Musculoskeletal Health and Hatha Yoga Curriculum

Musculoskeletal system plays an important functional role in order to promote the health and productivity. The main functions include the support, locomotion, and protection of internal organs, mineral deposition and the process of erythropoiesis.Various research studies show that musculoskeletal health issues are on rise around the world due to the factors like lack of physical […]

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Yoga for Lifestyle Management

The practice of Yoga recommends a person to inculcate healthy lifestyle through its different limbs. The proper discipline in the lifestyle is very important from the point view of the prevention of many of the lifestyle disorders which are more prevalent in these modern days. The Curriculum of Yoga Teacher Training Programmes gives significant importance […]

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Yoga and Stress Management

Yoga is the most ancient psychosomatic training known to mankind to harness the mental peace and harmony in the life. In the modern days due to the advancement in the science and technology, there has been an increase in the sedentary and semi-sedentary lifestyle which have been causative factors for lack of physical activity and […]

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Therapeutics of Pranayama

Pranayama is made up of two words- prana which means the vital life force required for all the activities and ayama which means control of this force. The ancient practice of yoga is codified by the great sage Patanjali who places pranayama as the fourth limb of the Ashtanga Yoga. He defines pranayama as “the […]

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Therapeutics of Asana

  As defined in the Patanjali yoga sutra, asana is a comfortable and steady posture. Though the sutras do not specify a particular pose, it requires that while performing an asana, the body should always be in a steady and comfortable position. Up until now, teachers and texts have described a number of asanas. The […]

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