Calorie Burning Asanas and Pranayama

Calorie Burning Asanas and Pranayama

There are many asanas which directly or indirectly helps to burn the calorie faster.  Among them, following asanas are important to burn the calorie. The right yoga asana  with proper alignment help to lose 180 to 600 calories per hour.

 

 

  1. Chaturanga Dandasana (Four-Limbed Staff Pose) 

This is an important asana to burn the calorie. In Chaturanga Dandasana, the palms and toes are fixed on the floor; the body is parallel to the floor without touching the floor with the body. The elbows are bent and placed along the side of the body. Try to stay in the pose for 30 seconds or more.

Contradiction:  Avoid the pose if you are suffering from wrist, shoulder or back injury. People with Carpal Tunnel syndrome symptoms should practice only with well guidance of an experienced teacher.

 

 

2. Kumbhakasana (plank pose)     Yoga In Nepal                

For this asana, fix the palm and toes on the ground keeping the body straight and erect.
It requires entire muscles to hold the position which results to burn the calories.
Kumbhakasana strengthens and tones hands, arm, shoulders, back, buttocks, abs, and thighs.
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Precaution: Similar to Chaturanga Dandasana.

 

 

3. Chakrasana (wheel pose) Yoga In Nepal

For Chakrasana, lie down on a mat, place the feet near to buttock and palms on the ground behind the shoulder; then lift up the body. It stretches the entire body (especially front portion). You can observe the engagement of the buttocks, legs, shoulders, arms, and thigh. Just staying for 15 seconds, you can burn at least 20 calories. If possible, better to increase the duration gradually.

Precautions: Avoid the asana, or consult with yoga master if there is- Diarrhea, hernia, Blood pressure, Heart problem, pregnancy, pain in wrist, ankle, and spine.

 

 

4. Utkatasana (chair pose)                       

Utkatasana engages and stretches the largest muscles in the body. So it burns a lot of calories. For Utkatasana bent knees, keeping the body straight raise up the hands and stretch. Try to hold this position for 15 seconds or more.

Precautions: Arthritis, Headache, Knee problems, Insomnia, Low blood pressure.

 

 

5. Ardha pincha mayurasana (Dolphin pose)  

For Dolphin pose, fix the hands and feet on the ground. The head should be on the floor between the hands. The leg should not be bent. Ardha pincha mayurasana gives pressure and engages triceps, thighs, and core. This engagement helps to burn calories faster.

Precaution: If you have an injury on shoulder or neck keep the legs bent while practicing the pose.

 

 

6. Dhanurasana (Upward wheel pose or Bow pose):             

              

Halasana burns 3.05 calories per minute. For plow pose, lie flat and with inhalation lift up the legs and waist. Exhale and try to keep the foot on the ground. Legs should be straight. Hold the pose for 10 or more breaths. For advanced practice, hold it for more than 10 minutes.

  • Precaution: If you have the problem of liver or spleen disorders, asthma or hypertension, then practice it only under the supervision of an experienced trainer.
  • Avoid this pose during following conditions:

Diarrhea, Menstruation, Pregnancy and Neck injury

 

 

7. Utthita ashwa sanchalanasana or high lunge pose    

It needs maximum effort and a lot of balance. It makes your body work harder to hold the pose. So, it burns the calories. Normally we begin this pose in Adho Mukha Svanasana. Step right foot forward between the hands with exhalation. Inhale and move the hands upwards with left leg straight back. Exhale and bent the body backward.

  • Precaution: Avoid the pose if you have high blood pressure and knee injuries.                                                          Do not raise arms above the head if you have shoulder problems, instead place hands on front thigh.                    Do not bend back if you have neck or spinal injuries.   

 

 

8. Plow Pose II (Halasana II)

Halasana burns 3.05 calories per minute. For plow pose, lie flat and with inhalation lift up the legs and waist. Exhale and try to keep the foot on the ground. Legs should be straight. Hold the pose for 10 or more breaths. For advanced practice, hold it for more than 10 minutes.

