Introduction: Yoga is an ancient philosophy of life as well as a system of exercises that encourage the union of mind, body, and spirit. Yoga derived from the Sanskrit word meaning “YOKE”, or UNION. Ultimate goal of yoga is to achieve a state of balance and harmony between mind and body
Why YOGA ? To make you disease & medicine free through a scientific approach on the knowledge base of our great saints & sages…
History of Yoga: History of Yoga Evidence that yoga was practiced as early as 5,000 years ago. Primal drawings walls of caves in the Indus Valley in Northern India.
Types of Yoga: 1. Bhakti Yoga: discipline of love and devotion 2. Dhyana Yoga: discipline of meditation 3. Hatha-Yoga: discipline of force and action 4. Karma Yoga: discipline of self-transcending action 5. Mantra Yoga: discipline of numinous sounds 6. Purna Yoga: discipline of wholeness or integration
Types of Chakras: There are seven Chakras..
First Chakra Muladhara
Second Chakra, Svadhisthana
Third Chakra, Manipura
Fourth Chakra, Anahata
Fifth Chakra, Visuddha
Sixth Chakra, Anja
Seventh Chakra, Sahasrara
Benefits of Yoga: Yoga is a complete life science .We get complete health through yoga ,ailments proven to be relieved , reversed and healed through the practice of yoga. It gives us health according to WHO’s health definition* “ Health is the state of complete physical, mental, spiritual and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” Contd…
How yoga works in our body- A scientific scenario: Blood flow & oxygen supply of whole body increases through yoga, thus every part of body gets more energy and subsequently its work capacity increases…
Miscellaneous questions about yoga/ FAQs
What is the aim of yoga
Where it is contraindicated
Rule of breathing
Misconceptions about yoga Answers of misconceptions about yoga For example
Yoga is time consuming.
Health can't be maintained without exercises instruments & gym apparatus .
Or yoga is fake & it is just spiritual selling to
Yoga can be practiced ANYWHERE/ANYTIME Must be comfortable to the yogi Can be practiced in the morning, afternoon, or evening