Yoga & Yogic Kriyas
Yoga and Yogic Kriyas are believed to bring revolutionary changes to the lives of people who practice them with dedication and devotion. With a history in ancient Indian philosophy, this practice combines physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation for complete body and mind healing. Besides physical healing, yoga results in increased levels of emotional balance, energy, mental calmness, concentration, wisdom, inspiration, and spiritual self-awareness.
A complete system for conscious evolution that helps to bring balance in life while creating a flexible mind, body, and soul. Physical postures, breath, and meditation are the primary aspects of this practice.
A yogic kriya that promotes a healthy heart, clear and shiny skin, lubricates the joints, treats backache, relieves stress, improves balance and posturing, enhances the quality of prana and overall well-being.
Meditation induces a relaxed state of mind, leads to greater levels of emotional and spiritual wellbeing and a profound experience of peace and happiness.
It involves a sequence of postures that focus on rhythm, dynamism, and vitality of the mind-body system. It improves blood circulation, removes stiffness in the body parts, promotes deep breathing, improves systemic functioning, vitality, and energy flow.
Kriya yoga meditation is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice that promotes inner peace and improves concentration and memory. Kriya Yoga harmonizes life forces, promotes health and vitality, and is good for stress management.
A popular yogic breathing technique designed to enhance the flow of prana (vital life force) and achieve body-mind harmony.
A nasal cleansing yogic process where salted lukewarm water is used to remove the congestion and blockages in the nasal tract. While treating conditions like Sinusitis, it also prevents premature greying of hair, hair fall, and other hair-related problems. It is useful in eye and ear problems and improves memory and alertness.
A yogic kriya that cleans the stomach and the upper digestive tract. Generally practiced on an empty stomach early in the morning, it helps in removing excess phlegm and mucus from the stomach.
Bandhas are yogic locks that enable the practitioner to block and then direct the flow of pranic energy. Bandhas combined with Pranayama activates the life force, as the energy channels are purified, and blocks are released.
It is a state of slumber where the body is completely relaxed and the practitioner listens to a set of instructions, much like a guided meditation.