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Tips on How to Do Yoga at Home

Yoga is an amazing practice because it calms the mind and is great for the body. However, not everyone has the time to drop by the gym to attend yoga classes. The alternative to this would be to practice yoga at home.

Here are some things to keep in mind before you learn how to do yoga at home.

Yoga Brings About Lots Of Benefits For Both The Young And Old

Staying fit becomes more and more significant as you get older. There are a variety of ways one can stay in shape, and it really doesn't matter what type of exercise one uses as long as they get their body moving and are consistent. Prevalent workout routines include weight lifting and aerobic activities like running or jumping rope. These are all activities that can bring about wonderful results, but there are quite a number of people who must partake in activities that provide far less stress on their bodies. Lifting weights and running aren't very really good on the joints.


Yogic Mind Training Techniques

Within every form of Yoga are the tools of change. Yoga was designed to give you the tools to improve yourself, your health, and your lifestyle - at this moment. Just by practicing your favorite form of Yoga, each day, you reinforce your emotional health; but let's observe how the principle works and how to do it.

How 6 minutes can change your life…. FOREVER!!


In this issue, I'm going to tell you about a SINGLE technique that has helped thousands get over their blues and stress.

As a valued subscriber, I couldn't wait to share it with you.

Its 2:00 pm, you are in the middle of work – well, chill out for 6 minutes. The 3-STEP routine that follows will DRAMATICALLY improve your life!!

Sit erect but comfortably in your chair. Do it best by pushing your hips right up till the backrest so that there is no slouching. Rest your arms comfortably.

STEP 1: Stimulate relaxation (2 minutes)

How To Build Immunity Through "Correct" Food


A 1999 study of the American Cancer Society suggests that over one-third of the 563,100 cancer deaths were caused by nutrition. But more importantly, on the brighter side, it concluded that most of these could have been prevented.

Why? What's going wrong? Despite our improved standard of living, why are infections and disease more rampant. Why are our bodies not able to respond effectively?

The answers lie in eating habits. Little do we realize that being fed on "junk" food and the "rushed" eating habits are taking a heavy toll of our physical AND mental health.

Seven Common Myths about Yoga

Although the practice of yoga has become widespread during the last 30 years, there are still quite a few misconceptions about this ancient method of self-transformation. Here is a brief survey of the most common myths about yoga, and a look at what yoga is really all about.

Yoga and Anger Management


Almost all of us experience anger at some point or the other. Rather than get into a monologue of why anger occurs, I will try to touch upon why we should overcome it and how it can be done.

Why should anger be overcome?

Anger destroys the peace of mind: One constantly undergoes mental turmoil, uneasiness and frustration when anger is experienced. This disturbed mind is akin to a rudderless boat in a stormy ocean, being tossed around from place to place without it being able to focus on the task or destination ahead.

8 Ways To Energize Your Life

Life force, oomph, chi, prana, passion, energy - whatever you call it, having a sense of liveliness is highly sought after these days, yet quite elusive, given the ever-increasing pace and breadth of our days. Many people worry about their lack of energy, and the number of people feeling fatigued is on the rise. Most frequently, these problems stem from stress, or from what I refer to as "chronic overdoingitis" - but relax, it's curable!

How Yoga Heals

We all know that stress is the most common root cause of most of our diseases, ailments and psychological problems. We also know that most of the modern medicines can reduce stress but is unable to eliminate stress. This is where Yoga has comes in. It eliminates stress through physical exercises, known as ‘asanas’ and through quiet meditation. However, to understand how Yoga heals you first need to understand how stress works.

Learn breathing? the yoga way


With the ever-increasing incidence of lifestyle diseases like cardio-vascular and nervous system disorders, the time has come for us to address this ourselves, fair and square WITHOUT external dependence.

Did you know that reprogramming your natural breathing technique would not only help in preventing these problems but also help in the "reversal" of several such harmful conditions?

Yes, it's not only possible but proven too. In fact leading cardiac experts are advocating the benefits of "correct" breathing to their patients.

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