Pranayama is not a simple breathing exercise yet it is a scientific breathing process where control over prana is achieved. Pranayama is the connecting link between physical (asanas) and mental (meditation) yogic practices.
The word Satkarma is comprised of two words-Sat means six and Karma means practices. In Ayurveda, karma means the cleansing process. Thus, sat karma is the cleansing or yogic purificatory process of the body. These purification processes (Satkarma) are helpful in removing diseases, toxins, and impurities along with cleansing the internal organs of the body. The six purifying processes of Satkarma are Dhauti, Basti, Neti, Trataka, Nauli, and Kapalabhati. These purification processes are extremely beneficial in purifying the body and overall health of the body.
Sr no Book Name Author Name Publisher Name 1 A Synthetic approach to Diet and Nutrition Ghosh,A.K. Swami Mangalteerthama Nutan Publication, Deoghar, 2005 2 Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices Gore, M.M. New Age Books, New Delhi, 2007 3 Anatomy … Read more
Pregnancy is a physiological stress posing undue physiological demands on the mother and fetus. Research carried out to date show alternative therapies have been effective for reducing pregnancy-related back and leg pain, nausea; promote normal labor, depression and cortisol levels, and the associated prematurity rate. The yoga practices which is effective for pregnancy consist of loosening exercises, breathing exercises, sitting postures, supine postures, pranayama, and meditation.
9 things you should do before yoga class? For performing yoga poses, shauch (cleanliness) must be maintained. It means that the body and mind should be clean. This also includes the cleanliness of surroundings. Yogic practices should be performed in … Read more