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A Holistic Approach to Yoga
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Yoga is a unified approach to self-development, which is designed to balance and harmonize the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and well-being. While some practitioners of Yoga display extreme flexibility, the heart of yoga is less dramatic and can be practiced by people of all ages and all levels. Yoga has its roots in the Hindu culture of India. However, the practice of Yoga is nonsectarian promotion of health and harmonious living. The word "Yoga" means, collectively, "or" unite ". So, yoga is a process of integration and balance body, mind and soul. Many of us live in an uncoordinated manner as our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs fight each other to create frustration and confusion, rather than fulfillment.

To achieve this Union, yoga combines physical postures, movements, mental concentration, deep breathing, meditation, relaxation and good nutrition. practise yoga, the body is aware of moves with gratmoglicher care is different specific (asanas), accompanied by deep rhythmic breathing. The word "asanas" comes from a word that means "easy". The purpose of the attitude is to "ease" in your body through a combination of stretching, holding, breathing , Balance, resistance and mindfulness.

Various, can help reduce and in some cases, relief from various physical symptoms. These symptoms are arthritis, asthma, respiratory disorders, back /neck problems, chronic fatigue, diabetes, headaches, heart disease, infertility , Insomnia, pain, PMS, menopause and weight management.

Yoga benefits both the external and internal physical body. Muscles develop, tone and strength, while flexibility, balance, coordination and energy increased. Glands, nerves, tissues, internal organs and the Nervous system are affected in a positive and healthy manner.

One the muscles yoga benefits is the heart. Increased blood volume through the heart reduces the blood pressure. Typically in the West we increase the blood flow through aerobic exercise. However, certain postures such as inverted shoulder, and headstands cause more blood to pass through the heart, when the head. Other attitudes and press the muscles by crossing the legs, arching the back, knees and twisting. With muscles in this way demands oxygen from the blood circulatory system. Yoga improves Blood circulation brings more oxygen and nutrients to every cell, tissue and organ. Poor circulation leads to under-oxygen, malnourished, dirty cells and as a result of poor organ function.

The is accompanied by deep breathing, stimulates the regeneration and rejuvenation of the age structure retarding Process. The manner in which these movements are made is an essential element. Yoga is never a goal-oriented, powerful, judgmental or competitive, but a process or lifelong journey. In essence, yoga is a positive approach leads to enhanced performance, self - - Awareness, peace and the quality of life.

 
 

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