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The Power Of Pranayama

Pranayama is one of the most renowned ancient and popular practices of yoga. Its practice has been mentioned in the Vedas and its existence dates back to Patanjali Yoga Sutra written in 200 B.C. Preliminaries of Pranayama Pranayama is both a traditional and a scientific technique that balances the mind, body, emotions, and ultimately the

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Yoga and Mindfulness for Teens

Today’s modern life between all the hustle and bustle of new trends or fads, our  Teenagers or Generation Z usually fail to prioritize their wellbeing. The cherry on the top is the pandemic which has brought various changes to our regular routine and isolation at home and absence of the active environment of an academic

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Appreciation of Pātañjalayogasūtras

Yoga is a Science and Art of living life and going beyond it. Yoga is as old as human civilization. Yoga has been there in various forms. ‘Pātañjalayogasūtras’, ‘Pātañjalayogadarśana’ or ‘Yogadarśana’ was propounded by Sage Patañjali. Sage Patañjali is not the creator of Yoga, he collected the existing knowledge on Yoga, codified it and put

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Impact of Yoga on Auto Immune Diseases

We have grown learning and knowing that our immunity is our greatest shield against diseases and works as the defense mechanism to protect our body. But what if this immunity is misled to fight against something it is supposed to protect? Rheumatic Arthritis, Thyroid, Lupus, Alopecia, IBD, Type 1 Diabetes, Psoriasis, etc are all examples

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Moving the Yoga Way

COVID-19 has put us all into mandatory captivity and a new normal. Here are my two cents on this scenario which might help you tackle this pandemic and lead a healthy life. New Normal has Come with the New Health Problems:  Work from home, online classes, and virtual meetups are the common new normals. These

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Yoga in COVID-19

Lockdown is nothing new for Indian Civilization India’s spiritual masters and Yogis are living a self-isolated life since thousands of years with an intention to realize the ultimate truth of life. Eventually what happened to them is that they realized the nonexistence of what human body and mind experiences. Indian philosophy & its ancient life

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