YOGA INTRODUCTION & HISTORY

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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The Importance Of Yama In Yoga Today

Yoga is a lifestyle, which can enrich a practitioner’s life far beyond the physical practice time spent in classes. Yoga promotes a peaceful co-existence with everything. This Yogic mindset creates a setting of living in harmony, in order to get better along with one’s self, as well as with others. Within the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, yama is a vital part of a complete life. The yamas teach us principles and values, which lay the foundations of social behavior. These guidelines of social behavior are the first limb of Patanjali’s Raja Yoga. The yamas are a reference for living a lifestyle that is in complete harmony with the world around us.

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The Eight Limbs of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra

The ideal Yoga practice is a delicate balance between science and art, creating a union between mind, body, and spirit. The practitioner uses the body and breath to nurture an awareness of individual and unified focus. The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali describes the foundations and framework of Yoga philosophy from before 200 A.D. The sacred text offers a description of the innermost workings of the mind and provides an eight-part practice for controlling mental restlessness and cultivating unshakeable peace.

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Benefits of Yoga Teacher Continuing Education

Have you been familiar with yoga? Well I have heard from a lot of people that yoga has its own way of making the body function at its optimum state. The health and fitness benefits of yoga have long been reported by experts and via scientific research. But first I’d prefer to give you short details pertaining to yoga. Yoga comes from a Sanskrit word which means “union” taking place between the mind, body and spirit. It originated in India where there is a physical and mental discipline together with meditative practices of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Give yoga a try and learn what it can do for your body, your mind, and your soul.

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Yamas and Niyamas – The Eight Fold Path of Yoga

The Yamas and Niyamas are self-disciplinary qualities that everyone should have and observe for their own spiritual development. One may practice Asanas and have a fit body. One may practice Pranayama and balance the Pranic energy, the Nadis. One may practice Pratyahara and Dhyana and reach deeper state of consciousness, but what use is that if one does not practice the Yamas and Niyamas. The Yamas and Niyamas create a fit and balanced mind.

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Seven Holistic Health Benefits of Yoga

Holistic is perhaps the best term to define yoga. The practice is one that incorporates physical, mental, and spiritual health all into one big bundle of joy. If you are ready to embark on an activity to improve overall good health, you will find that nothing else can stand up to the completeness of the yoga package.

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