  • Precaution: If you have the problem of liver or spleen disorders, asthma or hypertension, then practice it only under the supervision of an experienced trainer.
  • Avoid this pose during following conditions:

Diarrhea, Menstruation, Pregnancy and Neck injury

 

 

9. Surya Namaskar (sun salutations):

  • Surya Namaskar includes 12 asanas in a round: Pranamasana, Hastauttanasana, Hasta Padasana, Ashwa Sanchalanasana, Dandasana, Ashtanga Namaskar, Bhujangasana, and Parvatasana; four of them are repeated in a round. It is found that 12 rounds of Surya namaskar can burn about 80-90 calories. The combination of these asanas gives complete exercise to the entire body. One should balance the respiration as well in Surya Namaskar.
  • Precaution: Avoid Surya namaskar during High blood pressure, coronary artery disease, stroke, hernia, intestinal tuberculosis, menstruation. If you have other than these and also facing difficulty to practice it then consult to an experienced teacher.

 

                 Besides asanas, there are three important pranayama Kapalbhati, Bhatika and Anulom-vilom to burn the calorie. It is found that Kapalbhati burns 4 kCal in 7 minutes, Bhastika burns 2 kCal in 2 minutes and Anulom-Vilom burns 3 kCal in 6 minutes.

 

        

 

Buddhism

Buddhism

Buddhism is a concept of the religion founded by Gautam Buddha. It is not only a religious belief but also a spiritual practice and spiritual tradition. 7 percent of the people of the world are Buddhist. Buddha was born in Lumbini, Nepal, 563 BC. He got enlightened and started to spread the message of peace to the most of the Asian countries so he is called as the ambassador of peace of Asia.

The main philosophy of Buddhism can be categorized into three parts. They are four noble truths, eightfold paths, and Pancasila. The Buddhist philosophy is written in three Tripitakas. Three Tripitakas are:

 

  • Binaya Pitak: This is the scripture of Buddhism which includes the rules for the monks and nuns.
  • Shukti Pitak: This part of Tripitaka has the sermons of the Buddha.
  • Abhidhamma Pitak: This is the book of the collection of the philosophies of Buddhism.

 

Here are the four noble truths of Buddha:

 

  1. There is suffering in life
  2. There is the reason for suffering
  3. There is the way to be free from the suffering
  4. The way of being free from suffering is eightfold paths

 

  1. There is suffering in life:  Suffering is the part of our life which is inseparable for everyone who is born in this world. We are born here with the suffering. We have to be in suffering in our life until and unless we don’t get enlightened. Buddha focused on the fact that life can’t be imagined without suffering. Suffering is as true as our life is. It is said that who is enlightened, he or she should not be born in this world. If we have some Karmic debt, we have to born here in this world.

 

  1. There is the reason behind suffering: Buddha’s teaching always clarifies the reason for everything and the solution of every reason. The main cause of the suffering is the desire. How much we get in our life, we want more and more. The chain of gaining will not over. There are unlimited desires in human mind. The human can’t be satisfied with the worldly affairs, world’s achievement. There are limited resources to fulfill our desires but we have unlimited desires so the available resources can’t fulfill our desires. The nature of desire is like a pot where we can’t put anything because it doesn’t have the lower part so from where everything can fall.

 

  1. There is the way to be free from the suffering: There is the way to be free from the suffering. Buddha’s teaching is very scientific because he raised the hypothesis that there is suffering in this world and at the end, he gave the exact solution of the hypothesis. Now, we have the hope that we can be free from all the sufferings of the world. It is in our hand to be free from all the sufferings. If we want, we can be free from all the pains and discomforts.

 

  1. The way of the freedom of the suffering is eightfold path: If we practice the eightfold path, we can be free and get the liberation from the suffering of the world. They are the real solutions to our life’s suffering. They are the Real Techniques to be totally free from the desires of our life.

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Eightfold Path:

 

Right View:  View means the attitude. We have to see anything that that thing is real. In a simple way, we see what we want to see. We don’t have to judge anything by our perspective. We think that death is the end of our life, which is the main cause of the fear in our life. Fear creates suffering. We have to know everything in their real existence.

 

Right Resolution: This is the second step of the eightfold path. In this step, we take the right resolution of our mental development. We take firm determination to love all the being of the world. We focus on being polite to others and to be sincere when we behave with others.

 

Right Speech:  We have to speak the truth all the time. Speaking truth can lead us to the higher level in the path of liberation. If there is something harmful matter to others, we don’t have to speak. We don’t have to speak the false because false is not the way of liberation. False is not the part of the higher source.

 

Right Action:  We don’t have to perform the action that is not right. We have to analyze whether it is right or not before we do anything. We don’t have to harm to others by our action. We don’t have to suffer others by our action.

