YOGA

The world today is realizing the clinical importance of Yoga after having suffered acute and chronic side effects from consumable chemical drugs.Yoga, the confluence of physical, mental and spiritual practices, transforms the mind and body for better health. Its Sanskrit connotation refers to the visibly abstract but experientially tangible ‘union’ of the self and the cosmos which draws its essence from energizing Kundalini ( life force), beginning at the base of the spine.

At the physical level, various Yoga Asanas (body postures) are prescribed for a healthy body while at the mental and spiritual levels, Kriya Pranayama (breathing exercises) and Dhyana (meditation) discipline the mind into a tranquil one. These exercises, perfected by ancient sages over centuries, are practiced at Narayana Naturopathy and Yoga College’s exclusive meditation hall to cure a wide range of diseases and disorders, which specifically result in positive aspects of life such as:

  • Attainment of perfect equilibrium and harmony.
  • Promotion of self- healing.
  • Removal of negative blocks from the mind and toxins from the body.
  • Stimulation of respiratory and digestive systems.
  • Enhancement of personal power.
  • Increase in self-awareness and spiritual elevation.
  • Focus and concentration, especially among children .
  • Reduction of stress and tension in the physical body by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.