Surya Namaskar And Their Benefits

Surya Namaskar (Sanskrit: सूर्यनमस्कार), it is also called by name Sun Salutation, It is a Yoga to warm up the whole body by Surya Namaskara routine based on a sequence of graciously linked asanas. The terminology refers to the symbolism of Sun as the soul and the source of all life its light. It is relatively a modern practice that developed in the 20th century.

Without the sun there is no life exist on Earth, and the Surya Namaskaras or the Sun Salutations, as they are popularly called, are an ancient method of showing gratitude or paying respect to earth the sun that is the source of all forms of life on the earth.

The best time to practice the Sun Salutation is early in the morning when the sun is rising. You must make sure your stomach and bowels are empty.

The ancient yogis say that the different parts of the body are ruled by different devas or godly urges of light. The Surya Namaskaras are a complete body workout. Doing 12 sets of this exercise transforms into undertaking 288 powerful yoga asanas in a period of 12 to 15 minutes.

In a single round of Surya Namaskaras helps you burn out up to 13.90 calories. With this as a primary benchmark, you can decide how many sets to do at a time. In a practice, you should be able to do 108-time Surya Namaskar and as you attempt to reach that numbers, you will automatically become fit and toned.

Steps of Surya Namaskar

Position 1

Namaskar (Salute)

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Standing Pose

Start in a standing position, pranama pose, facing the sun. Both your feet should touch each other then palms joined together, in prayer pose.

Position 2

Ardha Chandrasana (Half moon Pose)

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Inhale, breathe in, raise both arms above your head and little slightly backward-curving your back.

Position 3

Padangusthasana (Hand to foot pose)

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Exhale, breathe out, bend forward and touches the mat, both palms in line with your feet, forehead touching your knees.

Position 4

Surya Dharshan (Sun Sight Pose)

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Inhale, bring a right foot forward position in Between two hand. Your Both hands should be decisively planted on your mat, your left foot between your hands, head tilted towards the ceiling.

Position 5

Purvothanasana (Inclined Plane)

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Inhale, bring your Both foot away from your body, in a big backward step. Both your hands should be definitely planted on your mat, your left foot between your hands, head slanted towards the ceiling.

Position 6

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward facing Dog Pose)

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Exhale, breathe out pushes your hips up towards in mounted position, forming an upward mountain. Your arms should be straight and aligned with your head.

Position 7

Sashtand Dandawat (Forhead, Chest, Knee to floor pose)

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Exhale, breathe out, Your lower body down till your forehead, chest, knees, hands, and feet are touching the mat and your butt sloped up. You could take a normal breath in this pose.

Position 8

Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

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As you inhale, make a gentle effort to push the chest forward; as you exhale, make a gentle effort to push the navel down. Tuck the toes under. Ensure you’re stretching just as much as you can; do not force your body.

Position 9

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward facing Dog Pose)

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Take a deep inhalation, slowly down forward till your head is up, your back arched concave, as much as possible.

Position 10

Surya Dharshan (Sun Sight Pose)

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Inhale, bring a right foot forward position in Between two hand. Your Both hands should be decisively planted on your mat, your left foot between your hands, head tilted towards the ceiling.

Position 11

Padangusthasana (Hand to foot pose)

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Exhaling deeply, rise up and touch the mat, keeping both your palms in line with your feet, forehead touching your knees.

Position 12

Ardha Chandrasana (Half moon Pose)

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Inhale, breathe in, raise both arms above your head and little slightly backward-curving your back.

Position 13

Namaskar (Salute)

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Return to a standing position, pranama pose, facing the sun. Both your feet should touch each other then palms joined together, in prayer pose.

Surya Namaskar Benefits

  • It Strengthens the entire digestive system including stomach, pancreas, intestines, liver, and cures, and prevents constipation.
  • It purifies the heart and will cure and prevent blood pressure, shiver.
  • It Strengthens the neck, shoulders, arms, wrists, fingers, back, stomach, waist, abdomen, intestines, thighs, knees, calves and ankles.
  • It Will free to women of morning sickness and warped taste and appetite, peculiar to pregnant women and regarded as expected.
  • If you do every day Practicing, the Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are also balanced.
  • Depression is improved and nervousness is reduced.
  • Sleep and concentration are improved.
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Balasana(Child Pose) Techniques and its Benefits

Balasana –Child Pose- (bah-LAHS-uh-nuh) — is a very common yoga pose. Balasana is a resting pose in a child asana. It is often used as a resting position after some difficult yoga poses and when you get tired to do yoga practice. The word “Balasana” comes from the Sanskrit words “bala” means “child” and “asana” means “pose”. It is a resting pose that stresses the thighs and also helps to relieve the pain in the back. If this asana we do with full gravitational pull, one thing notice that a great sense of mental, physical and emotional comfort.