 

Right Livelihood:  We have to live with the minimal things that we need to live. We don’t have to collect more than we need. We don’t have to do the profession, which is the harm to others.

 

Right effort:  We have to try to change our habits or we have to try to be better and better. We have to be able to change our overall factors of life from negative to positive. We have to be bold to be better.

 

Right Mindfulness:  We have to try to be aware every moment. We don’t have to lose the awareness because the awareness can lead us to the higher source. We have to be guided by the real knowledge rather than the false knowledge. We have to develop our mind to accept the higher source of knowledge.

 

Right concentration or Meditation:  We have to practice the meditation of four types. To unite our self to the higher source, we have to practice the meditation. In this state, we are free from the ego. We are able to understand the natural state of our life. The flow of life can be seen in this state.

Pancasila:

  1. Not killing
  2. Not stealing
  3. To be away from sensual (including sexual) misconduct
  4. Not lying
  5. Not to be in the state of intoxication

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Five moral virtues are the very important part of the eightfold path. These five virtues are the common people. There are eight or ten virtues for the monks and nuns.

Different branches of Buddhism are as follows:

Mahayana:  It believes that the scripture should be changed by the time. It focuses that we all have the possibility to be enlightened in our life.

 

Theravada: Theravada Buddhism is the branch of traditional Buddhism. It is the oldest form of Buddhism. It believes that the original Buddhism is the pure Buddhism. It focuses on the learning the teachings of Buddha and doing the meditation. It is a very powerful concept that we have to search the wisdom.

 

Vajrayana:  Vajrayana is thebranch of Buddhism which believes in Tantra. Tibetan Buddhism is in this category. We have to start our spiritual practice with a much matured Guru.

Ashta Siddhi & Other Normal Siddhi

Ashta Siddhi & Other Normal Siddhi

Siddhi (सिद्धि) is a Sanskrit word which means perfection or accomplishment. All the religions have a belief in supernatural powers. They have described different types of powers in their own words. Hindu philosophy has explained 8 major siddhis (Anima, Mahima, Garima, Laghima, Prapti, Prakamya, Isitva, and Vasitva) and 10 minor siddhis.

 

Anima: The power to minimize the size of the body, even to the size of the atoms, is termed as Anima Siddhi. It is the availability to become smaller than the smallest.  For example, Hanuman had subtilized his body in the time to search Sita in Lanka.

 

Mahima:  It is the ability to increase the size of the body as desired. It is also described as “the power to become larger than the largest”. Lord Krishna had increased his body size in the course of Bhagawat Geeta in the 11th chapter. Similarly, he had maximized his body in Vaman Avatar to measure the three worlds in three steps. Hanuman had taken a huge form to burn Lanka, and to fight with Kumbakarna.

 

Garima: The capacity to become infinitely heavy in weight at will is said to be Garima Siddhi.  It is also said as becoming heavier than the heaviest. Hanuman had made his tail heavy so that Bhima, who was having the energy like that of ten thousand elephants, could not lift it up.   

 

Laghima: It is the accomplishment to become almost weightless (becoming lighter than the lightest). Levitation and flying are examples of this power.

 

Prapti: Prapti is the ability to attain anything desired.

 

Prakamya: It is the ability to realize whatever one desires. Such as travel/go anywhere at will in a moment, even faster than a second, the power of entering the body of another (parakaya pravesh), ability to reform and adapt as per circumstances, the power of keeping oneself youth for any length of time.

 

Isitva: It is the absolute lordship over the entire creation or nature. The natural phenomenon obeys to such person having Isitva power.

 

Vasitva: It means the ability to have control over other. Through this accomplishment, one can control senses, mind (of self and others) and matters (including elements). Through this siddhi, one can tame wild animals and enthralled people etc.

 

Patanjali has mentioned the ways to attain the supernatural powers as well. “Janma aushadi mantra tapah samadhijah siddhayah” which means attainment of supernatural power is by birth, medicine (drugs/herbs), mantra (incantation), penance (self-discipline), and samdhi.

 

Attainment of siddhi by Birth: Sometimes it happens that children born from spiritually advanced parents acquire some of the divine powers due to good karma (action) of their previous life. It is also said that they might have attained those powers in their past life as well which continued in this vary life.

