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  • PRESENT DAY LIFE  Mechanical  Stress& Strain full  Ego – individual base and society base  Dissolution of the feeling of individual responsibility.  Junk food habits
  • Result  Unhappiness and loss of peace in all spheres  Individual  Family  Society  Country
  •  Life Style disorders  Obesity  Hypertension  Coronary Artery diseases  Diabetes etc  Lack of Immunity  Psycho somatic Diseases  Psychological problems
  • Yoga  Yog- Unification-Union of  Mind and Body  Individual consciousness with cosmic consciousness  Yoga is a method of training the mind and developing its powers of subtle perceptions so that man may discover for himself.  Yoga is the science of right living .
  •  Yoga is not merely a means of personal regeneration but is universal in character, and can be and should be effectively applied in all walks of life – social, national, educational, etc.  Yoga is One. It is applied in different ways in different departments of life.
  •  Definition of Health Samadosha samagnischa samadhathu malakriya Prasannathmendriyartha swastha Ithyabhidheyathe Yoga works on all aspects of the person; the physical, vital, mental, emotional, psychological and spritual.
  • YOGA AND AYURVEDA  Yoga and Ayurveda have long been linked together as two complimentary systems of human development. They grew up organically intertwined through their common ancient Vedic roots – the legacy of the legendary Himalayan rishis who understood the laws of the universe and the inner process of cosmogenesis that holds the keys to all transformations. The two systems have maintained a long and intimate history, interacting upon and enhancing one another up to the present day. Ayurveda is the “second phase” of interest in Yoga, which builds upon the first phase of interest in Yoga as an exercise system.
  •  For its healing purpose, classical Yoga is closely aligned with traditional Ayurveda “the science of life”, which can also be called Yogic medicine. Ayurveda uses diet, herbs, bodywork, pranayama, mantra and meditation as part of a holistic system of healing that parallels the practices of Yoga relative to the body, mind and spirit. They both reflect a dharmic approach to life, a seeking to keep all beings in harmony with the benefic laws of the universe.  As Yogic healing becomes emphasized we must naturally turn our attention to Ayurveda as well.
  • pitta sattva agni doshas gunas cosmic forces yoga ayurveda prakriti Healing sphere of Ayurveda & Yoga
  • Ashtanga yoga Yama Niyama Asana Pranayama  Prathyahara  Dharana  Dhyana  Samadhi
  • Yama& Pancha Yama  Ahimsa  Satya  Asteya  Brahmacharya  Aparigraha
  • Niyama Pancha Niyama  Soucha  Santhosha  Tapa  Swadhyaya  Iswarapranidhana
  • Asanas Sthiram Sukham Asanam  Main Yogic tool for balancing physical body.  84,00,000asanas-Gherenda samhitha  Release tension  Improve flexibility  Maximize the flow of energy  Remove friction.  Treatment of ailments.
  • Pranayama Breath control  Vital energy-Extension  Rechaka  Bahi kumbhaka  Pooraka  Anthakumbhaka  Regulate emotions  Stabilize the mind  Emotional Control
  • Pratyahara Withdrawal of senses  Introversion of sense organs  Restraing sense organs from the objects  Bridge bw external aspects of yoga and the internal yoga.  Consciousness of the individual is internalized.  Sensations from the senses don’t reach the respective centres.
  • Dharana Concentration of mind  Beginning stage of meditation.  Single pointed concentration or focus.  Meditator’s meta awareness is conscious about the meditation.  Preparation for higher meditational technique.
  • Dhyana Meditation  Clear knowledge of the object.  Meditator is not conscious about the act of meditation  Consciousness of being(only aware that he exists) .
  • Samadhi Super consciousness  Peak of yogic achievement.  True sense of communication and peace.  Heart of Yoga  Mediatator becomes one with the object of meditation  Nondualistic state of consciousness.
  • Sound Mind Lead to a Healthy Body Mana sareerayosthapa paraspara anuvrajeth Adharadheya bhavena Thapthajya Ghatayoriva Mahabhartham-Santhiparvam
  • Social Scenario Psychological complexities -Reason for all social sufferings &tensions No one is prepared to sacrifice one's ego, but everyone demands the sacrifice of the egos of others. The yoga psychology- It asks us to bring the mind back to its source of activity, and if all persons are to do this, it would serve as a remedy for social illness.
  •  The path of yoga is to diminish the ego, so that it may become in tune with the egoless condition of nature.
  • Health Scenario  Preventive  Curative  Lifestyle diseases  Psycho somatic diseases  Immune deficiency
  • Diabetes  Yoga is suited for both type of DM.  IDDM-help to prevent an increase in insulin requirement.  NIDDm-help to normalise blood sugar due to high intensity workout.  Initial stage-yoga practice as an adjuvant to medicines  Gradualy able to reduce medicine with the consultation of physician  Regular yoga helps to increase glucose utilisation.
