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Answered on 25/09/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation

Ved Prakash

Yoga Therapist, Yoga Instructor and Health consultant, Educator and Counselor

Modern yoga is part of classical Yog. As your question also make a significant difference in words Yog and Yoga, Classical Yog is a path of liberation/ Salvation. But if one wants the same result from modern yoga, one must to adopt the ancient approach of Yog and gradually attain the same effect on later... read more

Modern yoga is part of classical Yog. As your question also make a significant difference in words Yog and Yoga, Classical Yog is a path of liberation/ Salvation. But if one wants the same result from modern yoga, one must to adopt the ancient approach of Yog and gradually attain the same effect on later stages. Moreover, Modern Yoga is the way to achieve the same results after fully surrender on the path of Yog.
In today's scenario, modern yoga approaches through scientific studies while ancient yoga is experiential.

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Lesson Posted on 17/09/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation Health and Fitness/Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Hatha Yoga +1 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Ashtanga Yoga less

Importance of Prana and Pranayama

Ved Prakash

I am a Health worker, Yoga Therapist, Yoga instructor , Accupressure Therapist, Educator and counselor....

Prana= vital force and livingness As per yogic point of view, the entire cosmos is alive and throbbing with Prana. All beings, whether living or nonliving, exist due to Prana. When Prana moves, Chitta (Consciousnesses) moves. When Prana is without movement, Chitta is without movement. Both Prana and... read more

Prana= vital force and livingness 

As per yogic point of view, the entire cosmos is alive and throbbing with Prana. All beings, whether living or nonliving, exist due to Prana.

When Prana moves, Chitta (Consciousnesses) moves. When Prana is without movement, Chitta is without movement. Both Prana and Chitta/Consciousness must be present for life to exist. 

Prana is a dynamic principle within everything.  Everyone is born with a specific quantum of Prana, but the Quality and Quantity change continuously as one goes through life. 

In human beings, the 5 PRANAS are responsible for creation and existence at the individual level.  They are created during the first four months. During the 1st and 2nd month, the fetus lives on the Prana of the mother. By the 3rd month, the foetus has its battery installed. 

Name of PANCHA PRANA- 

1. Apana

2. Samana

3. Udana

4. Vyana

5. Prana 

Name of 5 Minor Prana:

1. NAGA

2. KOROMA

3. KRIKARA

4. DEVADATTA

5. DHANANJAY 

How the above ten types of Major and Minor Prana are essential for us to and details will post in the next lesson. 

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Lesson Posted on 28/07/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation Health and Fitness/Yoga

KEHUNI NAMAN

Murali Konari

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Elbow bending STAGE 1: Remain in the base position Stretch the arms in front of the body at shoulder level. The hands should be open with the palms facing up. Shoulders. Keep the upper arms parallel to the floor. Straighten the arms again. Repeat ten times. read more

Elbow bending 

  • STAGE 1: Remain in the base position 
  • Stretch the arms in front of the body at shoulder level. 
  • The hands should be open with the palms facing up. 
  • Shoulders. Keep the upper arms parallel to the floor. 
  • Straighten the arms again. 
  • Repeat ten times. 
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Lesson Posted on 22/07/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation Health and Fitness/Yoga

Pawanmuktasana part 1

Murali Konari

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MUSHTIKA BBANDHANA (hand clenching). Sit in the base position or cross-legged pose. Hold both arms straight in front of the body at shoulder level. Open the hands, palms down, and stretch the fingers as wide apart as possible. Close the fingers to make a tight fist with the thumbs inside. The... read more
  • MUSHTIKA BBANDHANA (hand clenching).
  • Sit in the base position or cross-legged pose. 
  • Hold both arms straight in front of the body at shoulder level. 
  • Open the hands, palms down, and stretch the fingers as wide apart as possible. 
  • Close the fingers to make a tight fist with the thumbs inside. 
  • The fingers should be slowly wrapped around the thumbs. 
  • Again open the hands and stretch the fingers. 
  • Repeat ten times. 
  • BREATHING: inhale on opening the hands. 
  • Exhale on closing the hands. 
  • AWARENESS: on the stretching sensation and movement, and the breath. 
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Lesson Posted on 20/07/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation Health and Fitness/Yoga

