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Inside the elibrary, they discover how they can create a yoga routine that will have them looking and feeling their best in no time at all.
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Studies have shown that practicing yoga regularly relaxes your blood vessels and enhances circulation. This is not only helps lower your blood pressure but it also ensures all your muscles and vital organs have a constant supply of oxygen.
Another great about yoga is that it boosts your posture. The slow, controlled movements of yoga promote proper signal alignment and help to permanently strengthen and straighten your back.
This is not only improves the quality of your day to day life but also reduces your risk of injury when you exercise. So if you find that your body constantly feels stiff and flexible, practicing yoga on a daily basis could be the answer.
Unlike many forms of exercise, yoga benefits your body and your mind equally. You'll find that when you practice yoga, any stress that you're experiencing melts away and as a result, you feel much calmer and more relaxed.
Yoga helps fight chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease in a number of ways. Many chronic diseases are directly linked to stress and by practicing yoga regularly, you naturally lower your stress levels.
Yoga is not often credited for its fat burning properties. However, if you choose the right type of yoga, you can burn close to 600 calories per hour. Two of the most effective types of yoga for burning fat are Bikram/Hot Yoga.
Yoga relaxes your entire body and helps to loosen yo your points, muscles and more. In addition to this, it promotes good posture and enhances circulation. This has a soothing effect on your entire body and helps to alleviate chronic pain and soreness.
A further benefit of yoga is that it promotes slower, more controlled breathing. This opens up your chest, soothes respiratory disorders (such as asthma and bronchitis), boosts digestion and much more.
Many yoga moves involve holding your body in positions which test your balance to the limit. As a result, your balance naturally improves with regular yoga. This improved balance enhances the coordination between your brain and your muscles, increases your core stability and helps you isolate individual muscles more effectively.
One final benefit of yoga is that it strengthens and tones all the muscles in your body without adding size. The dynamic nature of yoga also helps your muscles to develop in balance with each other and ensures that certain muscle groups don't get neglected.
Kukkutasana allows you to feel in inward uptake of Prana originating in Muladhara (root). Feel the energy move upwards through Svadhisthana (sacral) on its way towards Sahasrara (crown). As you exhale, work to let Apana root you to the floor, but not escape the body.
The lifted chest variation of Natarajasana is an excellent heart opener as it is a backbend. Feel the prana rush up through Svadhisthana (sacral) chakra as it opens on its way up through Anahata (heart) which is shining up and forward. Feel Apana move downward towards a rooted Muladhara (root) which aids in balance.
Hanumanasana is an advanced pose that brings opening from Muladhara (root) directly upward to Sahasrara (crown). Feel Prana move upwards from your connection to the earth up to the sky. Oppose that with the downward force of Apana on the exhalation. Feel the interplay enliven the Sushumna.
With every inhale breath Prana wells through Manipura (solar plexus) and begins to open the front body. As your practice deepens Prana will further spring upward through Anahata (heart). The exhale breath takes Apana downward and stabilizes Svadhisthana (sacral) on its way to strengthening Muladhara (root).
Balasana opens both Muladhara (root) and Ajna (third eye). Both of these two points are connected to the ground, allow them to yield and feel the energy circulate between the two with every breath. Prana moves up and out of your root towards Ajna, while Apana moves down and in toward Muladhara.
Salamba Sirsasana is one of the best poses for opening your upper two chakras. The alignment of the chakras allows Prana to move directly up into Ajna (third eye) and Sahasrara (crown). The connection of the head to the earth allows for Apana and Prana to flow from the earth to the body and vice versa.
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