Yoga for Health

Yoga For Better Health

While you may never run a marathon or achieve a perfect dance pose, you can greatly increase your health and well being by regularly practicing yoga. Yoga helps to focus your mind and a focused mind can help shape your body! The mind is powerful and what we think we can become.

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Yoga Beauty Secrets – You Can Start Today

Yoga’s ingenious postures trigger positive changes in your metabolism and functioning of your endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, reproductive, and urinary systems by direct stimulation of organs and glands. The Shoulder Stand stimulates your thyroid gland, having an important direct positive effect on weight regulation. Yoga breathing techniques (pranayama) are designed to trigger burning of excess body fat, to enhance detoxification processes and expulsion of toxins through our breath, and prove extremely effective for tension-relief, promoting a relaxed state and elevated awareness. Charismatic people transmit beauty through this irresistible combination of positivity, humility and self-confidence.

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Yoga For Improved Mood

Yoga practice aims for internal balance. Fundamentally this involves optimisation of your endocrine system. Yoga postures and breathing techniques, in conjunction with meditation practices and chanting, stimulate your endocrine glands to enhance their functioning. This is achieved by internal massage on muscles and spine, by internal massage through sounds, by improving circulation, by stimulation of body areas which have connections to specific organs as demonstrated through reflexology techniques, focusing on chakras, and exercising the triple warmer muscles of your thorax.

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Yoga Sequence – Lesson for Teachers

Out of all the yogic poses the sirsha asana or head stand is the king of all asans (poses). It is also the most advanced and difficult. Ancient seers laid great stress on this asana as it was also supposed to lead to nirvana -eternal bliss. I will caution a beginner who wishes to perfect this pose. Firstly a degree of physical fitness is essential to do this pose. I will recommend that to learn this pose it is best to consult a certified yoga instructor or join a Yoga school. In the 21st century the western world has realized the benefits of Yoga and a lot many teachers and schools are available to teach Yoga.

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Yoga is For Everyone

The most enjoyable way to learn yoga, is to take one or two movements each day and practice them until you feel you are ready to take on another move or two. Remember there is no stress or pressure on you to keep up with anyone else. You do it at your own pace.

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Best Yoga Poses for Stress

This posture is sometimes called “Half Lord of the Fishes pose.” The name can be traced to Sage Matsyendra. Ardha Matsyendrasana can be confusing to some, but it releases physical tension within the entire body. Physical tension stored at a desk, in a car, and on the couch is a recipe for stress overload.

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Yoga for Stroke Recovery

Although scientific research is still incomplete, initial reports show that Yoga may not only promote the recovery of stroke symptoms, but it may, also, help with the management and prevention of underlying causes, as well as related health issues. Therapeutic Yoga promotes self awareness and a sense of well-being that is valuable to overall health.

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About Yoga and High Blood Pressure

We need more medical studies to figure out how Yoga lowers blood pressure, but we can use the information we have to stay healthy in the meantime. Medical and scientific research regarding Yogic techniques for high blood pressure is hard to come by, which leaves us with more anecdotal information than we have from medical studies at this time.

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