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Yoga & Meditation

Yoga is recognized the world over as a form of exercise that helps the body, mind, and soul. Yoga routines have many general health benefits it also helps avoid modern lifestyle diseases. It is based on the original form of classical yoga which is a combination of postures, breathing, meditation, and knowledge

yoga routines are a great benefit to your general health. It also helps manage modern lifestyle diseases.

Based on the form of classical yoga which are a combination of postures, breathing, meditation, and knowledge Yoga asanas or poses help the body with flexibility, strengthening, also yogic breathing helps with awareness and mindfulness.

Yoga improves moods and helps with reducing stress and anxiety among other benefits.

New to Yoga?

Ancient Indian medicine is constructed on the main two pillars Ayurveda and Yoga. These two facets of Indian medication are distinctly different and yet, there is an iota of resemblance between them. For instance, both of these disciplines follow the teachings that dictate the use of natural components in their practices. Both of these work when the mind and body are in a harmonious state with each other as well as the surroundings. To say that Ayurveda and Yoga are two sides of the same coin would be fitting.

The word Yoga is from the Sanskrit word (Yuj) which means (to unify). This unification is ambiguous and is open to multiple interpretations. Some might say that this unification is the union between body and soul, while some may argue that this is the oneness of mortal and immortal entities. Whatever be the explanation, Yoga is the blend of various physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines that help a body achieve mental tranquillity and bodily supremacy.

The effect of Yoga on the lifestyle of a person is beyond belief. It not only enhances the health quotient of an individual but also brings about radical changes in his behaviour and perception of the world. Through Yoga, maladies stay far away and the body reinvigorates itself. Yoga proves that uncomplicated methods that use elements of nature are far more effective than expensive medicines and preposterous treatments.

Outdoor Yoga

Yoga is performed outside, early morning Yoga sessions and an evening session amidst nature are what people want. An open space is provided wherein people can practice Yoga and meditate as per the guidance of the professional. Everything in Natural Paradise is completely natural and authentic.