Yoga DVD for Youth

Yoga for Youth DVD

Yoga for Youth DVD by Swami Ramdev Ji in English & Hindi both in one DVD

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Our life comprises of four main stages or period through which we go and all these stages of life have a great deal of significance. Out of these stages youth is the most fruitful of all. During this period of our life we go through a lot of changes both mental as well as physical. We get to known things around us. And it is this stage that we become aware of ourselves. But all of this is of no use until and unless we go on to use it appropriately. This is possible if we are having a clear thought line. And looking at the society these days it is very rarely possible. So we find the path to tranquility through yoga and Ayurveda.

These are the asanas that can be performed by the youth and they provide them with the mental as well as physical stability. The following asanas can be performed:

  • Vajrasana or Thunderbolt Pose:
    • This asana or pose should be done immediately after eating as it greatly helps to promote good digestion and also prevents acidity and gas trouble.
  • Dhanurasana or the bow pose:
    • This asana helps in increasing the blood flow in the pancreas and the intestinal area.
    • It even helps to keep a healthy digestive system.
    • This even provides a proper peristalsis movement.
  • Makarasana or the Crocodile pose:
    • Lie straight on the abdomen with face touching the ground.
    • Keep both feet close to each other with the soles of the feet facing upwards. Extend both hands straight above the head with arms touching the ears.
    • Forehead and nose should touch the ground.
    • Let the palm and fingers of one hand touch the floor and put the palm and fingers of the other hand over it.
    • Close your eyes and breathe normally while concentrating.
    • Hold this posture as long as you can.
  • 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.
  • Simhasana or the Lion Pose:
    • This when regularly performed brings about the decrease in the appearance of facial wrinkles. This brings about the stretching of the facial skin as well as the muscles. This asana is also known to bring about the release of toxins from the body.
  • 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.
  • 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.