamba Bhujangasana Superman Pose Viparita Shalabhasana Locust Pose Shalabasana 4. Lying down on back yoga asanas: English Name Sanskrit Name Boat Pose Naukasana Bridge Pose Setu Bandhasana Fish Pose Matsyasana Wind-Relieving& nbsp; Yoga Pose Pavanamuktasana Shoulder Stand Sarvangasana Plow Pose Halasana Lying-down Body Twist Natrajasana Lying-down on sides Vishnuasana Corpse Pose Shavasana To stand on your own feet start practicing yoga. You can also join 200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Program (YTTC) which is conducted by one of the best and Registered Yoga School (RYS), Yoga Vedanta at Rishikesh- Yoga capital of the world. This training program is mainly for the beginners. Here you will get the chance to practice yoga under the guidance of experienced instructors and in the pleasant environment of Rishikesh. For more information about this yoga school, you can visit us at-http://yoga-vedanta.in
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