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Yoga Alliance U.S.A
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12 students per class
Hatha yoga
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Yoga
Think yoga is easy
Yoga is considered a slow paced form of exercise and not everyone who wants to tread on HIIT form of exercises would choose yoga as their primary source of losing sweat. But if you believe the experts at Jeevmoksha Yoga Gurukul in Rishikesh, these three exercises will make you sweat as hard as intensity training....
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Trataka or yogic practice of concentrated gazing is an ancient hatha yoga exercise used for all round development of our body, mind and soul. The meaning of word trataka is ‘’to look fixedly’’ or ‘’to stare pointedly’’. The concept of trataka is defined clearly by some yogis and old yoga texts like hatha yoga pradipika....
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Bhakti means uninterrupted, unremitting and perennial flow of unalloyed love, devotion and adoration for one’s chosen Ideal (Ishtam) (The GODHEAD). Yoga means the communion of the microcosm (atma/soul) with the macrocosm (Paramatma/supreme soul) divine consciousness or simply the commingling of Atma with Paramatma. Bhakti yoga connotes the path of deep, intense and extreme love devotion...
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Yoga for muscle endurance and resistance. Muscles are an integral part of functioning of human body. They are the providers of movement at more than 180 joints of our physical body. There have been a lot of discussion and research on the effects of yoga on muscular functions. We will try to assemble some of...
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Hatha Yoga: Mind Body Alignment Hatha yoga is an art and science of mind body alignment. It is testified over the ages to bring about fundamental changes in our lives. This branch of yoga aims at creating a harmony between the active and passive forces of an individual through various methods of asanas, pranayam and...
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Surya= Sun Namaskar=  greeting or salutations One of the most popular practices of hatha yoga, surya namaskar has been adopted throughout the yoga circuits unanimously as a method to activate the sympathetic channels, increase blood flow, toning the nerves, activating the motor circuits in skeletal as well smooth muscles and to maintain the cardiac health....
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Before going into any discussions on meditation, we should try to understand the basic terminology which will be helpful in grasping the fundamentals. We often come across the word Consciousness, in varying contexts. Being conscious can be an attribute of being alive or life. Consciousness as a word can also be used in terms of...
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Wondering about what a holistic daily routine should be like? Well we may not have the answers but for certain there is a to-do list mentioned below which can be easily adopted to get more out of your day!! Just remember, this routine is deeply connected with the subtle psychic characteristics influencing the outer somatic...
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Ubhay Padangushthasana (Ek Pad) Upward hands to feet pose (one leg) How to do Ubhay Padangushthasana ek pad Sitting in a comfortable position, bring the left leg out in front bend from the knee. With both hands, grab the left foot firmly and support the hands down on the ground with the left foot in...
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Dhanur=Bow; Asana= posturePracticing Urdhva Dhanurasana (Backward Bends) is a deep backbend that need  dedication and some real effort to practice. If you  do regular practice you will feel more alive and strong. Dhanurasana comes from dhanu which means a bow. As the bow is fully arched when shooting the arrow, same is the condition in...
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