Yoga In Daily Life

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Yoga In Daily Life
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2402 Mount Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA 22301
(703) 299-8946
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Bhunamanasana - Greeting the Earth Sit with straight legs. The back is straight and relaxed. Hands rest on the thighs. >Inhaling raise straight arms forward to shoulder height. >Exhaling keep the back straight, tilt the upper body back slightly and twist to the left. Place the hands on the floor behind the body, bend the arms and bring the forehead towards the floor. Legs and body form a line. The right buttock should remain as close to the floor as possible. >Inhaling come up again with arms straight out to the front. >Exhaling return to starting position. >Repeat on other side. Practice this exercise 3 times on each side. In the last round, remain in the twisting position breathing normally. Benefits:This exercise specifically works on the thoracic vertebrae, strengthening the muscles of the chest while relaxing the deep muscles of the back. This exercise maintains flexibility of the spine. Caution: If the exercise causes shoulder pain, then one elbow can be placed on the floor. This exercise should be avoided if there is a slipped disc. After this relax in Anandasana. http://www.yogaindailylife.org/system/en/level-2/bhunamanasana

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"How can we recognize whether our feelings express dependency or genuine love? There is a very simple test for this: Love brings joy, not sadness Love shows understanding and provokes no arguments. Love provides security and makes no demands. Love grants freedom and knows no jealousy." Vishwaguruji https://www.chakras.net/energy-centers/anahat
The Qualities and Symbols, Exercises, and Meditations for awakening and purification of Anahata Chakra.


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Meru Akaranasana - Stretching the Spine and Inner Thigh Sit with legs straight and turn the body onto the right side. The legs are straight, one on top of the other, and the left hand rests on the left thigh. >Support the body with the right arm which is straight and perpendicular to the floor. With closed eyes, be aware of the whole body. Opening the eyes to look at a fixed point in front will help balance. >Bending the right arm, lower the body to the floor and support the head in the right hand. Keep the body in one plane with the legs out straight. Now bend the right arm, place the elbow on the floor and rest the head on the right hand. >Inhaling bend the left leg, hold the big toe and straighten the leg vertically upwards. If it is not possible to straighten the leg, hold the ankle, calf or knee and then straighten the leg. >Hold the breath for a short time in this position. >Exhale, lower the leg. >Turn onto left side and repeat the exercise. Benefits: Stretches the sides of the body and improves flexibility of the hips. Strengthens arms and improves sense of balance. Stimulates kidney function. This exercise opens the respiratory passages and therefore can be helpful for frontal sinus problems. The concentration required in this practice helps to calm and balance body and mind. Caution: Avoid this Asana if kidney stones are present. http://www.yogaindailylife.org/system/en/level-2/meru-akaranasana #yoga

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"The energy in the body is not moving at random, it is moving in established pathways. Prana (energy) is distributed throughout the whole body, through the network of the Nadis. There are 72,000 Nadis in the human body. Of these, there are three Nadis of particular importance: IDA, the “Moon System”, correlates with the left nostril and the Parasympathetic Nervous System. PINGALA, the “Sun System”, correlates with the right nostril and the Sympathetic Nervous System. SUSHUMNA, the “Central Nadi”, penetrates the spinal column and correlates with the Central Nervous System. The practice of Asanas and Pranayamas, harmonise the Ida and Pingala Nadis and has a purifying, strengthening and balancing effect upon the energy flow in all 72,000 Nadis." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXlF651e128
The energy in the body is not moving at random, it is moving in established pathways. Prana (energy) is distributed throughout the whole body, through the ne...

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Shashankasana Sit in Vajrasana with hands on the thighs. The upper body is straight and relaxed. >Inhaling raise both arms above the head. >Exhaling keep the back straight and bend upper body and arms forward from the hips, until arms and forehead touch the floor. The buttocks remain on the heels. >Breathing normally remain in this position for a while. Relax the whole body, especially the shoulders, neck and back. >Inhaling keep the back straight and raise the upper body and arms. >Exhaling return to the starting position. Practice the exercise 3 times in total. Remain bending forward for sometime and consciously perceive the movement of the breath on the spine. Benefits: Improves blood supply to the head and therefore nourishes the eyes and all brain functions. Helps to relieve fatigue and promotes concentration. Anxiety and depression are relieved due to its calming effect. The whole spine and muscles of the back relax in this position and the breath deepens into the back of the lungs. Abdominal breathing gently massages the digestive organs. Caution: Avoid this Asana with high blood pressure, glaucoma or dizziness. www.yogaindailylife.org/system/en/level-2/shashankasana


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