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Mukund 07 Apr in  Yoga Classes

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Lakshman replied | 11 May

navya, certified yoga teacher

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Preetham replied | 05 Jul

I think youtube is best for you

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Harshad J replied | 29 Jun

No it depends on age, flexibility, eagerness, medical condition etc.
There are case when a adult is not able to do a particular asan but a child will do it easily.
And when a child cannot do it the adult do it easily.

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Punit replied | 03 Jul

yes b`coz children bones and muscle are more flexible than adults ..

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Meenakshi 25 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Vishal replied | 18 Apr

85000 asanas.

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Ranjay replied | 06 Jul

84 asanas

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Nikul replied | 03 Jul

Yes Please, It is necessary, before starting Yog practice, One should know about,
1. What is right & wrong in Yogasanas, Pranayams.,
2. What is needed for You, & what is forbidden for you, as per your nature. ( General health )

one should learn this , under the supervision of any Yog instructor, in personal, or in any Yog classes.

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Nikul replied | 03 Jul

Yes please, It is Must before starting Yog practice, one should know about,
1. What is right & Wrong in Yog asanas & Pranayam, ...
2. What is needed for You & what is not recommended for You,

One should learn under the supervision of Any Yog instructor, In personal or in Any Yog classes.

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Vivekchettri 24 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Priya replied | 16 Jun

Stress is the way that we react physically ,mentally and emotionally to various condition and changes in our lives
Some symptoms are headache,anxiety,rapid heart rate etc.Yoga is not a physical exercise. It brings harmony at physical level ,mental level,emotional level and even in spiritual level.It gives positive effect on parasympathetic nervous system.

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Stress is the way that we react physically ,mentally and emotionally to various condition and changes in our lives
Some symptoms are headache,anxiety,rapid heart rate etc.Yoga is not a physical exercise. It brings harmony at physical level ,mental level,emotional level and even in spiritual level.It gives positive effect on parasympathetic nervous system.

Stress can be controlled through the practice of pranayama, asanas and meditation.Yoga we are practicing the awareness and consciousness.So gradually it helps to balance our breath.so that you can gain the control over your mind.Yogic practice provide us self realization and understanding.Even anyone is suffering with anxiety or tension ,take a deep inhalation and exhalation ,concentrate only on your breath. Try to perform min 9 round,you will get an instant relaxation. «less

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Punit replied | 18 Jun

you can try murcha pranayama ........

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Archit 24 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Rishi replied | 03 May

yoga have 8 fold path yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, dharna , dhyan, samadhi. the third one is asana, so exercises are fast, sweat comes, repetetion, cardio system goes fast, faster heart beats, where as in yoga asanas, everything gets slows and controlled.

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Kesava replied | 12 May

yoga means Union
Union of thought and action
Union of Word and deed etc.
Yoga is wast subject contains
Raja Yoga
Gnyana Yoga
Kriya Yoga
Bakthi Yoga etc.

Asanas is just a limb in Raja yoga, having 8 limbs

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Punit replied | 03 Jul

yes .. but with dite ..

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Nikul replied | 03 Jul

Yes Please, of course,
Chant these 7 things, Systematically, Scientifically , Regularly, without fail, with interest, every thing, is possible.
One should be prepared please to change, Lifestyle, Food etc., Only Yog asanas will not help.

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Vivek 24 Mar in  Yoga Classes

What is the meaning of yoga?

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Sripriya replied | 29 Mar

yoga means uniting mind,breath,with the help of body...base level.
higher level seeing everything is one nd attachd to soul...

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Vishal replied | 18 Apr

In a common or layman's language it can described as 'A transformation of a seed into a tree' is called yoga.

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Ashtanga Yoga And Meditation Centre replied | 21 May

Avoid practicing yoga directly post meals or when your very exhausted in that case just relaxation works wonders to boost your energy.and be cautious if your suffering from any medical problems take the guidance of a yoga professional teacher who is able to design a class as per your ailments

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Dr Narendranath N replied | 24 May

Need to Avoid Rajasic Like Non Veg, Green & Red chillis, Onion, Garlic Etc & Thamasic Food Like Old, Stale etc

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Akhilesh 23 Mar in  Yoga Classes

What is meant by Asanas?

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Piyush replied | 30 Mar

According to maharishi patanjali,
Sthiram sukham asanam
Means, jisme aapko sthirata aur sukh prapt Hoti hai, vahi asana hai..

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Vijay replied | 04 Apr

Asnas means a position of body on which we can stay long time with happines.