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Child Pose Technique

Kneel on the floor. Touch your big toes together and sit on your heels, then separate your knees about as wide as your hips.

Exhale and lay your torso down between your thighs. Move your sacrum across the back of your pelvis and contracted your hip points toward the navel point, so that they settle down onto the inner thighs. Increase your tailbone away from the back of the pelvis while you lift the base of your skull away from the back of your neck.

Place your hands on the floor together with your torso, palms up, and release the front of your shoulders toward the floor and feel how the heaviness of the front shoulders pull the shoulders blades wide across your back.

Balasana is a resting pose. Stay anywhere from 30 seconds to a few minutes. Beginners can also use Balasana to get a taste of a deep forward bend, where the torso rests on the thighs. Stay in the position for 1 to 3 minutes. To come up, first, lengthen the front torso, and then with an inhalation lift from the tailbone as it presses down and into the pelvis.

Benefits of Balasana (Child pose)

  • It will help to release tension.
  • It helps to cure back pain and shoulders.
  • This asana is highly recommended, especially if you have faintness or exhaustion during the day or during your workout.
  • It helps to relieve stress and Fatigue.
  • It helps to massage and flex the internal organs of the body, keeping them active and supple.
  • This asana helps to stretch and lengthen the spine.
  • If this asana is made with support on the head and torso, it relieves pain in the lower back and neck.
  • It increases blood circulation throughout the body.
  • It inspires the right way to breathe and composed the body and mind.
  • Stretches and Strengthens muscle of hips, thighs, and ankles

Tips

Use Child Pose throughout practicing  whenever you want a break between poses or you to get tired in between practicing. Get back to the yoga pose practice when you are feeling normal.

Breathe consciously and fully into the back of your torso. lets Imagine your back is moving toward the maximum, allowing the spine to extend and broaden. With each exhalation, release your front torso a little deeper into the pose.

Cautions

  • You can use pillows under your forehead if it is difficult to place on the floor.
  • Diarrhea
  • Pregnancy
  • Knee injury: Avoid Balasana unless you have the supervision of an experienced teacher.
  •  Always work within your own range of limits. Take doctor advice before practicing yoga.

Importance and Benefits of Pranayama, Breathing Techniques

Vinyasa-sunrise-yogaPranayama (Sanskrit: प्राणायाम ) is a Sanskrit word translated as “breath control”.The word is composed of two Sanskrit words: prana meaning life force and either ayama are to restrain or control the prana, implying a set of breathing techniques where the breath is intentionally altered in order to produce specific results. It is a yogic way and its origins in ancient India. It serves as the link between the consciousness and the mind. It was believed that once the breath starts to wander, the mind also becomes unsteady. Once the breath is still, your mind is still as well.

Importance Of Pranayama

Pranayama plays a very important role in Yoga that directly or indirectly affects the proper functioning of different systems of the body. If you practice pranayama regularly, it shows beneficial impacts upon the respiratory system, circulatory system, digestive system and endocrine system. Pranayama makes sure more oxygen to lungs and good for hearts too. Pranayama tones up kidney and control the functions of nervous system. Kumbhaka of breath helps the supply of oxygen or exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide thus facilitates better work of lungs and helps the brain to work more efficiently. Pranayama affects autonomic nervous system which controls heart rate, glandular secretions, respiration, digestion and blood pressure.

Patanjali Yoga Sutra Knowledge Sheet 85

Contd. from knowledge sheet 84
“Tasminsati shwasaprashwasayorgativicchedaha pranayama’’ (II Sutra 49)
“In that state of being in asana or posture, breaking the movement of inspiratory or expiratory breath is regulation of breath.”
There, in that state of asana, obstructing the flow of breath that is natural. You are blocking the natural flow because your flow is not natural at all. We have made our breath so unnatural, is unnatural. So whatever is natural is now unnatural. We have to revert backward. How do you revert back? It’s not just by accepting what is. “However the breath is going, I accept it”. No. Gati vichchedaha – break its movement. Break the movement of the breath by consciously breathing long, subtly and with counts and having attention at different places.

