RELAXATION TECHNIQUES AND MEDITATION

                          Relaxation techniques and meditation



There are many ways to use structured relaxation techniques to help control stress and improve your physical and mental well-being. While some types of meditation and relaxation therapies are best learned in a class, it's also possible to learn meditation techniques on your own. There are literally hundreds of different types of relaxation methods ranging from audio CDs to group martial arts and fitness classes. The following are only examples of the types of structured programs available that can increase our capacity for relaxation.

                                                        YOGA--SEVEN CHAKRAS

                                             
                             



· There are many forms of yoga, an ancient Indian form of exercise based upon the premise that the body and breathing are connected with the mind. The practice of yoga is thought to be over 5,000 years old. One goal of yoga is to restore balance and harmony to the body and emotions through numerous postural and breathing exercises. Yoga, which means "joining" or "union" in Sanskrit, has been called the "search for the soul" and the "union between the individual and the divine." Among the benefits of yoga are increased flexibility and capability for relaxation. No special level of conditioning is required; yoga can be learned by nearly anyone. Classes, books, and videos are widely available. Those with special or chronic physical conditions will want to get clearance from their doctor before beginning.

                                             HEALTH BENEFITS OF YOGA


  • ALL- ROUND FITNESS
  • WEIGHT LOSS
  • STRESS RELIEF
  • INNER PEACE
  • IMPROVED IMMUNITY
  • LIVING WITH GREATER AWARENESS
  • BETTER RELATIONSHIP
  • INCREASED ENERGY
  • BETTER FLEXIBILITY & POSTURE
  • BETTER INTUTION


The immens benefits of YOGA offers in UNITING THE BODY, MIND & BREATH.
When YOU are in HARMONY,THE JOURNEY THROUGH THE LIFE IS CALMER, HAPPIER AND MORE FULFILLING. YOGA is continuous process, so keep PRACTICING,
The deeper you go into your YOGA PRACTICE, the more profound will be its BENEFITS.
IT IS ESSENTIAL TO LEARN AND PRACTICE YOGA THE SUPERVISION OF A TRAINED YOGA TEACHER.


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