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Yoga & Meditation Tours

The Sanskrit word yoga has many meanings, but the most well-known are the “uniting” or “union” which  are refering to the union occurring between the body, mind and spirit. According to the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the aim of Yoga is to reach the ultimate freedom, so Yoga is a spiritual quest. However, those who practice the Yoga also gain health, happiness, and calmness. With Yoga, we can improve our health and our mental well-being at the same time, thus the quality of our life will increase continuously.

Yoga is an ancient science for healthy body, mind and spirit. The term ‘Yoga’ means union of the individual soul with the universal spirit. Yoga originated in India and is one of the six schools of Hindu philosophy, which aims at revitalization of an individual through various scientific techniques. Indian subcontinent has seen the practice of Yoga since time immemorial. Yoga is practiced with the purpose of liberating the hidden energies of the body through relaxation & control of the mind. As one masters the various ‘asanas’ of Yoga, a harmony is achieved mentally, physically as well as spiritually. People from all over the world come to India on Yoga tours to reinvigorate themselves.

Asanas : During the practice of asanas we concentrate to the body, but the final result is enhanced mental clarity, emotional stability, and a greater sense of overall well-being. The asanas increase flexibility, strengthen muscles and also affect the inner organs, thereby increasing their efficiency and total health.

Pranayama : Breathing techniques are based on the concept that breath is the source of life in the body. The breathing exercises help clear and cleanse the body and mind. These are also used in preparation for meditation, and focus the mind. The advanced pranayama techniques should be practiced under the guidance of a teacher.

Shatkarma : The six cleansig techniques are a very important part of the Hatha Yoga. These techniques are the Neti, Kapalbhati, Dhauti, Nauli, Basti and Trataka. These cleansing techniques have been used for thousands of years as both preventative and curative medicines, but above the healing benefits they also help preparation for higher states of meditation.

Relaxation and meditation : The meditation helps reduce stress and anxiety, improve concentration, and calms the fluctuations of the mind. The meditations are traditionally the culmination of every Yoga session which allow the body to gain all the benefits of the previous asanas, pranayama, and cleansing practices.

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