Yoga for fitness poses will work your entire body, burn fat, and tone muscle. Include these 4 daily yoga sessions into your daily routine for overall improvements in strength and fitness.
Morning yoga can help you kickstart your day on a fit note. And it can help you feel more energetic and regain body-mind balance.
45 Min yoga session to help everyone increase flexibility, breathing awareness, and stress management.
Pranayama session focused on breathing awareness, Improved memory, focus, concentration, and meditation.
Sukshma Vyayama helps to relieve stress in joints, improve breathing, and reduce stress.
This program is a wonderful opportunity to learn four ancient and powerful practices that bring forth tremendous support to the system.
As the coronavirus(COVID19) situation intensifies, you might be wondering: How can I keep myself healthy: physically and mentally being at home?
Yoga is an integrated system that leads towards holistic development and smooth functioning of all 8 systems like respiratory, nervous, etc. through hormones and body movements.
1. Sukshma Vyayam (Yogic stretching )
More than 15 basic and preparatory movements to warm up the body, muscles, and align the joints are taught in the program. These movements help prevent injuries during difficult yoga poses.
2. Pranayama (Breathing awareness )
Breathing is an important pillar of yoga and meditation. One can control the rhythms of pranic energy with pranayama and achieve a healthy body and sound mind.
3. Yogasana ( Yoga postures)
Yoga teacher training program includes about 30 different yoga poses starting with poses for beginners and intermediate level practitioners and some advanced poses are included but it is for those who can do it easily.
4. Dhyana (Meditation )
The final objective is controlling the mind and achieving meditation with no thoughts. It is initially difficult to achieve it hence we use breath, asana and meditation techniques of sound, mantras for attaining calmness in kind.
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