Many people experience bloating and gas pains every now and again. Sometimes it’s a result of the type of food you eat, such as if you’re lactose intolerant. Poor digestion can also cause trapped gas in the intestines, which is what makes your stomach feel tight and full.[Read more…] about Natural Ways to Reduce Bloating
Foot and ankle mobility is essential for overall wellbeing. After all, the lower half of your body carries your weight, initiates different types of movement, and absorbs the shock and stress of sitting, walking, running, and other daily activities that you do. Here’s how to practice yoga for feet and ankles.[Read more…] about Yoga for the Feet and Ankles
What is the principle of tapas? You’ve read about the niyamas, and the tapas are one of them. the Sanskrit word “tap” means “to burn,” and the word “tapas” can refer to the fire within. That said, to cultivate tapas entails practicing discipline, commitment, and courage in one’s yoga practice. Practicing tapas, however, can run deeper than that.
Previously, we talked about the relationship between yoga and weight loss. We also talked about how individuals have their own reasons for practicing yoga.
Pinning down yoga to a single description is practically impossible. As I mentioned before, I’ve only just began practicing, and I don’t think I can do yoga any justice if I try to define it myself. The best thing to do is to share the thoughts and sayings of renowned yogis. So here are some of the best yoga quotes, which I think will give you a deeper understanding of the practice.
- The word yoga comes from Sanskrit, the language of ancient India. It means union, integration, or wholeness. It is an approach to health that promotes the harmonious collaboration of the human being’s three components: body, mind, and spirit. – Stella Weller
- Although yoga has its origins in ancient India, its methods and purposes are universal, relying not on cultural background, faith or deity, but simply on the individual. Yoga has become important in the lives of many contemporary Westerners, sometimes as a way of improving health and fitness of the body, but also as a means of personal and spiritual development. ? Tara Fraser
- Yoga is possible for anybody who really wants it. Yoga is universal…. But don’t approach yoga with a business mind looking for worldly gain. – Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois
- When the breath wanders the mind also is unsteady. But when the breath is calmed the mind too will be still, and the yogi achieves long life. Therefore, one should learn to control the breath. – Hatha Yoga Pradipika
- Yoga is the practice of quieting the mind. – Patanjal
- Yoga has a sly, clever way of short circuiting the mental patterns that cause anxiety. – Baxter Bell
- Yoga does not remove us from the reality or responsibilities of everyday life but rather places our feet firmly and resolutely in the practical ground of experience. We don’t transcend our lives; we return to the life we left behind in the hopes of something better. – Donna Farhi
- The success of Yoga does not lie in the ability to perform postures but in how it positively changes the way we live our life and our relationships. – T.K.V. Desikachar
- I like that: a little pressure on the understood boundaries of yourself. Sounded like something out of a self-awareness class, probably with yoga. See what kind of a pretzel you can tie yourself into and press on the understood…I was raving, if only to myself. ? Robin McKinley
- The yoga mat is a good place to turn when talk therapy and antidepressants aren’t enough. – Amy Weintraub
- A photographer gets people to pose for him. A yoga instructor gets people to pose for themselves. – T. Guillemets
There are many reasons why men should practice yoga (apart from the fact that exercise is not gendered). Practicing yoga can help increase range of motion and reduce the risk of injury, making it especially helpful if you dedicate much of your workout routine to weightlifting or cardio. Here are 4 yoga poses for men’s health.[Read more…] about 4 Yoga Poses for Men’s Health
The five niyamas are part of the Eight Limbs of Yoga, and they serve as guidelines for living a fulfilling, morally upright life. The niyamas consist of saucha, santosha, tapos, svadyaya, and ishvara pranidhana. Today, we will look at the first one. What is the principle of saucha?[Read more…] about What is the Principle of Saucha?