 

Medicine:  In nature, there are some special herbs, use of which can help to attain some miraculous powers. For example, Sanjivini herb could bring Laxman back to life.

 

Mantra: Incantation of powerful syllables or words with proper discipline helps to acquire an accomplishment. Mantra works in two ways:  1) due to the effects of the power of sound, 2) due to self-discipline that mantra brings.

 

Penance: Self-mastery or self-discipline makes the mind clear and purer which provides the great strength. This helps to control all five elements just by will. However, one should have an unperverted mind.  The practice of Ashtanga yoga as taught by Patanjali helps to acquire this stage.

 

Samadhi:  Through regular practice of meditation and other spiritual practices, one reaches to the stage of Samadhi i.e. oneness with consciousness or uninterrupted consciousness. After this stage, he starts acquiring different types of siddhi.

 

Minor Siddhis

  1. Kamarupam (कामरूपम्): The ability to change the body in the desired form
  2. Durashravanam (दुरश्रवण):The ability to hear the voice of any distance location.
  3. Duradarshan  (दुरदर्शन):The ability to see the things of any distance as will.
  4. Manojavah (मनोजव:):Ability to travel at the speed of thought.
  5. Svachchhanda Mrityuhu(स्वच्छन्द मृत्यु:): The power to leave the physical world (to die) only on desire. One can choose the time of death.
  6. Devanam Saha Krida Anudarshanam (देवानां सह क्रिडा अनुदर्शनम्): Ability to witness and participate in the activities of demigods.
  7. Aagya Apratihata Gatih (आज्ञा अप्रतिहता गति:): Giving orders that are completely obeyed.
  8. Yathasankalpasansiddhi (यथासंकल्पसंसिद्धि): The power to fulfill whatever is thought.
  9. Parakayapraveshanam (परकायाप्रवेशनम्):The ability to enter in the body of others and feel the sense through their organs.
  10. Tri-Kala Darshanam  (त्रि-काल दर्शन):The vision or knowledge of past, present, and future.
  11. The caliber to know all the language including those of animal
  12. Knowledge of one’s and other’s past life.
  13. The cathexis to read other’s mind.
  14. The ability to make one’s body and matter invisible.
  15. The merit of making everyone happy and joyful
  16. The knowledge of all universe and planetary system.
  17. The knowledge of arrangement and movement of stars
  18. The ability to make body’s sound inaudible
  19. The capacity to be motionless.
  20. The  to understand bodily anatomy
  21. The aptitude of finding hidden and secret things.
  22. The eligibility to behold the celestial beings
  23. The knowledge of soul and consciousness.
  24. The power to surround oneself with the blaze of fire
  25. The potency to walk on thorns, water, fire etc.
  26. The ability to tolerate extreme hot and cold.
  27. The power to be effectless from the elements: not burn by fire, not drown in water, not harmed by poison etc.   

 

Note: Lord Buddha, Lord Krishna and other all the enlightened person have stated that it is wiser to go to the path of enlightenment than to seek for supernatural powers because these powers hinder on the path of enlightenment.  These powers can never give real peace, harmony, and happiness. The final goal of human beings is enlightenment. Whenever the practitioner gets diverted towards power, he will miss the true path.  So, it is suggested that not to be motivated by those siddhis. However, due to true spiritual practices, one acquires it. In other words, these powers are by product to the path of enlightenment. If one misuses it then he will ruin. One should not generate ego on the achievement of power and should not do whatever he likes. If he ignores those powers or uses them in a positive way then it will not block the path to enlightenment.

 

Yoga for Student Life

Yoga for Student Life

Yoga is not the limited subject matter. It can cover all the aspects of our life. Yoga is beneficial not only for the youths and adults but also for the students and seniors. Students are the valuable gifts of the future that they can handle the future the world. So, they need to be healthy and happy in their life from their school life or childhood. For the students, yoga can be the best medium to be free from the stress and increase the mind power. Most of the students in this modern era are very confused by the present scenario of the world. They should be free from the stress that comes from the outside source. They are so vulnerable that they can learn what they see by their eyes in this world. In this situation, yoga can be the best way to make them clear about their goal.

The concept of yogic life should teach from our childhood because we can perceive everything effectively in our childhood. If we can learn something about yoga and positive thinking in our student life, our life can become easier in our childhood as well as in the future. There are a lot of benefits of doing yoga in the student life. The most important factor in the student life is memory power and yoga can increase and improve our memory power.

