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Month: May 2015

Bhakti Yoga The Science Of Devotion

Bhakti means “devotion to the Almighty”. Bhakti yoga deals with devotion to God and achieving the union with Him. This is the easiest of all yoga types. This branch of yoga teaches the relation between the devotee and the divine. It does not involve any technical or complicated procedures. There is no need of any intellectual capacity to master this yoga. It has appealed to the common man because it gives him a feeling of security and develops a kind of reliance and dependence on the object of his devotion. [sociallocker]Bhakti yoga assumes that there is a higher power...

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Common Types Of Yoga What Is The Difference

What is the difference between common and the not so common types of yoga? Nothing, only one is practiced on a wider scale than the other. It is up to each individual and their preferences to what form of exercise they choose to practice. Some common types of yoga are performed by people for health reasons. If starting out to practice yoga for the first time, be sure to find out what is best suited to your ability. Make sure you assess your fitness levels before starting any new exercise regime. [sociallocker]One of the most common types of yoga...

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Best Yoga Position

What is the best Yoga position? Yoga has simple and effective body movements that strengthen one’s back, firm the stomach, and redistribute body weight. Yoga exercises stretch and tone the body muscles. They increase endurance and improve flexibility. Yoga positions or “Asanas” are the best exercises for toning muscles, lubricating joints and massaging the body. Yoga postures bring physical as well as mental stability, health and vigor. These Asanas were developed thousands of years ago and have evolved over centuries. They work wonders in keeping the body healthy and the mind peaceful. Asanas exercise the nerves, glands, ligaments, and...

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Benefits Of Matsyasana

The name given to every asana derives its inspiration from nature. As this pose happens to look like a fish it is known as Matsyasana, the “fish pose”. Matsyasana is known as the destroyer of many diseases and this asana has to be done in Padmasana (the lotus pose) which may not be that easy for beginner. To make it easy you can do this by stretching your legs and then lie on your back. Knees bent and hands by your side. It is one of the back bend poses which, when done in the correct manner, would be very fruitful...

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