Practicing Yoga is a crucial part of Preksha Meditation as until and unless the body is driven towards a relaxed, still and steady posture, one fails to achieve deep state of meditation. In the starting phase Preksha Meditation comprises yogic exercises that require lessor energy which can be performed on the floor in a lying posture. In next phases we should perform yogic exercises in sitting and standing postures and these exercises will increase the levels of energy consumption.
Objectives of Our Yoga Centre
Practicing Yogasanas, our prime focus is to prepare our body and mind for meditation and further gaining mental and physical strength and well-being and constructing a strong foundation of spirituality.
Yoga Exercises and Meditation
The reason to include Yogic exercises together with Preksha meditation is to tackle negativity and to bring positive transformation in our personality. When yogic exercises are performed simultaneously with meditation, it neutralizes and controls our emotions through the regulation of the endocrine system and by awakening of different psychic centres.
Benefits of Our Yoga Centre
Our Yoga Gurus will make you learn and practice a number of yogic exercises which have long-term benefits and promotes overall physical fitness by making the immune system strong and curing different body aches. These yogic exercises supplies sufficient oxygen to the metabolism cells and regulates the functioning of vital body organs. Yogasanas will revitalize mind, body and soul by imparting discipline and alertness of brain and mind which ultimately leads towards mental peace and spirituality.
Offerings of Our Yoga Centre
We have state of the art Yoga Teachers and trainers which make you learn and practice yogic exercises paying personal attention and guidance. We have a clean, serene and fully air-conditioned Yoga Hall with audio and video facilities and Yoga mats for practicing.
We suppose and believe that a regular regime of yoga practices is the safest, sure, versatile and scientific way to gain physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
Yogic Asanas: Below we are mentioning some of the very basic yogic asanas for beginners and can be tried at home.
Tadasana: This asana will get perform in a ‘standing posture’. Stand in an erect posture and evenly balance your weight on all areas of both feet. Make your shoulders aligned with your hips and your hands must be hanged straight at the sides of your thighs. Make sure your body is stretched including your neck and the crown of your head is raised. Now start breathing in and out deeply and slowly.
Urdhava Hastana: 'Raised arm posture' is the basic meaning of this asana. Stretch your arms while standing straight and inhale slowly and deeply. Raise your arms in a wide circle above your head. Your gaze should be fixed on the hands and either keeps them shoulder-width apart or bring the palms together. For a few minutes stay in this position and slowly breathe in and out.
Uttanasana: In this asana you need to bend forward while standing. Get your body in a standing posture, breathe out, fold your legs and bend forward. Touch the floor with your hands while letting your head hang heavy. Now while keeping your head hanging slowly straightens your legs. For a few minutes just stay in this position.
Malasana: This asana is a squatting posture and most adults are out of practice but come naturally to children. Sit in a squatting posture by just spreading your weight on both feet evenly by bending your knees.
There are a number of Yogic asanas that you can do in a standing or sitting posture and you can easily learn to twist your body by quickly incorporating into your workout.