Tag Archives: Yoga

How does Yoga Help Improve Fertility?

15 Nov

There are two important things that create the most favorable conditions for- Psychological wellness and Physiological wellness. Most of the exercise methods focus on physical well being while mind-development methods like meditation, holosync or binaural beats based techniques only focus on mental well being. So is there any method that can help not only Psychologically but also Physically? Yes, there is. Yoga, an ancient Indian spiritual and ascetic discipline, is the only method that can help not only physiologically but also psychologically. Continue reading

An Introduction to Organic Food

14 Nov

In recent years organic foods have become very popular, demonstrating the interest of many people for positive change in food and also the distrust about the safety of conventional food. If there is no use of fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides in any stage of production or in the soil where they are grown, then these foods and vegetables are considered “organic”.

For some, the word “organic” means nutritious. For others organic food means cleaner and safer ones. There are some people who believe “organic” are those foods produced without causing pollution or harming the air, land and water.

Actually the positive characteristics that are attributed to organic products are difficult to establish as there is no general regulation. For example, milk only be considered organic if  the cow is fed 100% grains that have not been genetically modified and  the cow cannot any antibiotics or hormones. Continue reading

An Introduction to Yogic Diet

14 Nov

The yogic diet is a vegetarian diet which includes vegetables, grains, fruits, vegetables, etc. Strictly excludes all meats (beef, chicken, seafood, etc.) And egg.

The World Health Organization and other agencies, and numerous researchers, began sounding the alarm: the toxins that are ingested with food are alarming danger. Paradoxically, the main source of toxins is considered preserved or processed food. It has proved that meat is highly dangerous from the dietetic standpoint. Continue reading

Time of day to practise Pranayama

1 Nov

Traditionally pranayama is done early in the morning, before other activities. Classically, just before sunrise. Early, even if not precisely at dawn, is idea time in which we can be free from most daily interruptions. Another important note is that  our  minds are  less cluttered with the events and preoccupations of the day. Our body may be a little stiff, but potentially neutral.

Pranayama at this time offers a clear start to the day, a moment to be self reflective and to set up good patterns of breath and mindfulness for the next 24 hours. It gives us an idea of how we actually are, as it helps us become aware of the effects of our activities the day before and to undo any remaining imbalances. During a session of pranayama we may notice, for example, that we feel a bit jangled from too much coffee the previous day, are heavy in the body from slow digestion or are full of leftover thoughts that are still worrying us. Taking 15 or 20 minutes for pranayma can help us regain equilibrium. It also enables the body to function more efficiently on an organic level by opening the chest and lungs, stimulating the diaphragm and facilitating digestion and elimination. Continue reading

Benefits of Yoga Walking

23 Oct

Yoga walking teaches a person how to get the most out of each moment he/she lives. It is the method which changes the total view towards life. Here we are trying to focus on some benefits of Yoga Walking:

  1. Regular practice of walking yoga can provide enhanced energy and awareness.
  2. Walking yoga can decrease back pain & muscular discomfort.
  3. It shows us how to live in the present moment.
  4. Nurtures connectedness with ourselves, nature & humanity
  5. It helps us losing weight and lowering blood pressure.
  6. Walking yoga increases stamina, elevated energy, creativity, and happiness.
  7. It nurtures positive moods, happiness and appreciation.
  8. It can reduce hypertension and can decrease fatigue.
  9. Walking yoga can cut heart risk by 50%!
  10. This particular yoga system improves immune system, digestion and circulation.
  11. It makes the mind calm, stable and focused.
  12. It can provide mental clarity with greater intuitive capacity.
  13. Enhanced learning & creativity.
  14. It can less fatigue and reduce hypertension.
  15. One can realize own body.
  16. The participant can learn to cultivate a positive mind.
  17. One can get relief from emotional and psychological distress by regular practice of Yoga Walking.

An Introduction to Yoga Walking

23 Oct

In this busy world we can not get time to spend only for our selves, even we hardly manage a little time for our family and friends. But if we start practicing Yoga Walking then our life can be overwhelming and challenging. We will be able to enjoy the company of new friends, fresh outdoors and nature around us with Nature Yoga Walking.

Yoga Walking can change the rhythms of our body on a cellular level working together with the heart rhythm, visual focus, muscle balance, brain activity patterns, and moods. Yoga walking is your daily pilgrimage into the light. If we really pilgrimage, the pilgrimage will turn us into a goddess of happiness. It is the ancient method which has the capacity of producing an overall wellness in our body. There are five types of Yoga Walking: Continue reading

An Introduction to Water Yoga

20 Oct

water yogaWant to lose weight without breaking a sweat? Try Water Yoga, a relatively new idea. New but effective and getting popular rapidly. Water yoga is low impact and gentle on the muscles and joints, making it perfect for the elderly, pregnant women and people with injuries or chronic conditions. Moving through various ranges of motion while submerged in water provides low-impact resistance to your muscles and may help alleviate symptoms of certain medical conditions, including arthritis, osteoporosis and tendonitis.

This fun water workout burns mega calories and tones every trouble spot. Aquatic yoga can burn fat faster. Aquatic exercises can help you heal faster too. Doctors often recommend them for people with joint injuries, infections or surgeries as a way to stay fit and shorten recovery time. The soothing warmth and buoyancy of warm water make it a safe, ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness. Water supports joints to encourage free movement, and may also act as resistance to help build muscle strength. Water therapy exercise is especially helpful in cases where a land-based exercise program is not possible due to the intensity of pain, decreased bone density, disability or other factors

Looking for a great summer workout? Leave your gym shoes in the closet and turn to water yoga instead. Like all water exercises, water yoga is easy on the joints. It provides resistance, which strengthens muscles and boosts cardio intensity. Water provides 12 times the resistance of air, so as you walk, you’re really strengthening and building muscle. But not all the Yoga poses are suitable for Water Yoga. So let’s find some poses that are perfect for Water Yoga.

Floating Forward Bend
Wall Cobra
Floating Boat Pose
Floating Half Bow Pose
Water Handstand
Chair Pose
Corpse Pose

But before practicing these water yoga poses you might try water walking. This will help you get familiar with the water movement and movement in water. In water that’s about waist-high, walk across the pool swinging your arms like you do when walking on land. Make sure that you are NOT walking on your tiptoes. Try to keep balance and keep your back straight.