What Are The Therapeutic Benefits of Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy Benefits

The health benefits of massage therapy are varied. Generally massage or massage therapy is nothing but a manual therapy which helps us to manipulate the soft-tissues as well as decrease the muscle tension, headache, anxiety, stress, pain, depression and much, much more. The benefits of massage therapy can be seen applying different massage types or techniques. The power of touch in today’s high tech world is undeniable. Research found that the simple act of placing one’s hands on body can encourage an individual to thrive. Human being need to nurture…






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3 Ways of Practicing Yoga for Mind and Body Connection

Want to start your morning in a different way? Why not? Begin your day with yoga. Yoga is good for health and it offers more oxygen to your mind. It will rejuvenate your energy and you will feel better and more enthusiastic than before. Yoga for Mind and Body Connection to  stay healthy and happy life. Lots of people around us suffer from various diseases which we are aware of. Do you know that daily yoga practice cure many diseases? But the big question is to find time to practice…






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Techniques and Procedure of Bahya Pranayama

Pranayama

In this Pranayam (Breathing Exercise), the breath is kept outside in the time of practice, that is why this is called Bahya Pranayama. This Pranayam often called “External Breathing exercise”. Bahya means “outside”. This pranayam should be practiced after Kapalbhati Pranayam (Shining Forehead Breathing Exercise). Step to Practice Bahya Pranayama: At first feel the diaphragm move down, allowing the lungs to expand and forcing the abdomen out and feel your chest expand with your collar bones rising last. Exhale forcefully and use your stomach and diaphragm to push air from…






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How To Do Alternate Nostril Breathing Or Nadi Sodhan

Pranayama

Anuloma Viloma Pranayama is one of the great breathing exercises used to practice of Hatha Yoga. The pranayama is also called Alternate Nostril Breathing, is a very effectual that helps to purify our mind and body. The benefits of this pranayama are many. It is very good breathing exercise that helps us to cure most of our internal body conditions and functional in releasing anxiety, nervousness and stress. One can practice this pranayama in a peaceful place, good to practice in a lonely green place, near the river or in…






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Reduce Your Excess Weight Practicing Kapalbhati Pranayama

Kapalbhati Pranayama pronounced KAH-pah-lah-BAH-tee,  is also known as Shining Forehead Breathing Exercise which helps us to prevent different diseases. Here “Kapal” meaning “forehead” and “Bhati” meaning “Shining”. This pranayama is to be done in a sitting position, a very good, simple but a powerful prayanama in the entire breathing exercise. There are three forms of Kapalbhati Pranayama: Vatakrama Kapalbhati – This pranayama is quite similar to Bhastrika pranayama, except that exhalation is active meanwhile the inhalation is passive, just the reverse of normal breathing. Vyutkrama Kapalbhati – This pranayama is quite…






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How To Practice Bee Breathing Or Bhramari Pranayama (The Humming Bee Breath)

Bhramari Pranayama is also known as Bee Breathing exercise or Humming Bee Breathing technique. Bhramari pranayama is one of the most popular pranayam in the entire yoga styles. The name ‘Bee’ meaning ‘Bhramar’ in Sanskrit means bumblebee. This yoga pranayama’s or breathing technique is originated from India. This technique relates to breathing and concentrating the mind. Bhramari pranayama regulates our energy within our organism, in order to re-establish and continue our health and assist evolution. Pranayama helps us in meditation. When can you do Bhramari Pranayama? The ideal time to…






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Bhastrika Pranayama Or Bellow’s Breath Cures Asthma

Kundalini Yoga, Kundalini Laya Yoga

Bhastrika Pranayama is also known as below breathing exercise, is one of the most vital pranayama. Somebody believes this breathing exercise is a mysterious one and not much is known about this pranayama. Moreover many people believe that this pranayama is a combination of Anulom Vilom and Kapalbhati Pranayamas. The main aim of Bhastrika pranayama is to keep the inhalation process equal to exhalation, even making breath very and longer. Very deep breathing in wards and long exhalation in the outwards with the equal time intervening period comprise this pranayama…






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