Yogena chittasya padena vacham |
Malam sharirasya cha vaidyakena ||
Yopakarottam pravaram muninam |
Patanjalim pranjaliranato’smi ||
Abhahu purushakaram |
Sankha chakrasi dharinam ||
Sahasra shirasam shvetam |
Pranamami Patanjalim ||
ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॐ॥
Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu
Guru Devo Maheshwara ||
Guru Sakshat Parabrahma
Tasmai Shree Guruvey Namaha ||
Om Asato Maa Sad-Gamaya |
Tamaso Maa Jyotir-Gamaya |
Mrtyor-Maa Amrtam Gamaya |
Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih||
International Day of Yoga : 21st June is celebrated as Internation Day of Yoga every year starting from year 2015. The day has been designated by the United Nations, and for 2021, the theme is "Yoga for well-being," with an emphasis on the holistic health of every person. Yoga is an important source of exercise and healthy activity millions join in and practice on a daily basis.
Yoga's origins can be traced to northern India over 5,000 years ago. The word yoga was first mentioned in ancient sacred texts called the Rig Veda. The Vedas are a set of four ancient sacred texts written in Sanskrit.
In this web page, the effort is to show case the various asanas as pictorial reference how the pose looks like when it is complete.
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-Consult with your doctor if you have any medical condition before practicing yoga.
-Morning time is bext to start. Stomach should be empty or atleast after 1-2 hours of food intake is good time.
-All asanas should be done with calm and composed condition. Try not to elevate your heart bits.
-You should feel happy while practicing the asana's and it shouldnt be painful.
-Practicing the asanas on regularly at routine time will make you towards perfection and that should bring all benefits to you body and mind.
Suggested sequence of what to follow during yoga practice:
Sukshma Vyayam(Warmup) -> Asana's -> Pranayam -> Meditation
Start with sukshma vyayam(warm up) before starting asana practice. One set of Suyra Namaskar is also can be consider to warm up your body. Each asana can be practiced minimum 30 seconds and multiple repeatations until you get perfect postion of the asana(Purna sthiti).The longer you stay in purnasthiti is better for your health. Practice Pranayam after the asana proactice is over. Again activating your prana system and cooling down with meditation is best way to end the daily practice.
How much practice to do:
Depending upon how much time you can spend, it can be atleast 15 minutes to 45 minutes every day.
What to practice:
It depends upon how much you know about yoga. Beginner->Intermediate->Advance, level required respective duration as you learn and practice. e.g. for beginers can take warmup -> asanas -> pranayam each 5 minutes to start with and over period time you can extend various asana's and different types of pranayam. Plenty of informations are avaialable now days on internet now a days which can be reffered.There are many details not covered here hence suggested approach is to learn from a Guru (Yoga Teacher). There are many kriya's (couple of them listed below) required for body cleansing time to time before actual asana practice for the final outcome of yoga practice.
Reference Begginer level Asana's to practice: (2-4 time,10-30 seconds each)
Vajrasan, Ardha Pawanmuktasan, Ekpad Uttanasan, Supta Bhadrasan, Bhujangasan, Ardha Shalabhasan, Padhastasan, Trikonasan, Shawasan.
Reference Intermediate level Asana's to practice: (4 times or above,30 seconds each)
Vajrasan, Purna Pawanmuktasan, Bhujangasan, Purna Shalabhasan, Makarasan, Uttith Dwipadasan, Padhastasan, Trikonasan, Janushirshasan, Wakrasan, Halasan, Bhu-Naman Vajrasan, Viparit Karni, Pranayam, Shawasan.
Reference Advance level Asana's to practice: (4 times or above,30 seconds each)
Vajrasan, Purna Pawanmuktasan, Bhujangasan, Purna Shalabhasan, Dhanurasan, Makarasan, Tolangulasan, Halasan, Matsyendrasan, Trikonasan, Paschimottanasan, Bhu-Naman Vajrasan, Sarvangasan, Matsyasan, Parvatasan, Shirshasan, Shavasan, Uddyanbandh, Kapalbhati, Ujjayi, Shawasan.
Hand & Feet
Head & Hand
|Neti, Dhouti, Basti, Tratak, Nauli, Kapalbhati|
|Urdwa prasarit Ekpadasan||Lymphnode activation||
|Note: Information published here is for reference purpose only. We recommend proper guidence should be taken from the trained authority for practicing these Aasana's. The purpose of these listing and grouping various Asana's on this page is for quick check which visitor of this page can follow after proper learning/practicing. We wish you safe practice but we are not responsible for any damages accured by following this these practices.|