Yoga

The word ‘Yoga’ is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’, meaning ‘to join’ or ‘to yoke’ or ‘to unite’. The practice of Yoga is believed to have started with the very dawn of civilization. The science of yoga has its origin thousands of years ago, long before the first religions or belief systems were born. In the yogic lore, Shiva is seen as the first yogi or Adiyogi, and the first Guru or Adi Guru.

Yoga is also commonly understood as a therapy or exercise system for health and fitness. While physical and mental health are natural consequences of yoga, the goal of yoga is more far-reaching. It was believed from several years that yoga is good for mental and physical health. It is a form of Meditation also which helps us in relaxing our mind. Now a day due to large amount of digital works it is necessary for everyone to give relaxation to our mind and for that Yoga helps a lot. Loke whenever we do Pranayama it helps in developing awareness of one’s breathing followed by willful regulation of respiration as the functional or vital basis of one’s existence. It helps in developing awareness of one’s mind and helps to establish control over the mind.

Yoga always helps to works on the level of one’s body, mind, emotion and energy.

Now a days Yoga is getting more and more popularity around the entire world. Yoga is good for all ages of people. Kids also enjoy doing yoga as it helps them to maintain discipline in their life.

Yoga also helps in curing many diseases like some Asanas were claimed to provide both spiritual and physical benefits in medieval hatha yoga texts. More recently, studies have provided evidence that they improve flexibility, strength, and balance; to reduce stress and conditions related to it; and specifically to alleviate some diseases such as asthma and diabetes.

So Let’s make a good habit and Start doing YOGA with your Family.

Types of Yoga Asanas

The Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar)

Leg Raises

Basic Breathing (Pranayama)

The Plough (Hala Asana)

The Shoulder Stand (Sarvang Asana)

The Fish (Matsya Asana)

The Bow (Dhanur Asana)

The Lotus (Padma Asana)

The Bridge (Sethu Bandh Asana)

The Headstand (Shirsh Asana)

Forwardbend (Paschimothana Asana)

Cobra (Bhujanga Asana)

The Locust (Salabha Asana)

The Half Spinal Twist (Ardha Matsyendra Asana)

The Crow (Kakasana)

The Triangle (Trikona Asana)

The Corpse Pose (Shava Asana)

The Lion (Singhasana)

The Half Wheel (Ardha Chakrasana)

Yogamudra

The Peacock (Mayurasana)

The Knee to Chest (Pawanmuktasana)

Hidden Lotus (Baddha padmasana)

Knee Nose Pose (Supta Pawana Muktasana)

Half Shoulder stand (Ardha Sarvangasana)

Half Locust Pose (Ardha Shalabhasana)

Vajrasana

Janusirasana

Anti Rheumatic Asana

Vrikshasana (Ardha Chandrasana)

Shoulder Socket Rotation (skandha chakra)

Yoga Nidra

Siddhasana

Hastapadasana

Gomukhasana

Kids Yoga Asana