The next sutra:

“Bahyabhyantarastambhavruttirdeshakalasankhyabhihi parid rash to dirgha suksh maha’’ (II Sutra 50)
“Internal and external breath and total restraint of breath is regulated by place, time and number and thus the breath becomes long and subtle.”
This one sutra has described all the pranayamas, just one sutra. Breath in, hold and breath out with different counts; while having attention on different parts of the body. In one sentence, in one sutra, all the pranayamas are summed up.

There is one more pranayama which happens automatically. When all the thoughts, ideas in the mind and the objects are cleared, there is a natural pranayama which starts. It throws out all the impurities from the mind. That is the fourth pranayama.

“Bahyabhyantaravishayakshepi chat rt haha’’ (II Sutra 51)
The fourth type of pranayama happens when the regions of internal and external breaths have been gone beyond of.

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Types Of Pranayama

  1. Quiet Breathing, Deep Breathing, Fast Breathing
  2. Tribandha and Pranayama
  3. Nadi Shuddhi Pranayama
  4. Ujjayi Pranayama
  5. Bhramari Pranayama
  6. Pranayama from Hatha Yoga (Surya Bhedan, Bhasrika, Ujjayi, Shitali, Sitkari, Bhramari, Murchha & Plavini Pranayama)

Benefits of Pranayama

  1. Pranayama creates oxygen circulation smooth, helps in weight regulation by melting fat as more oxygen burns more fat.
    Pranayama is the key of Intelligence.
  2. It provides lightness to the body; acts as diseases destructor brings vigor and power.
  3. Pranayama helps in lungs expansion thereby improves its efficiency and makes it healthy.
  4. It also helps in contending blood pressure and heart diseases; makes digestion smooth.
  5. It cures the phlegm, mucus and tonsillitis problems. Makes your gums and teeth healthy.
  6. Pranayama transfers stillness and calmness to the mind, increased concentration and stability of mind.
  7. Pranayama is good for physical, mental and spiritual happiness.

Best Yoga Poses To Avoid High Blood Pressure| Vinyasa Yoga

In todays world every person suffer from High blood Pressure Problem . Now Question is arising “How could you avoid high blood pressure to maintain your healthy life” that is Yoga . Yoga has marvelous assistances such as increased flexibility, better concentration, stress relieve, stronger bones and muscles, and much more. But for some people with certain conditions, yoga needs to be practiced with extra safety.The practice of Yoga poses(Vinyasa Yoga) (Hatha Yoga) offers tremendous health and wellness benefits. High blood pressure is a serious health condition that generates many possible contraindications especially in Yoga postures that invert the head below the level of the heart.

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What Is High Blood Pressure?

When your heart beats pumps your blood round your body to give the energy and oxygen it needs. As the blood moves, it pushes against the sides of the blood vessels. The strong point of this pushing is your blood pressure. If your blood pressure is too high, it puts extra stress on your heart and this may lead to heart attacks and strokes.

There are two types of blood pressure:

  1. Systolic blood pressure refers to the pressure inside your arteries when your heart is pumping.
  2. Diastolic pressure is the pressure inside your arteries when your heart is resting between beats.

Causes of High Blood Pressure

  1. Smoking
  2. Coffee or other caffeinated drinks
  3. A full bladder
  4. Recent physical activity
  5. Consume too much salt.
  6. Don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables.
  7. Do not workout.
  8. Overweight
  9. Drink too much alcohol.
  10. Tension
  11. Blood pressure is also affected by your emotional state and the time of day

What are the poses To avoid High Blood pressure?

Some of these poses are :

  1. Sukhasana
  2. Uttanasana
  3. Adho Mukha Svanasana
  4. Virasana
  5. Baddha Konasana
  6. Supta Padangusthasana
  7. Setu Bandhasana

Sukhasana

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The Sukhasana is also called the Easy Pose. It is a meditative pose that works on calming both the mind and the body. Asanas works on the nervous system and regulates its stroke. It successfully aids in reducing hypertension, and therefore, directly or indirectly works on bringing down blood pressure.

