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Yoga
Yoga (Sanskrit: ) is a commonly
known generic term for
the physical, mental,
and spiritual practices or disciplines
w...
Benefits Of Yoga
one of the nature’S beSt gift to
mankind which is easy to practice
and implement in our day-to-day
life w...
Yoga For Eyes
Yoga provides exercises that improves
the functioning of the eyes and helps
to overcome various eye-related
...
Strain
Relief
Exercise
For Eyes
Rotating
Your
Eyes
Palming
Yoga For Weight Loss
Yoga helps in weight loss but rather
in a slow process. Doing yoga
regularly helps you to stay fit.
F...
Trikonasana
Band
Konasana
Marjariasan
a (Cat
stretch)
Halasan
a
Dhanurasana
Bhujangasana
Yoga For Headaches
Headaches can be the result of by
eyestrain, indigestion, allergies, sinusitis,
exhaustion or poor post...
Butterfly
pose
Adho Mukha
Svanasana (Dog
Stretch)
Shavasana
Paschimottanasana
Bhujangasana
Surya Namaskara
Surya Namaskara also known in
English as Sun Salutation ("salute to
the sun") is a common sequence
of asan...
The following mantra is pronounced at
the beginning of a Surya Namaskara
cycle:
The following mantra is pronounced at
the ...
The 12 Postures Of Surya
Namaskara
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  1. 1. Yoga Yoga (Sanskrit: ) is a commonly known generic term for the physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India with a view to attain a state of permanent peace. Specifically, yoga is one of the six āstika ("orthodox") schools of Hindu philosophy. One of the most detailed and thorough expositions on the subject is the Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali, which defines yoga as "the stilling of the changing states of the
  2. 2. Benefits Of Yoga one of the nature’S beSt gift to mankind which is easy to practice and implement in our day-to-day life with immense benefits to one who practices yoga are weight loss, a strong and flexible body, glowing beautiful skin, peaceful mind, good health. Its benefits are only perceived to be at the body level and we fail to realize the immense benefits yoga offers in uniting the body, mind and breath. When you are in harmony, the
  3. 3. Yoga For Eyes Yoga provides exercises that improves the functioning of the eyes and helps to overcome various eye-related problems. In the present day world about 35% of the population suffers from eye disorders. Therapeutic yoga techniques for eye disorders are: Palming Blinking Changing focus of eyes from side to side simultaneously Changing focus of eyes forward and
  4. 4. Strain Relief Exercise For Eyes Rotating Your Eyes Palming
  5. 5. Yoga For Weight Loss Yoga helps in weight loss but rather in a slow process. Doing yoga regularly helps you to stay fit. Following are some asanas (postures) which will help in weight loss: Trikonasana Halasana Dhanurasana Bhujangasana Konasana Marjariasana (Cat Stretch) Also doing suryanamaskara everyday helps in weight loss and
  6. 6. Trikonasana Band Konasana Marjariasan a (Cat stretch) Halasan a Dhanurasana Bhujangasana
  7. 7. Yoga For Headaches Headaches can be the result of by eyestrain, indigestion, allergies, sinusitis, exhaustion or poor posture. They types of headaches are many and vary according to the cause. So do the remedies. Sinus headaches can be alleviated by sniffing gotu kola. This cools and calms the mind as well. Chili peppers and watercress can effectively help prevent sinus congestion. Headaches can also be cured by breathing exercises such as kapalabhatti and alternate nostril breathing (Pranayamas). Asanas for headaches:  Adho Mukha Svanasana (Dog Stretch)
  8. 8. Butterfly pose Adho Mukha Svanasana (Dog Stretch) Shavasana Paschimottanasana Bhujangasana
  9. 9. Surya Namaskara Surya Namaskara also known in English as Sun Salutation ("salute to the sun") is a common sequence of asanas. Its origins lie in a worship of Surya, the Hindu solar deity. This sequence of movements and asanas can be practised on varying levels of awareness, ranging from that of physical exercise in various styles, to a complete sadhana which incorporates asana, pranayama, mantra and chakra meditation. It is often the beginning vinyasa within a
  10. 10. The following mantra is pronounced at the beginning of a Surya Namaskara cycle: The following mantra is pronounced at the end of a Surya Namaskara cycle: Surya Namaskara Mantras
  11. 11. The 12 Postures Of Surya Namaskara
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