Date(s) - 19/12/2017
6:25 pm - 6:55 pm
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Breathing Yoga is one of the eight kinds of Yoga for the people of all age groups, especially students who want to train during freezing winters. Just like any other indoor-sport it is an intense sport and can be performed anywhere anytime just sitting on one a chair and requires no special sports outfit.
Participants are advised to have their last meal at least 2 hours before the Yoga session.
Major Advantages of Breathing Yoga besides calorie burning is better Body-mind control, instant stress and anxiety reduction and better organ function.
(For details and other benefits, read the description below.)
During the session, the following 3 exercises shall be practiced.
1. Kapalbhati (Intense Exhaling)
2. Anulom-Vilom (Alternate Nostril Breathing)
3. Uddiyana Bandh (stomach Vacuum)
Prānāyām (Prān-a-yam) ~ (Breath Control) is a practice to gain control of your breath and mind via training the respiratory System. It is one of the most important parts of the Yog aiming toward the mind control.
Out of the 8 constituents of Yog, Prānāyām is the 4th constituent of it and is designed to train the body organs for their increased efficiency and longevity. Designed With the ultimate aim to reach the divine, the Yog is being constituted of 8 parts, where Parts 3 and 4 handle to enhance the body and mind capabilities.
1. Yam ( behavioral control- Social)
2. Niyam ( behavioral control-Self)
3. Āsan (YOGA- Physical Exercise)
4. Prānāyām (Breath/Mind control)
5. Pratyāhār(Emotional Control)
6. Dhārnā(Intellect Build-up)
8. Samādhi ( Union with divine)
> Benefits in daily life:
Regular practice of Prānāyām enhances the neural function and better body –mind coordination. This means a stable mood and energy levels and ability to coop-up with stress throughout the day. Contrary to other sports, even being an intensive sport, after practicing Prānāyām, you will free more energized, enthusiastic throughout the day.
Beneficial in Sports:
In other regular sports, where generally the muscles are trained through various physical activities, the organs like heart, lungs, brain, liver and stomach perform only supportive functions to enable that activity. Through Prānāyām, we train these body organs directly without putting stress on muscles and rather than relaxing them. A better and more efficient support system in turn results in better strength, stamina and performance in other sports.
Beneficial in Studies.
Stress, lack of concentration, anxiety and lack of confidence are the main areas which are directly targeted by the Prānāyām. Through regular practice of Prānāyām, you will start feeling overcoming these entire problems and over a period of time will start developing an immune against negativity in your life.
Prānāyām is the best training and burn calories burning solution for those students who don’t prefer to hamper their studies with after sport tiredness, muscle cramps and unwanted increased hours of sleep due to training.
Advantages over other sports:
Prānāyām not only in itself a very intensive sport but it also helps to enhance the performance in other physical sports. It burns calories at much faster rate without engaging muscles and without bringing the Cortisol (Stress Hormone) level up. Rather it limits its production in Adrenal glands and increases the production of Growth Hormone.
The most favorable factor of this sport is that you can practice it very easily without any help of any equipment, outfit and place. You can do it just anywhere and anytime.
Advantages of Prānāyām
1. Suitable for almost all age groups, work groups.
2. No previous training required
3. Indoor sport- Easily doable at home
4. No Tiredness after practicing
Benefits of Prānāyām (15-30 minutes every day)6
1. Burn calories
2. Increased concentration.
3. Instant stress reduction
4. Stable mood
5. Increased Stamina
6. Stronger immune System
7. Increased Blood circulation
8. Stable heart beat
9. Healthy Digestion.
10. Better neural function
11. Stable Energy level throughout the day
12. Life longevity
See you then ! 🙂