Why yoga in student life?

The children don’t have any life’s problems like adults but they need to do yoga for their academic improvement, stress management and healthy body and mind. All the students from class 1 to graduate need to do yoga in their life for their study as well as physical, mental and psychological development. Some of the students are under the stress of their family condition and other psychological problem. If they do yoga, they can be free from the stress from outside in the classroom and they can concentrate on their study.

Concentration plays a very important role in the study. If we cannot give any attention in the study, we never understand anything. Yoga can improve the power of concentration of the student. Concentration can improve the level of student’s academic position and overall extra activities. Children can distract very easily from their study so yoga is very useful to bring their attention to the study. Many types of research show that yoga can improve the concentration and memory power of the students.

The healthy body can receive everything easily in the classroom so yoga can be helpful to improve the health of the body of students. If students become healthy, they can give their full attention in their study. The fresh mind of student can focus on the study. Yoga should be playful to the students. Yoga can make a student, better student in the class. Yoga increases the positivity in the life of students. Yoga increases the level of confidence of the student so he or she can perform the better in the classroom or in the examination.

There are a lot of pressures in the life of students. They think exam and result are their hard times because they want to bring high grade to show in the family and among their friends. To cope with that pressure, all the students should start yoga and all the schools should give the environment for them to learn yoga. Yoga can teach them to take their exam and result easily. If the student is very good in the study, what is the reason to be in pressure? They are never in the pressure. They start to enjoy their exam and result after their yoga session. Yoga helps students to make more friends in their life. Students can be friendlier by the yoga. Students become more sociable in the society. Yoga can increase the power of decision making. Yoga can enable the students to make the commitment to their goal setting.

The problem of the today’s students is to copy their homework from their own previous homework or friend’s homework. This kind of habit is not good. In this situation, yoga can help them to be creative in doing their homework.  They don’t have to worry about their homework. They can do their homework in a creative way.

Most of the students are restless in their childhood so they need to be calm for improving their study. Yoga can be helpful for their peace of mind. When their mind becomes calm, they can give their attention in their study. Relaxation is a most important factor in the life of a student. Yoga increases the good hormones in the mind of students and those good hormones can be very effective them to be relaxed. This kind of chemical can play the role of motivation in the life of a student.

There are much-restricted thinking in the society. The traditional way of thinking can lead the student to the narrow-minded. Yoga can help the student to develop the broader mind. Yoga inspires the students to be open-minded. Yoga can also help them to be positive in their life. Positivity leads them to the higher level of thinking capacity. Their conduct and behavior become very praiseworthy. They can take the problems of their life very easily. They can find out the reason behind the problem and the solution of the problem.

Students are emotionally weak in their age. Students are easily affected by the outside situation. Yoga can help them to be emotionally strong. Students become able to control their emotions and anger after the regular practice of yoga. Yoga is beneficial to increase the immune system of the body of students which can prevent the physical and mental diseases.

Most of the students take wrong decisions in their life and they regret after the result of their decision. But, yoga increases the decision making power and that can lead them towards the maturity of the mind. The most important factor is that yoga prevents the students to be away from the addiction because yoga can relax their body and lessen the stress of their mind. So, they never think about any addiction in their student life.

Some of the poses for the students are here:

  1. Cat-cow pose
  2. Staff Pose
  3. Child Pose
  4. Pigeon Pose
  5. Cobra Pose
  6. Tree Pose
  7. Chair Pose
  8. Lotus Pose
  9. Seated Twist Tose
  10. Garland Pose

Yoga for student life is essential to improve student’s study and health. There are a lot of benefits of yoga in student life. Students can develop a new broaden concept of their life by yoga which will be very helpful in their future. Students are the source of our future world so we have to give them the chance to do yoga from their student life.

 

Yoga for Senior Citizens

Yoga for Senior Citizens

Who are Senior Citizens?

Senior citizens are the people who cross 60 years in their life. Actually, there is not any fixed age to be old. Especially, it is a psychological aspect but generally, people think that if someone is 60 years or more, he or she is old. Simply, this stage is the old age of every people which is naturally very sensitive. We have to be very careful in our old age. In this age, we become
mentally and physically weak so we have to be more careful than in our previous age. We feel lonely in this state. If we do yoga regularly in this state, we can be active like others who are not crossed 60 years in their life.