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Jyoti replied | 06 May

hi, why not, they need it most

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Dr. Preeti replied | 14 May

Yes Avinash. Yoga can be practiced by anyone. though the methodology may differ with each body type. Yoga, in obesity, will help to aim at the cause of the weight issue and correct the metabolism of the body.A good, knowledgeable and experienced yoga instructor can work wonders for the health issues.

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Thejas 22 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Tagendra replied | 28 Apr

Weight loss, a strong and flexible body, glowing beautiful skin, peaceful mind, good health -- whatever you may be looking for, yoga has it on offer. However, very often, yoga is only partially understood as being limited to asanas (yoga poses). As such, its benefits are only perceived to be at the body level and we fail to realize the immense benefits yoga offers in uniting the...  more»
Weight loss, a strong and flexible body, glowing beautiful skin, peaceful mind, good health – whatever you may be looking for, yoga has it on offer. However, very often, yoga is only partially understood as being limited to asanas (yoga poses). As such, its benefits are only perceived to be at the body level and we fail to realize the immense benefits yoga offers in uniting the body, mind and breath. When you are in harmony, the journey through life is calmer, happier and more fulfilling.

With all this and much more to offer, the benefits of yoga are felt in a profound yet subtle manner. Here, we look at the top 10 benefits of yoga practice.

1. All-round fitness. You are truly healthy when you are not just physically fit but also mentally and emotionally balanced. As Sri Sri Ravi Shankar puts it, “Health is not a mere absence of disease. It is a dynamic expression of life – in terms of how joyful, loving and enthusiastic you are.” This is where yoga helps: postures, pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation are a holistic fitness package.

Yoga – My personal fitness mantra
My weight-loss formula
My mind soother
My tool for better communication
My creativity machine
My doubt repeller
My time planner
2. Weight loss. What many want! Yoga benefits here too. Sun Salutations and Kapal Bhati pranayama are some ways to help lose weight with yoga. Moreover, with regular practice of yoga, we tend to become more sensitive to the kind of food our body asks for and when. This can also help keep a check on weight.

3. Stress relief. A few minutes of yoga during the day can be a great way to get rid of stress that accumulates daily - in both the body and mind. Yoga postures, pranayama and meditation are effective techniques to release stress. You can also experience how yoga helps de-tox the body and de-stress the mind at the Art of Living Yoga Level 2 Course.

4. Inner peace. We all love to visit peaceful, serene spots, rich in natural beauty. Little do we realize that peace can be found right within us and we can take a mini-vacation to experience this any time of the day! Benefit from a small holiday every day with yoga and meditation. Yoga is also one of the best ways to calm a disturbed mind.

5. Improved immunity. Our system is a seamless blend of the body, mind and spirit. An irregularity in the body affects the mind and similarly unpleasantness or restlessness in the mind can manifest as an ailment in the body. Yoga poses massage organs and stregthen muscles; breathing techniques and meditation release stress and improve immunity.

6. Living with greater awareness. The mind is constantly involved in activity – swinging from the past to the future – but never staying in the present. By simply being aware of this tendency of the mind, we can actually save ourselves from getting stressed or worked up and relax the mind. Yoga and pranayama help create that awareness and bring the mind back to the present moment, where it can stay happy and focused.

7. Better relationships. Yoga can even help improve your relationship with your spouse, parents, friends or loved ones! A mind that is relaxed, happy and contented is better able to deal with sensitive relationship matters. Yoga and meditation work on keeping the mind happy and peaceful; benefit from the strengthened special bond you share with people close to you.

8. Increased energy. Do you feel completely drained out by the end of the day? Shuttling between multiple tasks through the day can sometimes be quite exhausting. A few minutes of yoga everyday provides the secret to feeling fresh and energetic even after a long day. A 10-minute online guided meditation benefits you immensely, leaving you refreshed and recharged in the middle of a hectic day.

9. Better flexibility & posture. You only need to include yoga in your daily routine to benefit from a body that is strong, supple and flexible. Regular yoga practice stretches and tones the body muscles and also makes them strong. It also helps improve your body posture when you stand, sit, sleep or walk. This would, in turn, help relieve you of body pain due to incorrect posture.

10. Better intuition. Yoga and meditation have the power to improve your intuitive ability so that you effortlessly realize what needs to be done, when and how, to yield positive results. It works. You only need to experience it yourself.

Remember, yoga is a continuous process. So keep practicing! The deeper you move into your yoga practice, the more profound are its benefits «less

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Rishi replied | 03 May

as breating is not away till we die, so make yoga a part of daily routine like breathing

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Janardana replied | 17 May

Yoga doesn't mean stretching to the full extent .Know your body harness it slowly you will improve your flexibility
physical culture and yogic cultures differs mainly becoz of the high focus on breathing in yoga , don't just do postures instead aligne your body thought and breath together the you will be getting the result and free from injury.

