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Had a long day at work? With your body breaking into pieces, do you also feel like your eyes are so strained that you just want to close them for some time? Well, it is time for you to feel a little alarmed because your vision is under compromise. There is not one person on this earth who doesn’t “digitally” strain her/his eyes. We spend almost all of our time staring at the screens of our phones and laptops and fail to realise its tremendous impact on our vision. It is also often said that in this modern time, when we are all surrounded by high rise buildings everywhere, our natural capability of distance gazing is also gradually diminishing. However, the good news is that there are various yoga exercises that can help you with improving your vision. Various yogic exercises help in relaxing your eye muscles and relieve irritation from your optic nerves.  All you need to do is to find yourself a comfortable and quiet spot to practice.
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posted: 9/11/19
Since the beginning, our mentors have a strong impact on our lives. Our first mentors are usually our parents and we can see how we mimic their qualities and habits, slowly making them a part of our lives. As we grow up and get into schools, our primary school teachers help shape our minds, teaching ways to absorb information from the environment and then processing it. Our upbringing and teaching help shape our futures. A good role-model will influence and encourage us to do better in life. “Teaching is the greatest act of optimism.” –Colleen Wilcox Yoga is a mindful and...
posted: 8/28/19
Read the article and learn about the effect on the lungs when you hold your breath during yoga. “When the breath is irregular, the mind is unsteady, but when the breath is still, so is the mind still and the Yogi obtains the power of stillness. Therefore, the breath should be restrained.” ~ Hatha Yoga Pradipika How Yoga affects the body and mind is not a mystery but rather pure biological science. Yoga techniques like Pranayama affect your mind and body directly, which also means that it makes an impact on the organs of your body as well. Newsflash! No, it's not rocket...
posted: 8/6/19
Practicing yoga asanas perfectly isn’t the only thing you need to progress faster; especially, when you are a beginner. The following article will help you discover the extra. Enrolling for a yoga teacher training in India is a dream of every yoga practitioner; whether a newbie or experienced. This is because, they offer a well-organized yoga schedule, experienced yoga teachers, comprehensive learning on yoga psychology and its disciplines, etc. And, the other most important thing about such programs is, they don’t discriminate between students. They welcome students from various...
posted: 7/30/19
If you are skeptical about going forward with your decision to attend Yoga teacher training because you know too less about this YTT program, read this article to learn some facts and gain clarity. The dedication to become a Yoga teacher is not so common but, the will-power and passion of some great souls are visible in the performing art of Yoga. In the era of hoax activities, one must cross-check and contemplate whether to utilize their time and energy in this program or not. Let us reveal some facts and information about Yoga teacher training in India or at any other part of the world. So...
posted: 7/12/19
Improve heart health while sitting on a chair naturally. The following article will educate you about a few chair yoga poses that aid the same. Similar to yoga, chair yoga has also gained much reputation among the masses including senior citizens, corporate offices and people with a less mobile lifestyle, etc. Chair yoga is often described as a modified version of Hatha yoga which brings mobility, circulation, and exercise to the static body. As the traditional yoga discipline, chair yoga also has some spectacular health benefits that have compelled the medical practitioners to prescribe...
posted: 7/9/19
Hatha yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word Hatha when broken down means ‘force’. Hatha yoga is a form of yoga where we gain control of our body, attaining spirituality. Some describe it as the alignment of our body in correspondence towards the cosmos and having a deep understanding of the human body mechanism. Using different yogic postures it helps to manipulate the body and enhance our approach towards life. Some of the early Hatha yoga were considered to be practiced around 11th century. Its main purpose is to gain ‘mukti’ that means freedom and gain spiritual...
posted: 6/26/19
Yoga is often misunderstood as a part of a religion. Guess what? It’s not! Read the following article to know the relation between religion, spirituality, and Yoga. Are you an atheist who is interested in the activities of Yoga, and not religion? Tired of contemplating the secular dimensions of it? Then stop overthinking, and dive into the enlightening space of Yoga. Sadhguru~ Yoga is a technology and religion has nothing to do with it. Yoga may have erupted from the Hindu mythology but similar ‘art of living’ forms are founded in other parts of the world as well. It’s...
posted: 6/20/19
Yoga is a practice that has immediate physical health benefits, and if you have practiced yoga for long enough, you can attest to its mental and spiritual benefits as well. Yoga has bloomed in today’s world, and this may be the best era for yoga to bloom. This is because yoga helps mental health; practitioners experience a peace and satisfaction in their being. Peace is scarce and so is repose, the work that we do every day, takes away the time that we should spend on self-development. The holistic practice of yoga originated in the land of India, ancient yogis had come up with a way...
posted: 6/4/19
Since ages, Ayurveda has been using herbs and spices in making ayurvedic medicines but do you know why? Because of the surprising health benefits which may allure people to use them. Here are 7 health benefits of Ayurveda spices that you can incorporate. Ayurveda remedies use a stew of herbs and spices to prepare ayurvedic medicine taught during Ayurveda Certification in India. The herbs and spices used in the preparation of ayurvedic medicine are a part of Indian, Chinese and Thai food as they have some amazing health benefits. But it isn’t necessary that these herbs and spices can...
posted: 6/4/19
Let your long day be no excuse to feel week or brain drain. Working is a part of your everyday life that can’t leave you feeling tired all the time. Explore the article to learn how to get more energy naturally through yoga. Even after having good eight hours of sleep or sipping cups of caffeine when you feel lethargic and drained out, it indicates that the day has been too long and tedious for you. But if it has become a daily routine, then you might need to tap for a natural way of revving up your energy level.  A long day might be hectic, but don’t let it be an excuse for...

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