YOGA

The term Yoga originates from the Sanskrit root word ‘YUJ’, which means to join. It refers to the yogic aim to unite the atma (soul)of the individual with the Paramatma (Supreme soul). Yoga is a systematic practice of physical exercise, breath control, relaxation, diet control, and positive thinking and meditation aimed at developing harmony in the body, mind, and environment in fact Yoga has higher level of the Practice like Spiritual /Divine practices to attain supramental consciousness. The practice entails low- impact physical activity, postures (called asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), relaxation, and meditation. Most people are familiar with the physical poses or yoga positions but don't know that yoga involves so much more.

Other way, it is used to treat existing mental and physical health issues, but can also be used as a self-care strategy for prevention and maintenance. Both the meditative and the exercise components of yoga have been researched for specific and non-specific health benefits. It has been studied as an intervention for many conditions, including back pain, stress, and depression.

A Therapy session will most likely include the following components:

  • Breathing Exercises (Pranayama): The therapist will guide the client through a series of breathing exercises ranging from energizing breaths to balancing breaths.
  • Physical Postures (Asana): The therapist will teach the client in treatment in appropriate yoga poses that address problem areas.
  • Meditation: Relaxation and mindfulness are the focus of meditation when it is combined with yoga poses.
  • Guided Relaxation: The yoga therapist attempts to calm the body and mind by providing a guided visualization& relaxation intended to bring inner peace and relaxed body mind and soul.
  • Yoga therapy has a strong success rate in the following disease and disorder.

  • Musculoskeletal Disorder
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Cardio Vascular Disorder
  • Endocrine disorders
  • Digestive Problems
  • Gynecological Disorders
  • Lifestyle Disorders
  • This is the universal truth that Yoga is the only unique for a low-cost self-help approach to well-being. In the field of health, yoga techniques are being applied in health promotion programs, substance abuse treatment programs, and as a complementary treatment for diseases such as anxiety disorders, depression, coronary heart disease, cancers, and HIV/AIDS. Progressing to an even more advanced state, blending science and philosophy, one experiences a union of body, mind, internal energy, and the all- pervading cosmic energy, resulting in better physical health, mental control, and, ultimately, self- realization.