It is important to understand why you are practising Yoga. Many people practice yogic discipline but have no real purpose in mind. Some have little or no understanding of the potential of the practices and as a result of loose interest after a short time and abandon their practice.
Nadi LocationsYoga practice can only go so far until you develop a good understanding of the pranic system of nadis and chakras. All Yoga asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing practices) madras (postures of attitude) and bhanda’s (energy locks) are performed to stimulate the flow of prana through the nadis and activate the chakras.
The literal meaning of the word chakra is ‘wheel or circle’, but in the yogic context, a better translation of the Sanskrit word is ‘vortex or whirlpool’. The Chakras are vortices of psychic energy, and they are visualized and experienced as circular movements of energy at particular rates of vibration.
Yoga Nidra deep relaxation is an art as well as a science; it transforms life into an expression of well-being and calmness. The principles behind this practice are based on sound evidence that has been tried and tested for thousands of years.
One of the beautiful things to come out of yoga is its ability to treat most physical ailments. You will find no harmful side effects from Yoga therapy and if used correctly, in time can help with the treatment of a very wide range of disease and illness, some of which there is no other […]