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Nishat 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Vishal replied | 19 Aug

OBVIOUSLY YES. IT GIVE SHAPE, FLEXIBILITY TO YOUR BODY

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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

Yes..

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Prantosh 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

We can't mention only this pose is toughest like that.

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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

It depends on peoples body flexibility.

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Vishal replied | 19 Aug

RUNNING. BECAUSE NO EXERCISE AND YOGA CAN REPLACE THE BENIFITS LIKE FITNESS BY RUNNING THATS WHY ALL THE EXERCISES IN ARMY AND FORCES REQUIRED RUNNIND. YOGA HAVE OTHER BENITS

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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

Yoga is will increase your fitness and it gives peace of mind.. Peace of mind is very important in your life.

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Nandini 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Ayon replied | 03 Aug

its a inner learning. self relaization

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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

Jnana yoga is a yoga of knowledge

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Shiva Kumar replied | 16 Aug

astanga yoga

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Chinmayee replied | 18 Aug

There is a term for it. It is called "post-natal' Yoga. Post-Natal Yoga mainly focuses on working on Back strength and core strength. Along with this lot of easy-going exercises to get mother back into shape!

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Ayon replied | 03 Aug

yes madam

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Dr. Preeti replied | 16 Aug

Before you begin your practice, pls make sure that there is a gap of min 2.5 hours with a meal. Liquids like tea/ juice can be taken 45 mins prior. Light snacks 1.5 hours prior. Also, consult a trainer if you are suffering from some ailment like high blood pressure. In that case, headstands and forward bends need to be restricted as blood rushes to the head in such poses.

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Akash 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Rajappa replied | 30 Jul

Mind and physical body combined together and strengthened is hatha yoga

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Ayon replied | 03 Aug

we are pactice asana its all about hatha yoga

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Shreyas 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Vishal replied | 19 Aug

Raja means King. A king acts with independence, self-confidence and assurance. Likewise, a Raja Yogi is autonomous, independent and fearless. Raja Yoga is the path of self-discipline and practice.
Raja Yoga is also known as Ashtanga Yoga (Eight Steps of Yoga), because it is organised in eight parts:
Yama - Self-control
Niyama- Discipline
Asana - Physical exercises
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Raja means King. A king acts with independence, self-confidence and assurance. Likewise, a Raja Yogi is autonomous, independent and fearless. Raja Yoga is the path of self-discipline and practice.
Raja Yoga is also known as Ashtanga Yoga (Eight Steps of Yoga), because it is organised in eight parts:
Yama - Self-control
Niyama- Discipline
Asana - Physical exercises
Pranayama - Breath exercises
Pratyahara - Withdrawal of the senses from external objects
Dharana - Concentration
Dhyana - Meditation
Samadhi - Complete Realisation
The eight steps of Raja Yoga provide systematic instruction to attain inner peace, clarity, self-control and Realisation.
Aparigraha - Non-Accumulation of Possessions
We should not accumulate goods, but only acquire and use what we need to live. One who has many possessions, also has many worries. We are born without belongings and when we again depart from this world, we leave all behind. Nonaccumulation also means to grant other people their freedom - not to hold onto others. In letting go, we also free ourselves. Therefore, to give freedom means to also to be free one’s self.
Niyama - Discipline

consists of five principles:
Shauca - Purity
Not only external purity, but more importantly, inner purity. Our clothing, our body, as well as our thoughts and feelings should be pure. The same holds true for the people we associate with. For our spiritual development it is of great benefit to keep good company of people who impart a good influence upon us, who are spiritual and support us with their wisdom.
Santosh - Contentment
Contentment is the greatest wealth we are able to possess. The Indian poet Tulsidas, said: “You may possess mines of gold and precious stone, but inner discontent destroys all wealth”. We can attain contentment only when we recognise that all worldly goods bring disappointment and that inner wealth provides more happiness than material possessions.
Tapa - Self-Control, Self-Discipline
In life, when we encounter adversity and obstacles, we should never give up. Rather we should continue on our chosen path with firm determination. To continue to practice, with self-discipline, patience and perseverance - this is the key to success.
Svadhyaya - Study of the Holy Scriptures
As Yoga aspirants we ought to acquaint ourselves with the traditional scriptures of Yoga philosophy, such as the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, etc. These scriptures impart valuable knowledge and provide great assistance on our Yoga path.
Ishvara Pranidhana - Devotion to God
Hand over all that you do to the Divine Self with pure devotion. God protects all who surrender with trust and faith.
Asana - Physical Exercises and
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Pranayama - Breath Exercises

In the process of controlling the body and breath, Raja Yogis also achieve control of the mind. This leads to an awakening of those inner powers which will continue to give guidance on the spiritual path.
Pratyahara - Withdrawal of the Senses