Pawanmuktasana part 1

Murali Konari

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Full butterfly STAGE 2: keep the soles of the feet together. Place the hands on the knees. Using the hands, gently push the knees down towards the floor, allowing them to spring up again. Do not force this movement. Repeat 10 to 30 times. Straighten the legs and relax. BREATHING: Normal... read more

Full butterfly 

  • STAGE 2: keep the soles of the feet together. 
  • Place the hands on the knees. 
  • Using the hands, gently push the knees down towards the floor, allowing them to spring up again. 
  • Do not force this movement. 
  • Repeat 10 to 30 times. Straighten the legs and relax. 
  • BREATHING: Normal breathing, unrelated to the practice. 
  • AWARENESS: on the hip joint,  movement and relaxation. 
  • Contraindication: people with sciatica and sacral contractions should avoid this ASANA.
  • Benefits: both stages prepare the legs for mastery of padmasana and other meditative ASANAS. 
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Lesson Posted on 16/07/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Ashtanga Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation

Pawanmuktasana part 1

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Poorna Titali Asana Sit in the base position. Bend the knees and bring the soles of the feet together, keeping the heels as close to the perineum as possible. Fully relax the inner thigh muscles. STAGE 1: Clasp the feet with both hands. Gently move the knees up and then down towards the floor,... read more

Poorna Titali Asana 

  • Sit in the base position. 
  • Bend the knees and bring the soles of the feet together, keeping the heels as close to the perineum as possible. 
  • Fully relax the inner thigh muscles. 
  • STAGE 1: Clasp the feet with both hands. 
  • Gently move the knees up and then down towards the floor, but do not use any force. 
  • Practise up and down movements. 
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Lesson Posted on 15/07/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation Health and Fitness/Yoga

Pawanmuktasana part 1

Murali Konari

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Half-butterfly STAGE 2: without breath synchronization Remain in the same position with the right leg on the left thigh. Relax the right leg muscles as much as possible. Push the right knee down with the right hand and try to touch the knee to the floor. Do not strain. Let the knee spring... read more

Half-butterfly 

STAGE 2: without breath synchronization 

  • Remain in the same position with the right leg on the left thigh. 
  • Relax the right leg muscles as much as possible. 
  • Push the right knee down with the right hand and try to touch the knee to the floor. 
  • Do not strain.
  • Let the knee spring up by itself. 
  • The movement is achieved by the use of the right arm only. 
  • Practise 30 up and down movements in quick succession. 
  • Breathing should be regular and unrelated to the practice. 
  • Repeat stage 1 and stage 2 and the unlocking procedure with the left leg. 
  • AWARENESS: On the movement of the knee,  ankle and hip joints and relaxation of the inner thigh muscles.

 

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Lesson Posted on 14/07/2020 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation Health and Fitness/Yoga

Pawanmuktasana part 1

Murali Konari

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Half butterfly STAGE 1 with breath synchronization While breathing in. gently move the right knee up towards the chest. The breathing out gently push the knee down and try to touch the knee to the floor. Do not force this movement in any way. The leg muscles should be passive, the movement... read more

Half butterfly 

STAGE 1 with breath synchronization 

  • While breathing in. gently move the right knee up towards the chest. The breathing out gently push the knee down and try to touch the knee to the floor. 
  • Do not force this movement in any way. 
  • The leg muscles should be passive, the movement being achieved by the exertion of the right arm. 
  • Slowly practise 10 up and down movements. 
  • AWARENESS: on the movement of the knee, ankle and hip joints, relaxation of the inner thigh muscles, and the breath. 
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Answered on 17/12/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Hatha Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation

Fitness Dugout's Aarambh Yoga and Preventive Healthcare Studio

For 1 to 1 Session at the student's home, we charge INR 15000 per month for 12 Sessions. It can vary based on client requirements and location distance in some cases. If it is in an apartment where a group of 10 people can join, we charge INR 2500 per month for 12 Sessions. Regards.
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Answered on 27/11/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation

Dhivya Bharathi

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By practicing vajrasanam we can reduce abdomen And some more posture are there
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