What is common Yoga Protocol ?

What is common Yoga Protocol ?Here is a booklet prepared from Ayush resources published by Ayurved Sutra for general information. Yoga Protocol Booklet  has been prepared in consultation with leading Yoga experts and heads of the eminent Yoga Institutions of India.

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How I Live Yoga

Depending on one’s exposure, there may be a variety of different mental images when hearing the word “yoga.” Some may imagine a hot room filled with loud music and sweaty people. Others may envision a home practice in a beautiful

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Explore Multi-dimensions of Yoga

He surrendered himself to Yoga at the tender age of 12. Yoga not only helped him in overcoming his physical weakness, but enhanced his concentration levels like never before. ‘Yoga’ was not on his mind until his Yoga teacher pushed

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Workout to Cool off!

We tend to feel sluggish and all drained out during summers. Sure, it is easier to chill in the refrigerator or hang out in a pool for hours during this scorching heat, but before taking these extreme measures, why don’t

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Lifestyle, Immunity and Yoga

Yoga offers a time-tested and systematic plan of action for maintenance of immunity and its development. This system does not involve any toxic medication or harmful or damaging process.  It also does not take help of any invasive treatment.  Yoga

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How Meditation Can Help You Manage Disease

Meditation is the antidote. By reducing the production of stress hormones, it counteracts all the stress-related changes in the body, giving a boost to the immune system and helping to prevent and manage chronic disease. It also helps prevent and

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Is Patanjali the avatar of Adishesha?

According to mythology ,Maharishi Patanjali was the avatar of Adi Shesha – the Infinite Cosmic Serpent upon whom Lord Vishnu rests. He is considered to be the compiler of the Yoga Sutras.According to some researchers the author of a commentary

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Is Hatha Yoga a tantric practice?

Tantra is a part of a sadhana. Hath Yoga is a term used for Yoga techniques. While hatha means ‘willful’ or ‘forceful’, its division into the two ha meaning “sun” and tha meaning “moon” refers to the balance of masculine

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Anasakti Yoga

What may be permissible at one time, or in one place, may not be so at another time, and in another place. Desire for fruit is the only universal prohibition. Desirelessness is obligatory. Knowledge without devotion will be like a

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