International Yoga Day
International Yoga Day
On June 21, 2016, is the International Yoga Day. It’s only the 3rd time we celebrate this event so far Yoga Day has already been a big success. Worldwide, all kinds of yoga activities are organised on 21 June. In the last few days near the London Eye and Trafalgar Square to celebrate the third International Day of Yoga Brits have been practising.
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With our quick guide to yoga Dokteronline.com you will help you be a yoga pro in no time.We tell you about the different types of yoga and explain why yoga is so good for you. Read here for everything you need to know.
‘For a better, healthier and happier lifestyle not only for an individual or a particular community but also the entire world’, High Commissioner Mr.Y. K. Sinha.
What is yoga?
It seems that everyone today is doing yoga. Is yoga actually a sport? A religion? A tradition? Opinions are divided. What is certain is that yoga is very old: many thousands of years before Christ was already practised. The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit and means something like ‘uniting’. In short, you can say that this is also the philosophy behind yoga. Yoga aims to unite everything in your body: body, mind and soul. That sounds rather blurred, but you can also see it as follows: By practising the various aspects of yoga (taking, meditating, breathing exercises), your mind rests, cares for your body and deepen awareness. Yoga gives you inner harmony and balance.
Types of Yoga
Yoga can be practised in different ways and levels, from stretching your mat to a five-day yoga retreat in an exotic resort. If you want to professionally handle yoga, you can take a course at a yoga centre or gym. Often you can choose from various types of yoga, including:
An all-inclusive form of yoga, where you perform breathing exercises and yoga positions (asanas). Great for beginners.An all-inclusive form of yoga, where you perform breathing exercises and yoga positions (asanas). Great for beginners.
During this lesson, yoga postures perform smoothly. This powerful and dynamic form of yoga is suitable for challenging people. The popular power yoga is a derivative of Ashtanga yoga.
Want to sweat an hour? Bikram Yoga is given in an area where it is about 40 degrees. Good for your circulation and your muscles, but by the temperature also quite spicy.
With this yoga type, you focus on the chakras (energy centres) in your body. Also, your nervous system is stimulated. The dynamic exercises alternate with breathing exercises.
There are of course many more types of yoga. What kind of yoga suits you?
The Effect of Yoga
Yoga has a huge effect on your body and mind. It reduces stresses like insomnia, depression and anxiety, and has a positive effect on your blood pressure and your resistance. Research also shows that yoga (chronic) pain can alleviate. Yoga also makes you feel lighter and stronger and helps you to stay healthy or stay healthy. Convinced? Then Yoga Day is a great opportunity to take a test lesson and experience different types of yoga. There is definitely an activity in your area!
Sources: boho beautiful yoga, WebMD, Yoga-wijzer.nl, yoga federative.be
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