Uttanasana(Standing Forward Bends)

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Helps reduce fatty deposits in the abdominal region, thus enabling weight loss. It also acts as an effective stress reliever and normalizes high blood pressure.

Adho Mukha Svanasana

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Benefits Of Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose) Adho Mukha Svanasana leaves you feeling energized and rejuvenated. It calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression. It growths the spine and supports the muscles of the chest thereby increasing lung capacity.

Virasan

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This asana is a meditative pose, so it is best if you practice this pose in the morning. But you could do it in the evening as well. It gives the ankles, thighs, and knees a good stretch.It improves the circulation of blood in the legs and relieves tired legs.It helps cure high blood pressure, asthma, and flat feet.

Baddha Konasana(Bound Angel Pose)

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Stimulates the heart and leads to better circulation of blood all over the body. It also relieves stress and weariness.Baddha Konasana also known as the Butterfly or Bound Angle Pose, is a seated pose that strengthens and opens the hips and groin while eradicating abdominal discomfort. During each exercise, will make sure to maintain a focus on your proper breathing.

Supta Padangusthasana

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This asana stretches the arms and legs, allowing the release of the trapped stress in the limbs. When all the energy blocks are opened up, blood and oxygen flow are improved. The back is also stretched and relaxed. It is a great asana to practice when your ultimate goal is to bring down blood pressure.

Setu Bandhasana(Bridge pose)

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Stretches the chest, neck, spine, and hips. Strengthens the back, buttocks, and hamstrings. Improves circulation of blood. Helps alleviate stress and mild depression.

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Benefits of Yoga in Human body

Improves your flexibility

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Improved flexibility is one of the first and most obvious benefits of yoga. During your first class, you probably won’t be able to touch your toes, never mind do a backbend. But if you stick with it, you’ll notice a gradual loosening, and eventually, seemingly impossible poses will become possible. You’ll also probably notice that aches and pains start to disappear.

Builds muscle strength

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Strong muscles do more than look good. They also protect us from conditions like arthritis and back pain, and help prevent falls in elderly people. And when you build strength through yoga, you balance it with flexibility.

Yoga helps in stress relief

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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 experience the calming effects of yoga in your body within yourself.

Yoga helps in improving immunity

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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 strengthens muscles; breathing techniques and meditation release stress and improve immunity in our body.

Increases your blood flow

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Yoga gets your blood flowing. More specifically, the relaxation exercises you learn in yoga can help your circulation, especially in your hands and feet. Yoga also gets more oxygen to your cells, which function better as a result. Twisting poses are thought to wring out venous blood from internal organs.

Helps in healthy lifestyle

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Move more, eat less—that’s the adage of many a dieter. Yoga can help on both fronts. A regular practice gets you moving and burns calories, and the spiritual and emotional dimensions of your practice may encourage you to address any eating and weight problems on a deeper level. Yoga may also inspire you to become a more conscious eater.

Helps you focus

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An important component of yoga is focusing on the present. Studies have found that regular yoga practice improves coordination, reaction time, memory, and even IQ scores. Regularly practicing yoga increases proprioception (the ability to feel what your body is doing and where it is in space) and improves balance.

Eases your pain

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Yoga can ease your pain. According to several studies, asana, meditation, or a combination of the two, reduced pain in people with arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other chronic conditions. When you relieve your pain, your mood improves, you’re more inclined to be active towards your body and your work.

Helps you serve others

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Karma yoga (service to others) is integral to yogic philosophy. And while you may not be inclined to serve others, your health might improve if you do. Serving others can give meaning to your life that who you are and and for what you were here.

Builds awareness for transformation in our body

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Yoga and meditation build awareness and the more aware you are, the easier it is to break free of destructive emotions like anger. Yoga appears to reduce anger by increasing feelings of compassion and interconnection and by calming the nervous system and the mind.

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Mantras , chanting and Prayers in Vinyasa Yoga School India

Like a yoga and meditation in Rishikesh every one is talking about mantras , chanting and prayers . if we are talking about mantras what does it exactly means , why we need mantras , what are the benefits in our daily life , how to do mantras, chanting and prayers and how are you supposed to use it?

What are Mantras , Chanting and Prayers?

The word “mantras” is a combination of two words Man and tra , which means mind, and “tra,” which means passage or motor vehicle. In other words, a mantra is an implement of the mind—a powerful sound or vibration that you can use to enter a deep state of inner soul and concentration.

