Positivity is our nature which we sometimes lose in our busy lifestyles. It is like the necklace which is around our neck, but we don’t realize that and we search for it all around. When we start the day, we need to fill our minds with positive points of info Read More
As per modern Terminology Therapy means Treatment and when the Treatment is given by Yoga so it’s called Yoga Therapy. This is not an ordinary therapy but it is intensive awakening and balancing of life. Yoga therapy is not treatment by touching, stretching or pressing or pulling the physical body. That can be termed as physiotherapy. We add the word therapy due to modern terminology, oth Read More
Nadi is a Sanskrit name which is define a term for the channels (nerve, blood vessel, pulse) through which, in traditional Indian medicine and spiritual science, the energies of the the physical body, the subtle body and the causal body are said to flow. All text explains that there are a large amount of nadis present in the human bodies, some claims hundred of thousand, some millions. In regards to kund Read More
Bandha (binding, bond, arrest, capturing, putting together etc.) is a term often employed in relation to yogic discourse and instruction. The term denotes a binding, lock or bondage that may be either internal or external to the body. Bandha may be defin Read More
To develop your personality, you need to be physically fit. Unless a person is physically healthy, he or she would lose confidence and it does not help to improve one’s personality. A sound body is inevitable to have a sound mind. Yoga postures energize and oxygenate the whole body thus enhancing the performance of all the organs.
Yoga and breathing practices activate your brain and improve the performan Read More
The word Hatha mean “willful” or “Forceful” and it’s denotes to a system of physical techniques or exercise (known as asanas or postures) supplementary to a broad conception of Yoga, and in the 20th century it’s became popular throughout the world as a form of physical exercise and Hindu traditions believes that the deity Shiva himself is the founder of Hatha yoga.
Principle 1: Proper Relaxation
By releasing the tension in the muscles and putting the whole body at rest, you revitalize your Nervous System and achieve inner peace, making you feel relaxed and refreshed. This relaxed feeling is carried over into all your activities and helps you conserve your energy and let go of all worries and fears.
Asanas For Strengthening The Pelvic Girdle These set of exercises continues to focus on strengthening the muscles around the pelvis which includes muscles like the gluteus. Strengthening these muscles gives a man control over his movements and stability while performing sex. The more control over the muscles, the less the strain on the heart and lungs and thereby indirectly a man can ha Read More