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Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning to yoke or harness. A sincere yoga practitioner’s goal is to yoke together the mind body spirit connection to universal consciousness. There are Eight Limbs in which, regardless of path, point at harmonization of the mind to resonate peace by releasing stress and trivial attachments in everyday life. This is achieved through asana (posture) practice and pranayama (breath exercises). Your yoga practice should aim at restoring and rejuvenating the body by allowing each movement to follow the breath, and on integrity of the postures reflecting proper alignment.
Yoga may be coined self massage because it causes structural change in the physical body. It improves posture, increases circulation, releases blockages, and can create a sense of well-being. Yoga differs from massage because the practitioner is in control of how far they go in one session or series of sessions.Giving the student the option to further their practice by utilizing the postures on a daily basis at home.Another important facet is that yoga increases strength as well as flexibility. Yoga is an excellent all encompassing science due to its focus on the multidimensional nature of the human being. The original goal of any physical yoga is to clear the mind of bodily discomforts therefore enabling the individual to focus on meditative contemplation. For whatever reason, when yoga is utilized, you cannot deny the immediate total body benefits.