Yoga Guide

Yoga is possibly the most ancient and natural way to keep your body and mind fresh and healthy. While practising yoga, all you need to do is stretch your body muscles in a precise manner, which gives thoughtfulness to your stretching and help you remain in shape. Though the advanced yoga poses are a bit complicated and need professional guidance or assistance, there are some simple yoga poses or exercises that you can practice on your own.

Yoga Guide and Articles by Drprem,com gives a comprehensive information on the benefits, application and therapeutic effects of yoga.

  • Yoga is the oldest healing therapy- a unique combination of spiritual philosophy and mind body technique originated in India. It is a scientific system of living, developed by different yogis after thousand of year’s experiences. Yoga unites and works on every aspects, the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual of a person simultaneously, to achieve improved health and wellbeing with inner self awareness.
  • The yoga therapy is the application of the philosophy and practice of yogic mind body technique including meditation, breathing and various body poses, to treat various mental, physical disorders as well as spiritual enhancement.
  • There are abundant benefits of practicing yoga regularly, including:
    • Delaying ageing process
    • Increased flexibility
    • Detoxification
    • Relieve symptom and prevention the of chronic illness -diabetes, arthritis
    • Cure and relieve respiratory disorders – asthma
    • Hypertension
    • Digestive system disease-IBS, constipation, ulcers
    • Weight management
    • Enhance mental power and performance
    • Relieve effects of mental trauma
    • Discovery and awareness of inner self and outer world
  • All yoga therapy helps an individual to achieve a state of eternal bliss – a unity of mind body and spirit with improved health, balance and wellness

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