Mantras to be used for the purification of the astral body, leading to the upliftment of mind nad emotions. Chanting tunes the refined vibrations to the cosmic occurrences. Once modified, the practitioner can enjoy a yoga, automatic harmony with the divine, alive in the oceans of bliss.

Mantra yoga neutralizes  agitation and inertia, which allows the practitioner to move into a more pure state of consciousness. Chanting mantras calms the mind, brings focus and is great for controlling the breath. Mantra yoga is highly beneficial to the practitioner as it improves overall health and mental stability.

Although Mantra yoga is generally considered an innovation of Hinduism in the ancient period and after that  it has been adopted and developed by other religions as well. Some of the Religions like Buddhism and Jainism have embraced Mantra yoga as part of their own efforts to reach enlightenment.

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Why we need mantras?

Chanting is not just about religion and spirituality, rather it’s a combination of sound, breath and rhythm that helps you to channelise your energy. The mantras have both psychological and physiological effects on your body. Here are few ways chanting can improve your mental and physical health.

But How could it improve your Health: It could improve your health in particular areas like

  1. Calms the mind and soul.
  2. Vedic mantras help in balancing the chakras.
  3. Increases concentration and learning power.
  4. Improves immunity ,purify  heart and Improves your breathing.
  5. It Helps cure asthma to some extent
  6. Helps to release stress.
  7. Gives your skin a glow.
  8. Improves the working of your nerves.
  9. Helps beat damage caused due to stress.
  10. Strengthens the mind and keeps depression at bay.
  11.  Increases radiance.

 

How to do mantras?

One of the goals of chanting mantras is to feel their refined atmospheres. This sensation can help you effect positive changes and enter a deep state of meditation. Each mantra has different sound and you want to find one that resembles to your meaning.

1.Repeatition of mantras helps you to dissconnect  from out of surrounding and it helps you to focused in your intention this will arise during meditation.

  1. When you will start mantra meditation, sit in a  cross-legged position with your hips preeminent above your knees with your eyes closed properly. It will help you sit with a straight spine more comfortably, which is the best position for your body to absorb the mantra’s vibrations and focus on your intention.

3.Don’t control on your breath and focus on your Mantras chanting.

  1. Chant your chosen mantra. It’s time to chant your chosen mantra! There are no prescribed times or ways to chant your mantra, so do what feels best to you. Even a small amount of mantra chanting can have many benefits to you.
  1. Always chant at a silent place where no disturbance because disturbance break your concentration and chanting mantras doesn’t listen to you at the time of chanting.

Some of the famous mantras and their Translation:

Universal Mantra:

Om, or Aum, is a deeply divine sound, an all-embracing sound of the universe. A single syllable that is the sound of harmony itself, and when we chant it, we invite that harmony within us.

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Translation : Om is the original and most powerful mantra. It is the prime sound of the divine in its essential manifestation. In the beginning was the word and the word is om.

A Mantra for Healing:

The Mrityunjaya (mrit-yoon-jaya) Mantra is a secret mantra that was only passed along verbally for generations. It is widely known now, as a healing mantra to ward off illness, improve health (mental and physical), and even untimely death.

“Om Trayambakam Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushti Vardhanam

Urvarukam Iva Bandhanan Mrityor Mukshiya Mamritat”

Simple Translation: I implore you, the Source of the cycle of birth, life and death, to free me from its bondage, make me fearless, and lead me to the absolute truth and bliss.

Peace Mantra:

It is meant to be a call (as well as your innersoul) for Shanti, meaning peace in Sanskrit. Peace within, peace without, and peace divine.

“Om Shanti: Shanti: Shanti:”

Translation : Peace peace peace

Gayatri mantra:

“Om Bhur Bhuvah Swaha, Tat Savitur Vareneyam

Bhargo Devasya Dheemahi, Dhiyoyo Nah Prachodayat”

Translation: The dawning, the day and the dusking, Those most excellent daughters of the sun, the radiant forms coming from the goads, I meditate upon you and reach out to you. This is my offering.

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Checklist To Help You Search For The Best Yoga Courses In Rishikesh

Joining a yoga teacher training in India program is a very enlightening experience. Even if you do not plan on using this knowledge for teaching other students for the rest of your life, still having this knowledge in your kitty, would be a big benefit for you personally as well. Therefore, if you believe in the fact that the art of yoga is the best way of leading a healthy lifestyle, then you must find and join a good yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India institution.