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Harshad J replied | 02 Jun

Namaste Balakumar.
Practice yoga abhayas according to your capacity. In the group there will be many students who will be able to do easily practice, which you may not. So be patient. Ask your teacher. Take support and never never ovetdo against your capacity. Remember to success in yoga you require is Practice, Patience, Perseverance,and sweet pain. Sweet pain is where you...  more»
Namaste Balakumar.
Practice yoga abhayas according to your capacity. In the group there will be many students who will be able to do easily practice, which you may not. So be patient. Ask your teacher. Take support and never never ovetdo against your capacity. Remember to success in yoga you require is Practice, Patience, Perseverance,and sweet pain. Sweet pain is where you feel the pain only during the asab because you have not practice before, or your body is not flexible, or you have just recovered from sickness or injury. Always I form your teacher if you underwent any sickness or surgery. Or natural disability. «less

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Jareena 21 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Rishi replied | 03 May

yes

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Kesava replied | 12 May

why not.. You can practice some Asanas ... like Vajrasana, padmasana, Nadisuddi Pranayama etc. any time in 24 hrs but keep in mind that any asanas should performed only
after 4 hours of Lunch,
after 2 hrs of BreakFast
after 1 hrs of beverages consumption.

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Gee Cee replied | 01 Jul

Yes, if the alignment is not correct. There is a way to do each pose of asana, so one must start to learn under the instructors guidance, it is very important to follow the step by step of getting into each asana and reach the final position of that asana and after staying there for some time in final position than it is equally important to come out of the asana step by step slowly,...  more»
Yes, if the alignment is not correct. There is a way to do each pose of asana, so one must start to learn under the instructors guidance, it is very important to follow the step by step of getting into each asana and reach the final position of that asana and after staying there for some time in final position than it is equally important to come out of the asana step by step slowly, so that there will be no injury. Always follow your instructors advise specially beginners. «less

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Monica Patel replied | 03 Jul

Yes. ...u might get injured if you are not practicing under professional guidance

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Reap 21 Mar in  Yoga Classes

Which are the basic yoga asanas?

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Bhupendra replied | 14 May

Sthiram sukham asnam.Any posture which is comfortable and stable and gives you happiness.

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Harshad J replied | 02 Jun

The basic yoga posture is
1 Sukha asan. Simple cross leg posture.
2 Ardh padma asan. Half lotus posuture.
3 Vajra asan. This Vajra asan is the kng of asan because this can be done any time even after your lunch and dinner. This helps to improve your digestion.

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Yadagiri 21 Mar in  Yoga Classes

Do I need to perform any warm up exercises before starting yoga?

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Akshay replied | 08 Apr

it depends that what are you going to do in yoga....

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Garima replied | 17 Apr

Sun Salutations can be performed before doing any asana to warm the body

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Aritra 21 Mar in  Yoga Classes

How I will find a good yoga coaching centre?

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Harsha replied | 02 Apr

Every teacher efforts to give their best, better to discuss about your requirements/goals particularly so that yoga module could be designed accordingly

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Gee Cee replied | 01 Jul

By attending there trial class you can find that it is suitable for your or not

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Pooja 21 Mar in  Yoga Classes

Which type of yoga is advisable to loose weight and gain flexibility.

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Aridaman replied | 08 Aug

power yoga is gud.. wid some stretching practices... bt u shd b aware of ur diet also...

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Jainam 20 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Priti Singh replied | 15 Jun

If possible do 1hr daily else minimum 3 days in a week for more minimum 1hr per day

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Manu replied | 18 Jun

Depends on the reason for your yoga practice. Yoga should be part of your daily life, just like how we eat and sleep every day, it should be practised every day atleast for 30 mins. Once it becomes part of your routine, just like brushing your teeth when you get up, there is no question of how many times, it's daily routine.

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Sweetu 20 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Dr. Preeti replied | 14 May

Hi Sweetu. After a full meal, you need to keep a gap of 2.5-3 hours to do yoga. After light fluids, like black tea or juice, a gap of min.45 minutes is required. After snacks, a gap of 1-1.5 hours depending upon the content of the snacks, is required before doing yoga.

