Category Archives: Yoga for Health

Yoga for Slipped Disk & Spondylitis

Yoga for Slipped Disk and Spondylitis is based on backward bending asanas, pranayama and yogic relaxation poses. Slipped disk and spondylitis are mostly related to lifestyle and posture defects. The human body has 33 vertebrae, including the 5 that are fused to form the sacrum and 4 that form the tailbone. Disks are the fibrous padding material between 2 vertebrae. It consists of a tough outer layer and a jelly like soft inner layer. The disks act as shock absorbers, when we walk and engage in other movements.

Yoga for Strong and Flexible Back

YOGA FOR STRONG & FLEXIbLE bACK

Do you yearn for a strong and flexible back along with a super flat tummy? So, what’s the relationship between a strong back and super flat tummy? When your back is strong and flexible, you will be able to work on strengthening and toning your core muscles.

Yoga for Healthy Living

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In sanskrit the word for health is “Swasthya” which has a profound meaning. It is made of two root sanskrit words – “Swa” or the Self and “Stha” meaning centered. So swasthya can be roughly translated as “Centered in one’s own Self”. In the Indian System, the Self is described as Sat-Chit-Ananda or Being-Consciousness-Bliss. This is the true nature of every being. Any deviation from this state of well-being can be considered as a disease.

Pranayama for Weight Loss

Pranayama for Weight Loss

Pranayama is an effective method for weight loss. Due to our busy lifestyle we tend to have less time for attending fitness programs, going to a gym or going for a morning walk. Practice of pranayama is simple and can be done at home. It can be easily integrated with our daily routine.

Yoga for Acidity and Heartburns

Yoga for Acidity and Heartburns

Yogic management of acidity and heartburns includes use of Asana, pranayama and diet adjustments. Acidity has today become more of a life style problem because of our busy work schedule, mental stress and anxiety which goes with it. Acidity may be accompanied by related problems like heartburn and gas formation.

Yoga for Lower Back Pain

Yoga for Lower back Pain

Lower back Pain is one of the most common complaints in the modern working class. Yoga management of lower back pain can be both preventive and curative. Most of us suffer from lower back pain at some point of life. Yoga management of lower back pain can be understood by first looking at the causes of back pain.

Yoga for Neck and Shoulders

Yoga for Neck and Shoulders

Shoulder and neck stiffness and pain is now an epidemic. Constantly gazing at the computer or your mobile, improper sitting and sleeping postures, excessive use of weights, improper alignment, etc. are few of the common trigger factors of neck and shoulder pain.

5 Yoga Poses You Should Do Daily

5 Yoga Poses for Daily Life

Yoga, today, has moved from being a self-nourishing practice to something with tangible benefits. If you look around, weight loss, flexibility, and stress relief are three major reasons why people practice yoga. But, if you take a closer look, you will realize that yoga has much more to offer.

Yoga for Constipation

Yoga for Constipation, Yoga for relieving constipation

Constipation is worrisome. And, if you fail to take care, it can turn into an uncomfortable and painful experience. Before you try out the over the counter laxatives to clear off the clogged poop, try these yoga poses for relieving constipation. 

Benefits of Yoga

benefits of yoga - Yoga and its benefits

Yoga benefits people of all age groups. The benefits of yoga range from mental peace, fitness, health, improved physiological functioning of the body and spiritual evolution.

The benefits of Yoga Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Shatkarma and Meditation reach all the levels of our being. To understand this, we need to know more about the different levels of our own individual existence.