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Yoga For Health - The Benefits of Yoga
Yoga is an ancient Indian form of balancing mind and body through breath control and a series of asanas. It aims to attain the unity of mind, body and spirit through asanas, breathing and meditation. Asanas are gentle stretching movements designed to rejuvenate the brain, spine, glands and internal organs.…
Mind Body Connection
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Yoga asanas when sequenced by an expert yoga master will work the body to achieve specific benefits and address specific ailments. Yoga, when done with the application of the mind, blending with breathing, is the most powerful approach to improving the quality of our health and life.
Yoga for Obesity
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Yoga gently tones and shapes the body, improves posture and flexibility, and contributes to a feeling of well being. When practiced as part of a daily yoga routine of breathing exercises, meditation and poses, these asanas bring about a feeling of calm and address the basic problem associated with Obesity.
Asanas
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Asanas are an ancient blend of movement, meditation and mindful breathing that will help stretch and massage the organs of the body to keep them fit and increase the flexibility of the joints. The degree of good health is judged by the flexibility of the body and its capacity to…
Yoga for the Elderly
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Age is inevitable and the body goes through changes that reduce its capacity to perform and protect itself. Yoga asanas, hand picked and chosen by the Yoga Master, can give the elderly the flexibility and health that will reduce the toll taken by old age. Yoga asanas can be practiced…
Yoga for a Healthy Heart
Part of the Series: Yoga for a Healthy Mind and Body
Yoga can lead to a healthier heart by providing a transition from a more sedentary lifestyle to a more active one. Trace the steps that will help you gradually build your yoga practice. Learn two new breathing exercises together with asanas that include warrior 1, knee-to-chest, and bridge.
General Health
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Fitness is a state of health that can be maintained only by constant attention. Yoga asanas in the Patanjali School is a gentle and relaxed approach to work the body to maintain good health. This DVD is addressed to help maintain General Health and fitness of the young and old.
Western Yoga
Part of the Series: Yoga for a Healthy Mind and Body
Explore the roots of hatha yoga, the form of yoga widely practiced in the West. Focus on the three principles of hatha yoga - breath exercises, physical postures (called asanas), and meditation - which promote a healthy mind and body. Get started with some simple yoga exercises.
Yoga for Digestive Problems
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Yoga asanas gently press on the bodys glands and organs, resulting in positive effects on the digestive and endocrine systems. Many of the asanas are thought to provide stimulation to and rejuvenation of the cells of the endocrine glands by way of compression. Compression of these glands, followed by relaxation,…
Yoga for Children
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Children are very flexible and take to yoga with ease. Starting the practice of yoga at a very young age will help the child grow up healthy in body and mind. The yoga asanas recommended for children are comprehensive and aimed at maintaining good health.
Yoga Begins with the Breath
Part of the Series: Yoga for a Healthy Mind and Body
The tension we accumulate every day tightens the muscles in the upper body, making it hard to breathe. Practice a mini yoga class that highlights mindful breathing to relieve this stress. Then add three new asanas to your yoga routine: warrior 2, bound angle, and downward facing dog.
Yoga for Diabetes
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Yoga for the diabetic is a scientifically designed series of postures and breathing techniques that works each system in the body through contraction and extension. The postures address every bodily system, working the organs, glands and nervous system in a systematic way. While Yoga cannot "cure" diabetes, it can complement…