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Harshad J replied | 02 Jun

Namaste Sweetu.
After eating you can do you yoga, only one posture. That is VAJRA Asan. Vajra asan will help you improve your digestion and steady your mind.
Sit on floor with both legs straight.
Bend your right leg from knee and heels below your buttocks. Now bend your left leg and keep the heels below your buttocks. Both toes touching together. Heels touching...  more»
Namaste Sweetu.
After eating you can do you yoga, only one posture. That is VAJRA Asan. Vajra asan will help you improve your digestion and steady your mind.
Sit on floor with both legs straight.
Bend your right leg from knee and heels below your buttocks. Now bend your left leg and keep the heels below your buttocks. Both toes touching together. Heels touching together. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Our aim is to sit for minimum 15 minutes. Which may not be possible in beginning .
Slowly and gradually progress from 1 to 20 minutes. «less

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Sonia 20 Mar in  Yoga Classes

What does hatha mean?

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Sivashankari.s replied | 16 Jun

Hatha means a type of yoga method. Very good effect and get more flexibility to our body

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Dhaval replied | 18 Jun

In HATHA "HA" and "THA" means Sun and Moon. To align Sun nadi and Moon nadi is called Hatha Yoga, and that is the goal of Pranayam (Pran _ AAyam). Expand of Prana.

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Ch Surya Pradeep 20 Mar in  Yoga Classes

What is classical yoga?

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Shruthi Sharma replied | 03 Jun

Hi Surya Pradeep,

The proper way of doing Ashtanga Yoga is called as Classecal Yoga.
It is done with the Mantras, mainly focusing on all the 8 parts of Yoga, that are Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dhyana, Dharana, Samaadhi. This helps in overall building of a personality rather than just the fitness.

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Sivashankari.s replied | 24 Jun

This is old type of yogic techniques

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Agastya 20 Mar in  Yoga Classes

Do I need to be a vegetarian to practice yoga?

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Unique replied | 20 Mar

Everything ultimately depends on the goal of your yoga practice. If you view yoga as the way of fighting stress and keeping your body toned, you probably don't need to force any kind of diet onto yourself.

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Vijayaramaraju replied | 21 Mar

No need to be vegetarian.

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Urmila 19 Mar in  Yoga Classes

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Vishal replied | 18 Apr

The whole existence is sound. The roots sounds for this complex amalgamations of sounds are AA + UU + MM without employing your tongue you will be able to make these three sounds aa , uu and ma by placing your tongue within the walls of your mouth you produce all the other sounds. AA, UU and MM are the basis of all the other sounds that you can utter referred to as the basis sound...  more»
The whole existence is sound. The roots sounds for this complex amalgamations of sounds are AA + UU + MM without employing your tongue you will be able to make these three sounds aa , uu and ma by placing your tongue within the walls of your mouth you produce all the other sounds. AA, UU and MM are the basis of all the other sounds that you can utter referred to as the basis sound or the universal sound. When add these three sounds you get to the sound AUM. These are the only three sounds that the system can produce naturally if you utter these three sounds carefully you different aspects of your body is activated and energized. When you utter the first sound AA you will notice the vibrations start from the naval region and spread across the body because this is the only region or place where all the 72000 nadis are pathways of energy meet and redistribute themselves and strengthens this. If you utter the sound UU you will notice the rib cage meet just beneath that there is a soft spot the vibrations starts there and move upward and the last if you utter the sound MM the vibrations start from the pit of your throat and generally spread to the upper regions of your body. By uttering these three sounds if you're having any physiological disturbances or attention or feeling sick too often or fear or nightmares few minutes a day can make a enormous difference. Hence adding up all these three sounds concludes or makes the universal mantra OM adding its affects and benefits on your body. «less

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Gee Cee replied | 01 Jul

Om (also spelled Aum) is a Hindu sacred sound that is considered the greatest of all mantras.
Om is composed of the three sounds A+U+M {in Sanskrit, the vowels A and U combine to become O} and the symbols threefold nature is central to its meaning.
It represent :--
The three worlds - Earth, Atmosphere, and Heaven
The three major Hindu gods - Brahma, Vishnu,...  more»
Om (also spelled Aum) is a Hindu sacred sound that is considered the greatest of all mantras.
Om is composed of the three sounds A+U+M {in Sanskrit, the vowels A and U combine to become O} and the symbols threefold nature is central to its meaning.
It represent :--
The three worlds - Earth, Atmosphere, and Heaven
The three major Hindu gods - Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva
The three sacred Vedic scriptures - Rg, Yajur, and Sama
Om mystically embodies the essence of the entire universe. This meaning is further deepened by the Indian philosophical belief that God first created sound and the universe comes from it.
As the most sacred sound, Om is the root of the universe and everything that exists and it continues to hold everything together. «less

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