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Yogic practice, is the ideal complement to other forms of physical exercises such as running, cycling and swimming. Yogic postures systematically work on all the major muscle groups, including the back, neck and shoulders, deep abdomen, hip and ankles, feet, wrists and hands. By their very nature, yogic practice affects all the muscle groups and organs as they simultaneously impart strength, increase flexibility and bring nourishment to internal organs. Although most poses are not aerobic in nature, they do in fact send oxygen to the cell by way of conscious deep breathing and sustained stretching and contraction of different muscle groups. Yoga can help to check any imbalance in muscular development and will enable both mind and body to function efficiently.
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Meditation is the practice of turning your attention to a single point of reference. It can involve focusing on the breath, on bodily sensations, or on a word or phrase known as a mantra. In other words, meditation means turning your attention away from distracting thoughts and focusing on the present moment.
Asana is traditionally defined as a “comfortable seat” that is the seated posture used for meditation. More typically now in yoga, the term is used for any physical posture of Hatha yoga. It is the third limb of Patanjali’s eightfold path of ashtanga, following after the yamas and niyamas
Asana practice is considered important by yogis because it helps to keep the physical body healthy. Given that the body is the vehicle for the spirit, looking after the physical body is important for spiritual development. Practicing asanas can also have a range of emotional and energetic benefits, increase discipline and concentration, and ready the mind for meditation.
Name: V. Sumitha
Yoga Therapeutic Consultant
M.Sc. (YOGA), M.Phil. (YOGA), Ph.D. (YOGA)
PG Diploma in Thirumandiram
YCB Level 2 to 7
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