Yogis are in the position of being able to direct their mind and senses at will, either inward or outward. Just like a tortoise can withdraw its limbs and head under its shell and extend them out again. Once there is controlled Pratyahara there is gained an independence from external conditions. One can immediately withdraw the senses from external objects and also, when desired, use the senses consciously, with full awareness.
In the first stages of meditation we practice Pratyahara, keeping the body motionless, the eyes closed, the mind quiet and the attention directed inward. There are special techniques through which we can practice Pratyahara. One meditation exercise initially directs attention to external sounds, their nature, distance, etc. - simply observing the sound. Gradually awareness is withdrawn to one’s “inner space” to the sounds within the body (heartbeat, blood circulation, etc.). It is only when one has mastered the step of Pratyahara that we can progress to concentration.
Dharana - Concentration

Dharana means to focus one’s thoughts and feelings upon a single object. Usually we succeed with this for only a short time, then other thoughts come and distract us. We become aware of our lack of concentration after just a few minutes. Until we are capable of concentration on a thought or object for any length of time, in any situation, we still have not mastered Dharana.
Candle meditation (Trataka), specific Asanas and Pranayamas, as well as the repetition of Mantra, greatly help in improving the ability to concentrate.
Dhyana - Meditation

All meditation techniques are only preliminary exercises for true meditation. One cannot learn to meditate, just as we cannot “learn” to sleep. Sleep just happens when our body becomes relaxed and quiet. Meditation happens when the mind is quiet. In meditation there is no imagination, because imagination arises from the intellect. We can compare the human brain to a powerful computer that has enormous storage capacity. All the data of the Universe may be stored there, but this “computer” is also limited. Our human brain can only reproduce what has been fed into it. But in meditation, we experience pure being. The moment the intellect is still and the individual ego ceases to exist, Divine light shines within the heart and we are one with it.
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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

Raja yoga is study with mind.
It's a ashtanga yoga.
In raja yoga 8 limbs are there.
3rd step is asanas(postures)

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Prince 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Shiva Kumar replied | 16 Aug

No not there type of yoga

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Chinmayee replied | 18 Aug

Well I haven't heard of something called 'Water Yoga' But there is "Aqua Yoga.' Basically, you do yoga in a pool.

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Vivekchettri 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

Can people really float on water by doing yoga?

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Asima Kumar replied | 30 Jul

For floating on water u dont need yoga.U can by learning swiming

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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

Yes..it's possible with pranayama

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Nandita 23 Jul in  Yoga Classes

How is your inspiration for yoga?

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Chinmayee replied | 18 Aug

The inspiration to do Yoga or teach Yoga?
I do yoga because it clears and my mind and it is me-time. It like pausing the constant running of mind. It makes me want to be a better person.
I teach Yoga because it gives me great satisfaction to see my students achieve there goals. Because I am in profession where I can actually make lot of difference to people's life!

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Sri Ramadasu.kavitha replied | 20 Aug

Ramakrishna math.

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Anita 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Harshad J replied | 06 Aug

There is no age limit for performing yoga, but certainly medical condition are to be considered before starting yoga. Do discuss it with your teacher or guru for your own benefit.

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Harshad J replied | 06 Aug

There is no age limit to practice Yoga. But it is certainly advisable to consider the medical condition before commencing the practice.

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Harshad J replied | 06 Aug

Namaste. Religion is a personal matter. If you believe it is well and fine. If not no problem, don't fear god, fear your action and karma.

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Dr. Preeti replied | 11 Aug

Neval, yoga is not a religion. It is a way of life, wherein you bring into union the trinity of your existence- body, mind & soul. Faith in the supreme soul/ God/ Universe/ Nature/ supreme power will help you take your yogic practice to an entirely different level.

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Ujwalajagdale 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

With a proper diet is Bikram Yoga good for weight loss?

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Asima Kumar replied | 29 Jul

Hi Ujwalajagdale
Weight loss is a combination of yoga and diet and lifestyle changes.Any form of yoga helps in maintaining weight because it strengthens your mind and develops determination.With this nothing is impossible.

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Sumeet replied | 03 Aug

It may prove beneficial for weight loss loss provided 1) the participant is not att the beginner's level & 2) the set up of yoga hall is complete n foolproof. Ideally 40 temp. Shud be maintained for Bikram Yoga. Where the participants are adviced to drink warm water before the session so this warmth n heat in n around the body helps regulate the energy smoothly n enhances the process...  more»
It may prove beneficial for weight loss loss provided 1) the participant is not att the beginner's level & 2) the set up of yoga hall is complete n foolproof. Ideally 40° temp. Shud be maintained for Bikram Yoga. Where the participants are adviced to drink warm water before the session so this warmth n heat in n around the body helps regulate the energy smoothly n enhances the process of detoxification.also reduces the risk factors of getting injured «less

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Abdul 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Rajappa replied | 23 Jul

Blindly yoga treatment could not be applied common for all patient. It is recommended if it is indispensible

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Dinesh replied | 24 Jul

Please check with your family physician.

