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Light Exercises

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Kunjal Wash

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Friday, January 31, 2014

Jal Neti

Jal Neti

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Hatha Yoga | Practicing Indoors and Outdoors

Whether you practice Indoor or Outdoors, practice Yoga with good ventilation in a room or place that is calm and peaceful. You can also practice Asanas outdoors provided that the surroundings are pleasant, such as a nice garden with lots of greenery and flowers which is very soothing visually as well as quiet.

Practicing in the cold wind, polluted or smelly air is inadvisable, as you'll need good air to obtain maximum benefit of breathing asanas. Also practicing in close proximity to furniture or a fireplace is hazardous. Plus you'll need a good amount of room to perform Asanas with your arms and legs. In case it's pretty hot, then you can practice yoga with a fan to keep your body cool and comfortable.


Hatha Yoga Sukshma Vyayama Improves Breathing, Reduces Stress, Controls Blood Pressure, Improves Posture, Minimizes Allergies, Lowers Cholesterol, Controls Indigestion, Decreases Weight, Reduces Insomnia, Increases Immunity, Slows Ageing & Improves Concentration.

Programs - Cleansing, Sukshma Vyayama, Relaxation, Asanas, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Mudras, Pranayama, Chakras, Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga for Seniors & Yoga for Kids.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Hatha Yoga | Controlling your Weight with Diet and Exercise

Yoga is for everyone, irrespective if you are underweight, overweight and of normal weight. For instance if you’re overweight and are practicing Yoga, you should eat a restricted diet with less calories and avoid eating red meat, fatty and fried foods. However, if you’re underweight or of normal weight, then you can be more flexible in your diet, provided that it’s nutritional, so you can maintain good health.

Some of the Nutritional Foods for Yoga practitioners should include Oats, Barley, Wheat, Rice, Pulses, Green Vegetables, Fruits, Milk, Yogurt, Nuts, etc… So, if you need to lose weight or gain weight, then Yoga will enable you to do so provided you exercise daily and control your diet.


Hatha Yoga Sukshma Vyayama Improves Breathing, Reduces Stress, Controls Blood Pressure, Improves Posture, Minimizes Allergies, Lowers Cholesterol, Controls Indigestion, Decreases Weight, Reduces Insomnia, Increases Immunity, Slows Ageing & Improves Concentration.

Programs - Cleansing, Sukshma Vyayama, Relaxation, Asanas, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Mudras, Pranayama, Chakras, Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga for Seniors & Yoga for Kids.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Hatha Yoga | Exercising on an Empty Stomach

From the time that you eat, there should be at least three hours gap prior to practicing yoga, whether you exercise in the morning or evening, as this will enable you to perform Yoga Asanas appropriately. Otherwise you might have stomach pains and risk the possibility of hurting your digestive areas when doing stomach, back or any exercises where you're required to do twist and turns, be it standing or sitting down.

Almost all Asanas require breathing and Pranayama requires deep breathing. So, exercising on a full stomach will affect your ability to breathe deeply as your stomach is already bloated with food. Plus, eating before you exercise will mean that your body will spend more time to digest and as a result, will burn less fat potential. However, eating lightly such as fruits will ensure that you obtain maximum benefit of physical and breathing Asanas performed, as your body will spend less time processing food.


Benefits of Exercising in the Evening


Hatha Yoga Sukshma Vyayama Improves Breathing, Reduces Stress, Controls Blood Pressure, Improves Posture, Minimizes Allergies, Lowers Cholesterol, Controls Indigestion, Decreases Weight, Reduces Insomnia, Increases Immunity, Slows Ageing & Improves Concentration.

Programs - Cleansing, Sukshma Vyayama, Relaxation, Asanas, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Mudras, Pranayama, Chakras, Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga for Seniors & Yoga for Kids.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Hatha Yoga | Practicing Yoga with the right Instructor

If you're beginning a Hatha Yoga class, you should be asked questions about your current state of health by your Certified Yoga Instructor. The instructor does this to gauge your ability as to which asanas you can and should attempt to do in relation to your health. This is the one of the key indicators of recognizing and practicing yoga with the right instructor.

The health questions posed to you by your instructor can vary from existing conditions of back problems, breathing problems, heart problems, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc… The more detail you give to your instructor on your current state of health will help you as a student to avoid any injury or aggravate an existing health condition. Along with that, you'll also learn the particular exercises or asanas required to minimize your existing health conditions.

As a newcomer to learning hatha yoga exercises or asanas you'll require individual attention and care to ensure that the exercises or asanas carried out by you are done appropriately for maximum health benefit and under supervision of a certified yoga instructor. And after a couple of yoga classes where you've appropriately followed the instructions given from your yoga instructor without inflicting injury or aggravation to your body, you'll begin to feel the benefits of improved health. This is also another key indicator that you are practicing yoga with right instructor.


Hatha Yoga Sukshma Vyayama Improves Breathing, Reduces Stress, Controls Blood Pressure, Improves Posture, Minimizes Allergies, Lowers Cholesterol, Controls Indigestion, Decreases Weight, Reduces Insomnia, Increases Immunity, Slows Ageing & Improves Concentration.

Programs - Cleansing, Sukshma Vyayama, Relaxation, Asanas, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Mudras, Pranayama, Chakras, Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga for Seniors & Yoga for Kids.