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Yoga and Symbols

Yoga and Symbols

The center of the circle At the origin of a circle there is necessarily a point. The point term does not refer to an object and therefore has no dimension (neither length, nor width, nor volume). It only defines a location. If this location becomes the origin of a circle or a sphere, it will…

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Yoga for Athletes

Yoga for Athletes

Yoga is not just for those who are out of breath the way they lose weight. Even professional athletes prefer to practice yoga. These athletes swear by yoga and its benefits. Are you wondering why these people need yoga fit in their life? This is mainly because yoga is not only about fitness of the…

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Yoga and Walking for Health

Yoga and Walking for Health

Walking is an alternation of movements passing through the course of the step. It is done by flexing the thigh on the pelvis, leg on the thigh and dorsiflexion of the foot, causing projection of the lower limb forward. Then the heel attacks the ground and the whole soles of the foot unfolds by landing…

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Yoga for Pregnancy

Yoga for Pregnancy

Yoga for the pregnant woman is very effective to overcome fatigue, fight against stress and prepare to give birth. It is the body practice to adopt during pregnancy. During pregnancy, the pregnant woman needs to practice regular physical activity, to relax her pelvis, to calm her anxieties and certain small specific evils. Yoga, an Indian…

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Yoga and Psychology

Yoga and Psychology

Yoga and emotions Yoga considers emotions as energetic movements, temporary or recurrent bouts of mental energy, which appear as a result of a disparity between the external or internal situation and the existing mental programming, the set of memories previously stored. Psychological diseases are also excluded from the scope of this reflection. We will not…

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Yoga and Children

Yoga and Children

How can yoga help children? The nature of young people is generally very healthy. Yoga allows them to reconnect with their own resources and their ability to approach life in a positive and creative way. Through the postures, the child reconnects with his body. This can be fundamental for anyone who has missed emotional contact…

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Philosophy of Yoga

Philosophy of Yoga

Yoga is a way of life practiced in India for several thousand years. It is impossible to talk about Yoga in a few words. In relation to Indian thought, Yoga is not only a Philosophy, but also a vision, an understanding, a way of life called “Yoga Darshana” one of six Indian Darshana called Shat…

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What is Yoga?

What is Yoga?

Yoga is a discipline of body and mind that includes a wide variety of exercises and techniques. The techniques used include physical postures (called asanas), breathing practices (pranayama) and meditation, as well as deep relaxation (yoga nidra). The Yoga is a school of Indian philosophy practiced in India from the third millennium BC. Although of…

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