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Sayed Naaz Fatema 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

What are the best books about yoga?

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Ayon replied | 04 Aug

lights on yoga

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Shreeya 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Venkatesh Br replied | 09 Aug

nothing like that, to practice yoga the main thing is stomach and intestines should be empty, after doing yoga its good to not to have anything minimum 20min

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Sukanta replied | 13 Aug

no..... you can do it at the time of sunrise as well as sunset, time best time for yoga

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Ayon replied | 03 Aug

yoga need less money. u can pactce short place . u can do relaxtion on your whole body organ

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Asima Kumar replied | 03 Aug

yoga works both on body and mind.Exercise works only on body.Yoga teaches you to regulate your breathing.Its for over all personality development.

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Ayon replied | 03 Aug

yes

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Harshad J replied | 06 Aug

Namaste Gayathri. There are instructions for the women while practicing Yoga. If you have any medical condition, please discuss it with your teacher or guru Then you will be guided properly. Also your Physical and Mental condition matters before starting yogic practice.

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Santosh 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Piyush Malviya replied | 27 Jul

yes

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Ayon replied | 03 Aug

yes

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Venkatesh Br replied | 09 Aug

its just the difference b/w the words seeing and watching, yoga you have to do with completely awareness within whereas the other mind concentration need not to be merged...

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Sukanta replied | 13 Aug

not much exercises is the part of yogasana you get some modify things in exercises.

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Ankit 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Raghavendra replied | 18 Jul

All aasanas under yoga trainer advice.

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Harshad J replied | 22 Jul

Physically you go to see then it will be Sukha Asan. Sitting in simple cross leg posture.
Taad asan stand with feet together and focus on your tip of the nose.
Mentally you go to see it will be don't get jealous, don't be greedy, don't hurt with words to anybody including your family, try to help this requires no special talent but lot of patience. Good luck

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Chandra 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Harshad J replied | 22 Jul

Yoga is certainly helpful to children.
1 It will help them to divert their mind to constructive field.
2 It will help them to be more flexible.
3 It will help them to be more strong mentally.
4 It will help them to grow physically.
5 It will help them to study properly.
6 It will help to develop moral Values.
7 It will help to be more responsible.
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Yoga is certainly helpful to children.
1 It will help them to divert their mind to constructive field.
2 It will help them to be more flexible.
3 It will help them to be more strong mentally.
4 It will help them to grow physically.
5 It will help them to study properly.
6 It will help to develop moral Values.
7 It will help to be more responsible.
9 It will help to fight the stress better. «less

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Asima Kumar replied | 29 Jul

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The best time to start yoga is during the schooling phase.This is the time bones are developing and the body becomes flexible.More over it helps kids during their adolesence by keeping their mind calm.Yoga is all about controlling the mind.Helps in improving memory power intellegence confidence and concentration.This is very necessary for todays kids. Physical development...  more»
Hi Chandra
The best time to start yoga is during the schooling phase.This is the time bones are developing and the body becomes flexible.More over it helps kids during their adolesence by keeping their mind calm.Yoga is all about controlling the mind.Helps in improving memory power intellegence confidence and concentration.This is very necessary for todays kids. Physical development which yoga helps them on sports etc. «less

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Mohit 15 Jul in  Yoga Classes

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Snehal replied | 18 Jul

Its the way to get connected to your self

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Harshad J replied | 22 Jul

Meditation is the stepping stone for further insights. As you practice regularly you will notice the changes in you and it will be totally different. It will help to perceive god's presence

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Sharad replied | 18 Jul

Without music. Because music will make a disturbance in doing asans, pranayams and meditations also.

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Harshad J replied | 22 Jul

Ashtanga Yoga with music like soft classical piano, violin, nature sound, hymns by krishna das, anup jalota,
it definitely it will help to connect yourself with the supreme. Certainly no cheap songs or music or blaring sounds.
The quality of music certainly matters. Very fine example is of tansen. When tansen use to sing akbar was not happy. He asked is there anyone...  more»
Ashtanga Yoga with music like soft classical piano, violin, nature sound, hymns by krishna das, anup jalota,
it definitely it will help to connect yourself with the supreme. Certainly no cheap songs or music or blaring sounds.
The quality of music certainly matters. Very fine example is of tansen. When tansen use to sing akbar was not happy. He asked is there anyone better? Tansen said yes My Guru Swami Haridas. They go to vrindavan and silently listening to Swami Haridas. Akbar was in trance. Then he ask why is I am not getting the same effect when you sing? Tansen said it is because i sing to please you and my Guru sings to please the Supreme. That is the difference. «less

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