On the other hand, senior citizens are the wise and experienced human resources so they should be healthy and active in their life. They can guide us in every sector of life. They can change the life of new generation by their golden experience of their profession. Yoga can be the best way of making them able to share their valuable experience.

If we apply yoga in our daily life, we never get old mentally. Our mind becomes youth but only our body gets old. For a yogic man, old age can be the blessing, rather than the curse. Yogic life is the best way of living without any mental retardation.

When they grew old in their life, older people have faced many challenges in the different field and that becomes the new formula for the newcomers. If we can grab their experience as the great opportunity to be the success in our life, we have to respect them and give them the chance to grow up with yoga. Yoga can heal all the physical and mental diseases so they can be creative in their life. The last day of their life also becomes active, if they live perfect yogic life.

In this stage, the older generation thinks that they are not useful to the society but that is not the reality. The society also thinks so and can't use the golden part of the society. We have to change the trend of our thinking and use seniors for the better world. The new generation is naturally aggressive and they don’t have patience. The old generation is naturally practical because they have spent more years in this world by doing the profession in one field. If we can make the real combination of new and old generation, we can get the great achievement to establish a beautiful world. For that, we have to practice yoga regularly. We have to give the chance of yoga for every senior to develop their mind and reduce the rate of diseases in older people.

If we want to make our life beautiful without regret, we have to hear the seniors and apply their suggestion in our profession. The older people should also give the chance to the new generation in every profession thinking that they are capable. Older have to involve in the activities of yoga, Pranayama, and meditation. They have to share their experiences with the new generation.

What are the common problems in this state?

In the old age, there are a lot of problems. In this old age, our body becomes weak and the power of our brain decline. Our memory power also becomes less. We feel that people reject us and don’t give any attention to us, therefore, we think that we are neglected. The older people generally become psychologically and emotionally tired. So, they should feel secure in their life by the practice of yoga. Yoga can be the solution to all the problems of old age because the most important purpose of yoga is to reunite with the higher self. If we can understand the higher self, we never weep for worldly affairs which are impermanent. By yoga, we can understand the way of life and mystery of life. We have to identify our problem in our old age and should start yoga for our betterment of our condition. These are the common problems in our old age.

1.      Feeling of loneliness
2.      Financially insecurity
3.      Stress
4.      Depression and anxiety
5.      Blood pressure
6.      Diabetes
7.      Fatigues
8.      Weakness.

Why yoga in Old age

We can see in points how yoga can be the great pleasure in our old age:
1.      It maintains the balance in our old age.
2.      It reduces the joint pain and our joint becomes flexible.
3.      It helps for healthy bones and muscles.
4.      It enables us to cope with the mental stress.
5.      We are able to feel younger that really we are physically old.
6.      It helps us to be relaxed with emotional level.
7.      We can be happy even we are alone. The feeling of loneliness disappears by the practice of yoga.

What poses and Pranayama we can do in old age

There are a lot of poses in yoga but in our old age, we don’t have to practice difficult poses. We have to do easy and medium poses, by concerning our strength. We have to think our age while we do yoga. Yoga can strengthen our body and grow our mind. Some poses for the senior citizens:

Some Pranayamas for senior citizens:
1.      Anulom Bilom Pranayama
2.      Bhramari Pranayama
3.      Kapalbhati
4.      Bhastrika

Those are not the complete package for the senior citizens. We can do more poses and pranayamas but simply they are just the examples. The old people have to do poses and pranayama in slow motion. They should be careful in stretching and bending. They should do yoga very patiently by watching the sensation of their body.

Yogic Healing in Nepal

Yogic Healing in Nepal

Yoga can heal physical and mental diseases. Sometimes yoga can heal those diseases which cannot be cured by allopathic medicine. Yoga can heal chronic diseases too. Nepal is the best place to have a wonderful journey with yogic healing. Nepal is the origin country of yoga so the effect of yoga can be felt in Nepal. Yoga has been practiced for ages in this country. Yogic
healing in Nepal provides you amazing healing of your mind and body. Yoga is the best way for the stresses and tensions of our life. Yoga makes you calm and stresses free when you practice it regularly.

Yogic healing in Nepal is your best choice because you can find more than you expect from here. When you feel free from all the burdens of your mind and body will start to believe the real power of yoga. Yoga is the traditional way of practice in Nepal. The yogic way of living was the real life in the past but its originality was disappeared in the middle period but now yoga becomes the most powerful medium to be healthy.

