Spiritual benefits of KUMBAKA- The Breath Retention

Breath is a combination of inhalation and exhalation phases. The capacity of holding it during or after these phases is called as Kumbaka in Sanskrit. Controlling of breath differentiates the autonomic function of respiration. Awareness on filling up of lungs, stretching of airways and reaction of the receptor will...

Detoxification with Beginner’s Yoga training

Waste products produce as per the availability of nutrition and its usage in the body. The different nutritional components convert into energy and end up as a waste. Now, these wastes come out at different organs of the body at different timings of the day. Generally, this output depends...

“Sleep” – a testing tool in Yoga Teacher Training Course

Sleep is the best signal for relaxation has to be addressed by the trainer on regular basis. Sleep, as it stimulates the Pineal gland, the important hormone melatonin will bring the Biorhythm. This will enhance the capacity of natural healing processes and immune reactions. At the initial days of...

Pranayama- Nadi Shodana – For common person

Manipulation of the vital force that is “Prana” is called as Pranayama. This is happening with or without our awareness. The center in the pons and medulla are responsible for the involuntary respiration. As the neural pathway, the muscles will work. But by conscious manipulation, the awareness on that...

Jalaneti/ Nasal cleansing for Nasal Allergy

Type of technique: Yogic Process: Active Timing: Early morning Required external environment: Early morning sunlight Required internal environment: Making the mind for cleaning and avoid thinking about surrounding (comments from others, feelings like shy) Learning style: Guidance of Guru or teacher is required initially. Nasal Allergy: Nasal means related...