200 yoga teacher training Rishikesh, India designed for training individuals to become yoga teachers need to be more comprehensive and detailed than the Vinyasa yoga courses in Rishikesh india designed for individuals for self benefit. Therefore, you need to ensure that the Yoga TTC school you join for teacher training program is a trustworthy and reputed institute.

Below are a few checkpoints which will help you in ensuring that you join only the best institutes for the purpose of yoga training.

Certified From Yoga Alliance

Yoga Alliance is an international body which monitors and governs the activities of all its member institutions and ensures that they impart quality education in the field of yoga to all their students. Almost all the good yoga training institutes get themselves certified through this alliance. This certification is a proof that the institute has all the basic infrastructure and requirements necessary for imparting quality yoga training. Hence, before you join any yoga retreat in Rishikesh, along with checking out the various facilities offered by them, also make sure that the same has a proper and valid certificate from this international Yoga Alliance. Without this certification, there is absolutely no guarantee about the quality of services and training that this institute would impart to its students, since there is no higher authority to monitor and check the same. Besides this, when you take training from a  certified institution, once you start your own yoga school, your training from a certified institute can turn into your biggest selling point.

Anatomy As Part Of Curriculum

Anatomy is a big part of yoga. Different yoga postures and breathing exercises have different effects on different parts of the body. It is very important to have knowledge about the anatomy of the human body and how it gets affected by yoga. It is only through this knowledge that you would be able to design customized yoga sessions for your students to help them solve their individual health problems. Hence, before joining any yoga training institute, you need to make sure that they have a separate and a dedicated segment where they teach you comprehensively about the correlation between anatomy and yoga.

Quality Of Instructors

The institute offering classes for yoga in Rishikesh may have the necessary infrastructure ad may have designed a very good and comprehensive syllabus for its students, but if the teachers are not good at their job, everything else would be a waste. Hence, it is important that you do a background check on the teachers at the institute and ensure that they are the best in their field.

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Search And Join Only The Best Vinyasa Yoga School in Rishikesh

From small kids to old people, everyone these days are actively practicing the art of yoga in order to improve their health. Unlike many other forms of exercises, yoga not only helps in weight loss, but helps in increasing the flexibility of your body and is useful in the treatment of many medical conditions as well. However, in order to reap the full benefits of yoga, one needs to make sure that each and every pose that you make in should be done precisely and accurately. Your breathing technique also needs to be absolutely correct. Thus, The yoga instructor, you choose for yourself, plays a very important role in ensuring that you are able to enjoy maximum benefits through the art of yoga. There are yoga schools present in every city these days, however, not every Vinyasa yoga school is able to teach good Vinyasa yoga in India.

There are many people who do not just want to learn this art of yoga for themselves, but are looking for a Vinyasa yoga teacher training India school, where they will be able to learn all the technicalities of yoga and use this knowledge for teaching other people yoga as well. Below are a few important points which you should take into consideration at the time of choosing a Rishikesh Vinyasa yoga school for yourself:

Location Of The School

The first thing that you need to consider at the time of finding a school for learning the art of yoga is its location. Yoga is generally done early in the morning and you would need to do a long term course in the same in order to become competent enough in it so that you are able to then move and start your own yoga school. Therefore, you need to find a Vinyasa Yoga Rishikesh teacher training school which is located close to your place and is conveniently approachable for you. It is very important to understand here that in order to excel in this art, one needs to practice it regularly, without missing out any classes, and hence, you cannot join an institute which is far away from your place or there is no proper public transport connection to same, as these commuting problems can actually become reasons for you missing out on important yoga classes.

Teacher Training Course

A yoga which is taught to people for their personal health and benefit is slightly different from the yoga that is taught to people as a training for them to become yoga teachers. When training to become a yoga teacher, you would need a more comprehensive and in depth knowledge of this art form. From simple yoga poses to complicated postures, you will need to learn about everything and how each yoga asana affects the different parts of our body, both externally as well as internally. Hence, before joining any yoga school, check out its Vinyasa yoga teacher training course in Rishikesh,India and ensure that it is perfect for your training as a yoga teacher.

Choose The Best

Try to contact your friends and family and find out which is the best yoga teacher training institute in your city and join the best school for your yoga training.