Bhastrika Pranayama

Pranayama- Increase Oxygenation & Lung capacity

Yoga has been the go to science of maintaining a proper body and mind in India since ancient times. It is a complete system of enriching every part of the body whether it be the physical body, mental health or internal systems. There are various processes in Yoga that are dedicated to maintaining the proper function of the internal systems. Probably the most famous among … Continue reading Pranayama- Increase Oxygenation & Lung capacity

Nadi In Human Body

Nadi’s is the network of channel or flow which allows energy to travel through body. There are three important nadis in the body which go through the spinal cord and the chakras; the energy centers of the body. Prana is life energy which helps all living things function. When prana withdraws from the body, the pranic field collapses, and we die. When we use prana … Continue reading Nadi In Human Body

The Art of Breathing

” Inhale the present; exhale the past “ Any yoga asana or posture is incomplete without correct breath flow. It sounds so elementary but honestly, we as a culture and society do not give breathing the importance it deserves. And we sadly underestimate the power it has over our well being. Did you know that breathing is alone responsible for expelling 70% of human toxins? … Continue reading The Art of Breathing

Yoga & Health benefits

Yoga & Health Benefits (Diseases Can Be Cured)

Yoga always plays an important role in preventing lifestyle illness. Yoga has many health benefits and its a perfect combination of strengthening and stretching exercises. The fact that not any other form of exercises is as enduring as yoga. According to the International Association of Yoga Therapists – Yoga is a definition of the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health. It is … Continue reading Yoga & Health Benefits (Diseases Can Be Cured)

Yoga To Boost Blood Circulation

Blood circulation is a key factor in maintaining a healthy body. Our bodies are a collection of organs that have to work together to achieve physical fitness. Circulation is the medium which supplies nutrients and raw materials to the various organs for various processes. Vinyasa is the best form of Yoga to practice for better blood circulation. Vinyasa is characterized with constant movement from one … Continue reading Yoga To Boost Blood Circulation

Yoga for Poor Digestion

Poor digestion is usually one of the root causes of many ailments and imbalances. It’s not unusual for a poorly performing system to retain 10 – 20 pounds of old toxic and poisonous matter!! The principles of Yoga help in regulating this important bodily function effectively. There are 4 basic parts of digestion: Ingestion, Breakdown, Absorption and Elimination. If you follow the Yogic diet, then … Continue reading Yoga for Poor Digestion