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A simple Lifestyle

0 Sun, 14 November 2010, 23:44
A simple lifestyle promotes good health in the longer run. I would like to share some simple but very important facts:  In your daily life activities ensure you are regular and well balanced and have time for mental and physical activities. Plan your day so that you have time for both work and family. As a result you will live Continue Reading...
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Yoga Nidra For All

0 Sun, 14 November 2010, 23:42
Yoga Nidra (YN) is a deep level relaxation practice. A practice designed for children, young, and geriatrics.  It is beneficial to combat any level of stress or disease even cancer. My sister is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer, stage two. She had to undergo a nine-hour long complicated surgery, followed by eight chemotherapies and 25 radiation sessions.  The line Continue Reading...
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Therapeutic effect of Yoga Nidra in Geriatrics

0 Sun, 14 November 2010, 23:31
Yoga Nidra is a systematic method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. During the practice of Yoga Nidra, one appears to be asleep; but the consciousness is functioning at a deeper level of awareness. In this threshold state between sleep and wake-fullness, contact with the subconscious and unconscious dimensions occurs spontaneously. In Yoga Nidra, the state of relaxation Continue Reading...
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Effect of Yoga on Cardiorespiratory functions

0 Fri, 29 October 2010, 22:43
Effect of Yoga on Cardiorespiratory functions  First publication on October 24, 2010  By Dr.M.C.Panda in Yoga and Spirituality | A way of life With the increased incidence of disorders of cardio-respiratory functions mostly due to altered life style, the time has come for us to address these without drug. Physiologically, it is understood that certain yoga postures with controlled breathing Continue Reading...
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Bandhas/Locks

0 Fri, 17 September 2010, 16:34
Meaning: Bandha means lock or bond of the internal energy or prana which is produced during the practice. Bandha allows the prana to flow within the body so that the different parts of the body are nourished with the prana. Bandhas are used in yoga practices where the internal organs or external muscles of the body are locked or contracted. Continue Reading...
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Innovative meditation in Yoga for Senior citizens

0 Tue, 14 September 2010, 15:54
Watch nature and enjoy. Observe people and absorb. Concentrate the mind to analyse and realise change: Analyse the change in body and mind since childhood, Realise change is everywhere; change is inevitable; embrace change in joy and bliss. About the Innovative meditation in Yoga, I have refered the text books on ‘Meditations’ and ‘Sure Ways to Self-Realization’ by Swami Satyananda Saraswati Continue Reading...
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Yoga for Healing

2 Fri, 13 August 2010, 15:09
My primary motivation to starting off on yoga lessons was due to my liver condition. After 8 months of a hepatitis attack, my bile count was not dropping below normal, despite taking strong medication (including steroids) and having strict diet control. I checked my count last week, and for the first time since mid-2009 it has come to normal levels, Continue Reading...
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Shatkarma trip this month

0 Sun, 08 August 2010, 22:06
We had a wonderful experience at Prashanti this time.  Enthusiatic practitioners who planned to go for shatkarma also got their whole body massage done the previous day and then did the cleansing techniques of  jala neti kriya and vamana dhouti.  Thus got rejuvenated both inside out. Practitioners enjoying their kriyas…. We had a joyful talk by Sri N.V. Raghuramji on yoga its application and Continue Reading...
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Swadhyaya of Yoga

0 Mon, 02 August 2010, 13:47
First publication on August 1, 2010 By Dr. M C Panda in Yoga and Spirituality|A way of life After attending regular yoga sessions for elderly persons in Dhrti Yoga Studio, BTM 2nd Stage Bangalore from July 28, 2009 to April 22, 2010 for about 9 months; I had to practice Swadhyaya of Yoga at home as the yoga classes for Continue Reading...
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What is meant by positive pressure and negative pressure?

1 Tue, 13 July 2010, 15:37
Getting back to basic science of schooldays, the action of centrifugal and centripetal –  same principle is applied here. For example while doing pawanmuktasana where you hug your knees close to your chest the additional pressure exerted on the body is a positive pressure.  The blood from the concerned places gets squeezed away to other places this is known as Continue Reading...
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