Nature is also supportive yogic healing in Nepal. The fresh aerobic air can be the best supportive factor for all-around healthy life. It is the country of great sages who meditated and did yoga and got enlightened. Nepal has 44.476% of jungle area so we can achieve enough oxygen for our body. If we can enter the oxygen into our blood cells by yoga, pranayama, and meditation, we can be free from physical and mental discomfort.

Nepal is the best destination for the healing purpose of yoga. Yogic healing in Nepal gives you the real pleasure you have found ever in your life. Highly experienced teachers guide you to start the journey of new life. You really get the chance to reborn without any problems in your life after the class of yogic healing in Nepal.

How does yoga heal?

It can have the question in your mind how yoga heals. It is proved scientifically that yoga is the natural way of healing without medicine. Yoga opens the blockages of the body and eliminates the real reason for the diseases. Yoga heals without any side effects but yoga can give you side benefits. The main reason for any diseases is the blockages in our body. If we can remove the blockages of our body, we can be healed totally.

Yogic healing in Nepal brings you to the higher level of the mental state. The confusions of the mind will be disappeared and we will get complete wellbeing in our life. Yoga in any place of the world can heal the diseases but yogic healing in Nepal can provide you extra benefits. The extra benefits are as follows:

1.   Yogic healing in Nepal can be the great achievement in connecting with the natural beauty.

2.  Being the origin country of yoga, yogic healing in Nepal can give the original touch of doing yoga.

3.  You can learn from more experienced teachers than any other place in yogic healing in Nepal.

4.  You can find more hospitality than professionalism in yogic healing in Nepal.

Yoga gives us the healthy lifestyle and the meaning of living in this world. Yogic healing in Nepal is the best choice of our life to help ourselves in different dimensions of our health such as physical, mental, psychological, social, emotional and spiritual.

Our continuation of yoga can assure us different health benefits. To start a step for yogic healing in Nepal can be the life-changing decision of your life. You may have some kind of traumatic discomfort to heal; you may have different types of uneasiness to be removed in your life. In any condition, you can choose to be comfortable and easiness in your life by attending the class of yogic healing in Nepal.

Some people say that yoga is the solution for every problem of life and they are exactly right. We can make yoga as our real helper for physical and mental problems. It is believed that the healing power is within us and we have to activate that power. To activate the healing power within us, we have to practice yoga, pranayama, and meditation.

If you are searching the way-out from your stressful hectic life, yoga healing in Nepal can be your life-changing decision forever and ever. Yoga can be the perfect guidance for your life in every situation. If you let yoga to heal all your mental diseases, it can be successful in its vision to heal. You just have to be ready to be healed.

Yoga addresses the main cause of the diseases so that the diseases can be healed from their roots. It is necessary the diseases be healed from the root of the causes because the diseases can cure forever. Yoga healing in Nepal can be the best platform to heal your diseases from the root cause.

Most of the people think that health is the priority part of their life and want better health in their life but they don’t get the real medium for that. If you are one of them, you are lucky to know the right information for your entire health. Many researchers have been proved that 80% to 90% cause of the physical diseases is the mental state of the people. If we think positively and become clear about most of the life's goal, we rarely become sick in our life and even if we become sick, we can recover fast.

By its nature, yoga has multiple benefits. The most beautiful aspect of yoga is its health dimension because making us healthy yoga starts to teach the higher philosophy of life which makes us easy to live in this world, easy to take everything of our life. Yoga gives us the new light which can show our path of the future, clearly.

Nepal Yoga Teacher Training and Retreat Center provide different yoga programs in Nepal which makes it a true yoga school in Nepal. We provide Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga Retreat, Yoga Detox, Yogic healing, life-changing yogic experience, Yoga Therapy and other yoga programs in Nepal with the involvement of highly experienced Yoga instructor in stunningly beautiful place of Kathmandu. Phone: +977-9851167373
, Phone: +977-9849521819 Email: nepalyogateachertraining@gmail.com Hours: Su 4:00 - 22:00 Mo 4:00 - 22:00 Tu 4:00 - 22:00 We 4:00 - 22:00 Th 4:00 - 22:00 Fr 4:00 - 22:00 Sa 4:00 - 22:00
Tarkeshwor-5, Goldhunga
44600
Kathmandu Nepal
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