Yoga VCD for Weekly Yoga Teacher

Yoga VCD for Weekly Yoga Teacher

New VCD for Weekly Yoga Teacher from Monday to Sunday By Swami Ramdev ji in Hindi

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This VCD by Swami Ramdevji explains how a yoga teacher can or must plan his weekly schedule for his students so as they can have the maximum benefit as well as be free from various types of diseases and their prevention. This explains what are the asanas or the postures that are to be done and in what ways, and in synchronous to each other so that the yoga practitioners attain the maximum benefit. This explains how these asanas are started, how they are performed and how they are concluded.  So giving you a complete picture on these asanas on the whole. The asanas explained are as follows:

  • Tadasana Samasthithi:
    • Stand in your bare feet on a smooth and even surface. Keep your feet together, with your heels touching the wall. Beginners may find it easier to keep their feet 5 cms or 2 inches apart.
    • Now stretch your arms along your sides with the palms facing your thighs and your fingers pointing to the floor. Stretch your neck upward, keeping the muscles soft and passive.
    • Distribute your weight evenly on the inner and outer edges of your feet, and on your toes and heels. Tighten your kneecaps and open the back of each knee.
    • Turn in the front of your thighs. Tighten your buttocks. Pull in your lower abdomen, and lift your chest.
    • Keep your head erect and look straight ahead. Breathe evenly and with awareness.
    • Experience your body and mind as an integrated whole and feel the surge of energy. Stay in the pose for 30-60 seconds.
  • Pranayama:
    • Pranayama is very important technique in yoga which is control and extension of Prana or Vital energy or Life force.
    • Pranayama helps in management of this energy. Various techniques are available in yoga, which give interesting but good results.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Virasana or the Hero's pose:
    • It reduces fat around the thighs & calves.
    • It improves the digestion.
    • Since this asana improves digestion, sit in this asana after having your meals.
    • Sit for at least 20 minutes.
  • Janu Shirsasana or the Head to knee pose:
    • Tones complete spine and abdomen.
    • Reduces strain and stress in the body as well as mind.
    • Twist towards left with back straight and bring trunk in line with left leg.
    • Exhale and then bend trunk and arm forward to hold sides of floor of extended leg.
    • Allow the head to touch left knee if possible.
    • Do not force to touch your head to knee.
    • Maintain the pose and breathe normally.
    • Repeat to other side also.
    • Maintain the pose for 20 to 30 seconds.
    • Repeat the pose for 1 or 2 times.
  • Kapalbhati:
    • Kapalbhati is a Breathing Technique used specifically for cleansing.
    • If you have a lot of mucus in the air passages or feel tension and blockages in the chest it is often helpful to breathe quickly.
  • Anuloma Viloma:
    • Anuloma Viloma is also called the Alternate Nostril Breathing Technique.
    • In this Breathing Technique, you inhale through one nostril, retain the breath, and exhale through the other nostril.
    • This is extremely beneficial for women of all ages.
  • 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.