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Yoga
 

VYAS Yoga

The word 'Yoga' comes from the Sanskrit root 'Yuj' which means union or 'to bind.' Yoga is the science of union with the divine, with truth.

Ayurveda, Yoga and Tantra are ancient disciplines that have been practiced in India for centuries. They are mentioned in the scriptures of the Vedas and Upanishads.

 
 
The purpose of each practice is to help the individual to achieve longevity, rejuvenation and self-realization.
 
Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences. Ayurveda is the science of the body and only when the body has become healthy, fit then is the individual considered ready to study the spiritual science of yoga. Yoga brings man to natural state of tranquility, which is equilibrium.
Yogic practices help to bring natural order and balance to neuro-hormones and to the body's metabolism, improving endocrine metabolism. These practices naturally treat stress and stress-related disorders. Yogic exercises have both a preventive and a curative value.

The philosophy of Yoga was the systematized and co-coordinated by Patanjali in his 'Yoga Sutras.'

Patanjali described the eight limbs of Yoga and Yogic practices for the quest of the soul.

These are the Yama (the natural regulation of the nervous system), Niyama (discipline), Asana (posture), Pranayama (rhythmic control of the breath), Prtyahara (contemplation), Dharna (concentration), Dhyana (meditation), Samadhi (the state of awakening, perfect equilibrium).

The yogasan that we practice has the preciseness, sequencing, emphasis on alignment with staying in the pose for a certain duration and properness of the posture, derived from Aiyangar. But it is flowing, have gentleness, with no goal to achieve but to relax in the pose, no pushing but agreeing with the body but at the same time being total and aware in each movement. Yoga is there to not only to keep body mind in harmony and healthiness but also a way to seek the inner by fusing meditative ness into it. In the yoga classes techniques of meditation are practiced too, helping to bring one to the centeredness which in turn makes the practice of Yoga more multidimensional and fulfilling.
Our Yoga classes brings out a powerful cumulative effect and the methods of working results not only achieving a firm body, relieving stress, eliminating aches and pains, improving posture getting many ailments treated along the way but also brings a tranquility and meditative ness to the person.
 
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VYAS Ayurveda Hospital & Research Centre
MRA - 30, Manjadivila Road
Nanthancode PO, Trivandrum - 695 003, KERALA
Telephone: +91 471 2314714, 2729129
Mobile: +91 94474 50606

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