Yoga Asanas are not designed to develop muscles, but rather to bring the whole body to the peak of physical perfection and top efficiency by series of carefully designed positions.
Pranayama Lack of oxygen is a prime cause of tiredness of brain fatigue and headaches, but in actuality the effects are deeper and far more reaching. There are three distinct types of breathing:
- Abdominal breathing
- Clavicular Breathing
- Thoracic breathing
Mudras are the developed form of asanas. In asanas, senses are primary and prana is secondary. Whereas in mudras, senses are secondary and pranas are primary. According to the science of mudras, the coordinated action of five elements (Fire, water, space, earth and air) controls the internal glands, body parts and their functions are regulated and the dormant powers of the body are awakened.
Good nutrition means your body gets all the nutrients, vitamins and minerals it needs to work its best. Good nutrition can help:
- Reduce the risk of some diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, some cancers and osteoporosis
- Reduce high blood pressure
- Lower high cholesterol
- Improve your well-being
- Increase your energy level
Meditation is a practice in which an individual uses a technique such as mindfulness or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought or activity for focus, attention or awareness and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state. Yogsar promotes all of above practices for holistic well being of an individual. In an hour long session we do a bit of asanas, pranayama, kriyas and meditation or relaxation. Our nutrition tips in every class are the highlight. Our regular posts on Instagram for key tips is to keep our clients abreast of wellness and nutrition.
Yoga asanas are not designed to develop muscles, but rather to bring the whole body to the peak of physical perfection and top efficiency by series of carefully designed positions.