Yoga in Lap of Nature

2 Mon, 22 February 2010, 15:02

Yoga in Lap of Nature is an enlivening experience of meditating in motion. This unique practice started from the Auspicious day of Rathaspatmi and since then the practitioners of Dhrti, at the crack of dawn, gather collectively and begin their practice of SUN Salutation. Many take a resolve of doing Sun Salutation – Surya Namaskar 108 times and once achieved it becomes a daily ritual. Away from disturbances and closed concrete walls, the very feeling of doing yoga in open is energizing and being in the very moment now, which is extremely significant. Fine tuning to the senses with the smell of the air, the feel of the breeze, the chirps of the birds, and the gaze as far as one can see; yoga in open is for all to experience the joy of doing outdoors. So are you ready for the connection!

Hari OM

2 Responses to "Yoga in Lap of Nature"
  1. Anu Gupta says:

    Namaste Yoga practitioners,

    I am practicing yoga from last 6 months @ Dhriti and keep great interest in Yoga now :)
    I got to know about the benefits of different poses which we do during sessions and I feel like sharing it with all of u..
    1.Downward-Facing Dog Pose:
    Quiets an active mind and balances out mood swings common during adolescence.
    2.Wheel Pose:
    Increases confidence and teaches surrender during turbulent times.
    3.Plank Pose:
    Builds a strong core, essential throughout life.
    4. Warrior Pose II:
    Helps the body find balance between effort and ease and between the sympathetic (activating) and parasympathetic (relaxing) nervous systems.
    5.Legs-up-the-Wall Pose:
    Allows time out from work and caretaking, helps restore the body, and calms the mind.
    6.Shoulderstand:
    Helps relieve stress, mild depression, and menopausal symptoms.
    7.Tree Pose:
    May help keep bones strong and builds confidence as you age.

    I’ll keep on sharing knowledge here as and when i get to know something good.

  2. Satya says:

    Thanks Anu and its a wonderful reward to know about your deep involvement; best things happens when you start incorporating the yoga practice in your life…looking forward for more informative articles from your end. Hari OM, Satya

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