Yoga DVD for Life Style

Yoga DVD for Life Style

DVD for Life Style by Swami Ramdev Ji in English & Hindi both in one DVD

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Yoga has considered all aspects of a disease whether it is physical, emotional and mental, regular practice of Yoga and controlled life style reduces the occurrence of various diseases; it makes you agile, efficient and slim. This also helps achieve control over mind and behavior as when yoga is practiced one can easily control food habits and change life style. Since in today’s world our own lifestyles are becoming the major cause for the development of a number of acute as well as chronic diseases. Yoga has different effect on not just us but on our lifestyle as well which is permanent in nature than other techniques for lifestyle changes. Yoga has an important role to play in the changing our lifestyle from diseased o healthy. Yoga techniques affect body, internal organs, endocrine glands, brain, mind and other factors concerning body – mind complex. Various Yoga techniques can be practiced effectively to reduce the weight and achieve normal healthy condition of both the body and the mind. Asanas or the Yoga positions or postures are especially useful in bringing about the balance in the mind and the body.

Also the practice of asanas improves the functioning of internal organs, strengthening heart, lungs, kidneys, excretory & reproductive organs. Regular practice builds strength in muscles. These are the yogic asanas that can be performed for life style changes:

  • Yoga Nidra:
    • Yoga Nidra is also known as the psychic sleep.
    • This process helps remove physical, emotional and mental strains very easily and effectively.
    • It also helps focus the mind and removes negative elements. This Yoga Nidra is easy to practice and provides you with results in short time.
    • Even half hourly practice brings about excellent results in High blood pressure or High BP along with various other ailments.
  • Pavanamuktasana or Wind Relieving Pose:
    • This asana or posture as its name suggests helps in relieving the excess gas from your system and is also beneficial in treating chronic acidity.
    • This asana or pose should not be done by those who have a weak back or problems with their spine such as slip disc, pregnant women should also avoid this pose.
  • Pranayama:
    • This is also known as the Yogic breathing or Pranayam and is the fourth limb of stage of yoga that comes after asanas or postures.
    • Prana has several meanings as breath, respiration, life, vitality, wind, energy and strength while yama is restraint or discipline.
    • The control of prana leads to the control of mind which is vital for concentration and meditation which is the next step in yoga. But yogi breathing is also recognized as a way to refresh and rejuvenate all the body systems.
    • It helps in release of acute & chronic muscular tension around heart and digestive organs.
    • Also increases the release of toxins as well as carbon dioxide reducing its levels in blood stream and increases levels of oxygenation in blood.
    • Amplifies the immune system by increasing the distribution of energy to the endocrine system.
  • Anulom Vilom:
    • Breathe from a single-nostril.
    • Pressing right nostril with thumb, inhale deeply, through the left nostril, followed by inhalation through the right nostril.
  • Sukhasana or the Easy Pose:
    • This is one of the classic Meditative Poses and is usually performed after doing the Corpse Pose.
    • The Easy Pose helps in straightening the spine, slowing down metabolism, promoting inner tranquility, and keeping your mind still.
  • Surya Namaskara or the Sun Salutations:
    • This is a very beneficial yogic practice for obesity management, every day 24 sun salutations with a speed of 4 rounds in 1 minute gives great benefits of Yoga Asanas and exercise as well.
    • Sun salutation is a sequence of 7 asanas practiced in order which tones almost all of the muscles and also internal organs are stretched increasing blood & oxygen supply to these parts.
    • Regular practice of sun salutation with breathing gives good exercise to the lungs. Mantras have relaxing effect on mind.
  • Shoulder Stretches:
  • Shoulder Stretches are great in relieving stress and tension on your shoulders, as well as your entire upper back.
  • Practicing them daily for several weeks and notice the changes.
  • Ardha Matsyendrasana or the Half Spinal Twist:
    • If done properly, the Half Spinal Twist lengthens and strengthens the spine.
    • It is also beneficial for your liver, kidneys, as well as adrenal glands. Practice this Yoga Pose under the supervision of a Yoga instructor.
    • This helps to burn out the excessive fat deposition on the abdomen region.
  • Tadasana or the Tree Pose:
    • The Tree Pose helps strengthen your thighs, calves, ankles and back.
    • It can also increase the flexibility of your hips and groin.
    • Your balance and concentration can also be improved with constant practice.
  • Bharamari Pranayama:
    • Close eyes and plug ears tightly with the thumbs of both hands.
    • Put the forefingers on forehead, over eyebrows, and the middle fingers of the two hands right on the closed eyes.
    • Inhale deeply and say “OM”, without opening mouth, so as to make a humming sound that travels from mouth to ears.
  • Udgeeth Pranayama:
    • After closing eyes, place hands on knees.
    • Take a deep breath in and then exhale, saying ”OM”, stress on the syllable “O” as long as the breath lasts, utter the syllable “M” right at the end.
    • Thereafter, rub hands vigorously to generate heat and place them on eyes.
    • While doing the breathing exercises direct the energy generated towards the affected parts of the skin by thinking about its well being to obtain the best results.
  • Bhastrika Pranayama:
    • Slowly close your eyes.
    • Now begin to inhale deeply through both the nostrils.
    • Follow this up with exhalation.
  • Kapalbhati Pranayama:
    • Begin by a series of quick breathing exhalations accompanied by an inward drawing motion of your stomach.