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Pranayama Puraka -Prolonged inhalation Yogendra Pranayama-VI; prolonged inhalation (Puraka). ‘Prana’ is the bioenergy of our body. On subtle levels, the pranic energy is mainly responsible for life or life force, and ‘ayama’ means control. So Pranayama means "Control of Breath". In this Pranayama -continuous inhalation is practised.Starting...

Yoga & Conditioning Conditioning is a unique technique–pioneered by The Yoga Institute for preparedness. The art of preparing oneself for the right experiences in the present is defined as: “the withdrawal of oneself from the outer as well as the inner world, to attain an emotional...

What is Sattvic diet? Bhagvad Gita guidelines on Diet & Gunas The food individuals eat influences their thought processes and nature and vice versa. The Chhāndogya Upaniṣhad also emphasises on satvik foods since eating such foods purifies the mind and becomes part of our pure consciousness.  “āhāra...

Yoga healing for Osteoporosis Globally more than 8.9 million are affected by osteoporosis and roughly fracture occurs every 3 seconds. An estimated 200 million women suffer from osteoporosis.  Women who have undergone menopause are most likely to develop osteoporosis, but it also affects young males and...