  • Asanas-Diabetes Standing Prone  Tadasana  Ardhakateechakrasana  Trikonasana  Makarasana  Bhujangasana  Salabhasana  Dhanurasana  Dandasana  Vajrasana  Badhakonasana  Paschimothanasana  Ushtrasana  Gomukhasana  Ardhamatsyendriyasana  Januseershasana Sitting Supine  Navasana  Matsyasana  Suptaveerasana  Sarvangasana  Halasana  savasana
  • Tadasana Ardhakateechakrasana
  • Trikonasana Dandasana
  • Vajrasana Badhakonasana
  • Paschimothanasana Bhujangasana
  • Diabetes Pranayama Mudras  Sectional Breathing  Nadisudhi  Suryabhedana  ]Bhastrika  Bhramari  Chinmudra  Pankajmudra  Apanamudra  Varunamudra  Lingamudra  Sangumudra
  • OBESITY
  • Obesity Asanas  Tadasana  Ardhakateechakrasana  Trikonasana  Dandasana  Vajrasana  Badhakonasana  Paschimottanasana  Ushtrasana  Ardhamatsyendriyasana  Bharadwajasana  Januseershasana  Adhomukhaveerasana  Makarasana  Bhujangasana  Salabhasana  Dhanurasana  Navasana  Suptaveersana  Sarvangasanamatsyasana  Savasana
  • Obesity Pranayama Mudrasa  Bhastrika  Suryabhedana  Nadisudhi  Ujjayi pranayama  Bhramari  Chinmudra  Pankajmudra  Apanamudra  Varunamudra  Vayumudra  Lingamudra  Sangumudra
  • Ushtrasana Ardhamatsyendriyasana
  • Bharadwajasana Januseershasana
  • Adhomukha veerasana Makarasana
  • Salabhasana Dhanurasana
  • CARDIO VASCULAR DISEASES
  • Cardio Vascular Disorders Therapeutic yoga –only when not affected by the emergency type condition Yoganidra & Meditation 3 phases 2nd phase-4th and 5th weeks  Pavanamukthasa & sashankasana& Uttanapadasana 3rd phase-6th week onwards  Sarvangasana  Suryanamaskar  Nadisudhipranayama  Ujjayi Pranayam 1st phase-3 weeks  Vajrasana & savasana
  • Cardio vascular diseases Asanas  Savasana  Uttanapadasana  Urdhavottanasana  Sethubandhasana  Titryakvilomkonasana  Makarasana  Sashangasana  Suptavajrasana  Balyasyanasana
  • Savasana Pavanamukthasana
  • Sarvangasana Nadisudhipranayama
  • Ujjayi pranayama Sasankasana
  • HYPERTENSION
  • Hypertension Asanasa Pranayama  Vajrasana,Suptavajrasana  Ushtrasana  Makarasana  Sashangasana  Balyasayanasana and Savasana  Anuloma-viloma Pranayama  Bhramari Pranayama  Bhastrika Pranayama Kriyas Meditation
  • Bhramari pranayama Bhastrika pranayama
  • Psycho somatic diseases
  • Psycho Somatic Diseases  All illnesses can be considered to be psychosomatic  Psychological factors can cause illhealth(as a result of unhappiness, anxiety or stress due to personal problemsphysical symtoms may develop- nausea,abdominalpain,chestpain,breathlesness,diarrhoea,giddines,musclepain etc)  Strongly influenzed by psychological factors  Duodenal ulcers  Irritable bowel syndrome  Bronchial asthma  Eczema  Psoriasis  Hypertension
  • Yogic management for PSdiseases Improves blood circulation Improves concentration and self control Relieves stress and enhances power of relaxation Boosts physical strength, stamina and flexibility Improves the functioning of the immune system Improves overall organ functioning Bestows peace of mind and a more positive outlook of life
  • Mudras  Benefits  Generate powers to provide all round development of mind & body  Gives instant relief in many ailments.  Helps in moulding physical,mental and moral aspects of individual.  Regular practice can cure insomnia, arthritis  Improves memory  Develop social amiability, piety and courteous dispositions.
  • MUDRAS  Chinmayamudra Akashmudra  Adimudra Chinmudra
  • Mudras  Gyan mudra Surya mudra  Hridaya mudra varuna mudra
  • Role of Soorya namaskara
  • Soorya namaskara Is combination of Yogasanas,Pranayama,Mudras and bandhas. Acts to rebalance the energies of mind and body. Modulate intracellular and metabolic energy. Interact with the physical organs of the body directly. Apply pressure,massage,stretch and generally tone and support internal tisue organs. Aids the eliminative functions as well as stimulating nervous energy.
  • Relevence of Yogic diet.  Food-Build both body and Mind.  Should be Pure, wholesome and nutrious.  MITAHARA.  Yogic classification-• s SATVIK RAJASIK THAMASIK
  • Sattvic Food Cereals, Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Milk &Milk Products, Nuts and honey
  • Coffee, Tea, Tobacco, Green Chillies, Pepper, High Quality Wines, Spiced Foods, Sauces Stimulates, Activates the nervous systems
  • Tamasic Food Canned - Refrigerated (Food), Preserved Fruits, Stored Vegetable, Pulav, Stale Food, Packed Food
  • Vegetarianism  Fleshy foods toxic to human system  Increase incidence of gall stones, colon cancer, appendicitis, diabetes, Joints and muscles becoming stiff and bulky  Body become rough and tough  Flesh is damaged such flesh we eat.  With low physical activity high fat diet cannot be used by the body  Violates the principles of yogic ethics
  • YOGA  Proper sleep patterns.  Subjective feeling of wellness.  BETTER HUMAN RELATIONSHIP  PROPER ATTITUDES.  INCREASED PRODUCTION AT WORK.  GREATER GOOD FOR THE-individual,family,nation and ultimately for THE WHOLE HUMANITY.