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Yoga classes with vande ayurveda wellness

Yoga, which is never bound by any faith, is one of India’s greatest gifts to the world and all those who pursue peace with body and mind should practice it. At any level of life, yoga can provide benefits for any form of the body. Yoga will enhance your health and offer relaxation and ease through every period of life as your body develops and goes through different changes. Kids, teens, young and senior adults can all benefit from doing some form of yoga. Make your mind more focused through yoga and you will have a calm and composed mind through which you will be able to observe the universe differently. From that point of view, you can see that nothing is disappointing in life and everything has a meaning. When you engage skillfully and wisely in worldly activities, their meaning becomes clear. They are the tools and means to accomplish a higher purpose which is the pursuit of absolute freedom.

Yoga, an ancient meditation and meditation activity, has become increasingly popular in the busy society of today. It is a Sanskrit word that comes from the root, “yuj,” which means “to join together.” Simply put, Yoga means “union.” The term Yoga is similar in many respects to the English word, “communion.” It refers to the condition of union with Heaven, one’s true self, or higher power, or communion with God.


Two main elements of the practice of yoga concentrate on how to add versatility to the body and how to have peace of mind. The body, mind, emotions, and soul are all in harmony in the state of Yoga, a state of equanimity through exercise, breathing, and meditation. If you feel that yoga is too complicated for you or any of its well-known yogic exercises are very difficult for you, then there are over 100 different types of yoga practices out there that should suit your liking. In some way or the other, even the simplest type of yoga practice can assist you. You may now think that yoga has to be in a group with a yoga instructor in front of you but this Covid-19 situation has taught us many things and online consultation is one of them. Through telehealth, you can ask your health query online to our experienced yoga specialists and get instant health advice.


Although yoga’s precise meaning is “union,” yoga refers to the attainment of control over the complex powers of the mind for all practical purposes. Mastery starts with a calm and focused mind being cultivated. The mind normally vacillates, jumping to a state of diversion from a distressed state, and from distraction to stupidity and these three states take us nowhere. With a distracted mind, one will not be able to utilize the body and its senses to perform a determined task. With such a mind you cannot work with your body, consciousness, relationships, and can’t work efficiently in your office.


You get a correct understanding of yourself and others when the mind is relaxed, harmonious, and focused. Your perception grows, allowing you to see the world in a light charged with respect for what you really are, and your role in it. Your list of concerns begins to shrink. You are happy with the way life is going, happy with other people, and you start to feel relaxed in the happy atmosphere. With this relaxed mind, you can achieve more in less time and when this happens no job is a burden to you. If you need proper guidance then it is always better to have an online consultation with doctor because even physicians are integrating yoga into medical practice.


Now you must be thinking that with our mind being still how can there be these changes? Four different faculties compose the mind: The first simply thinks and debates; the second associates itself with the world’s objects and with its own processes of thought; the third discriminates between what is good and useful and what is meaningless; the fourth faculty is the power to collect and string together in proper order various parts of knowledge. For these four faculties to work together your mind has to be well focused. When these aspects are not linked in your mind, your thought and action are not consistent. What you think or say you do the opposite because your mind is not synced with various aspects of your mind. When you are able to link them, you are aware of your actions, build trust in yourself and among others and this linking process is call yoga.


Yoga and ayurveda:

Ayurveda and Yoga are sister vedic sciences that have been united for thousands of years for the healing of body, mind and consciousness.

Generally speaking, Ayurveda deals more with health of the body, while yoga deals with purifying the mind and consciousness, but in reality they complement and embrace each other.

Ayurveda and Yoga both emphasize cleansing of the body for health and support of spiritual practices.

Their methods are similar and work by expelling excess dosha and ama, or toxins, using the body’s natural routes of elimination.


Let us know how you can benefit from yoga:


Better flexibility of your body: Increased flexibility is one of the first and most noticeable advantages of yoga and the stretches and poses practiced during yoga can help with this. Your body can experience a major difference in terms of flexibility and balance if you practice yoga daily even for 15 to 30 minutes.


Good body posture: Through yoga, if your body becomes more flexible then it automatically improves your posture as well but only by doing it regularly. If you have a good body posture then in the future you will have less chance of back, shoulder, and neck problems. Most Yoga poses aid with overall alignment correction, and over time, there are so many that can strengthen and even reverse bad posture.


Increases strength: Some studies show that yoga can be as good as an aerobic exercise for improving health. To hold your body in a balanced position requires a lot of strength and by practicing it regularly different parts of your body muscles improve.


Better sleep: Obesity and depression have been correlated with poor sleep quality, among other health conditions, and studies suggest that integrating yoga into your daily routine may help promote better sleep. It has been noted that those who practice yoga daily sleep quickly and for a longer period and feel fresher in the morning when compared to others who don’t perform yoga.


Develop better concentration: Yoga is all about movement with breath relation and being completely present in the mind and body. The exercise itself focuses on concentrating on breathing, body alignment, and motion. One of the easiest yoga asanas that you can do is Shavasana that helps to relax the mind and body, increase consciousness, and minimize tension and anxiety, thus helping to enhance focus.


Reducing stress: Yoga is renowned for its capacity to alleviate tension and provide relaxation. Yoga has a beneficial impact on mental health and can help to relieve feelings of depression and anxiety. Yoga has been shown to serve as a self-soothing tool, and by reducing the heart rate, decreasing blood pressure, and easing breathing, it can help to control stress response systems. The hormone cortisol helps to alleviate stress and body releases it whenever it experiences stress. However increased levels of cortisol can increase blood sugar, lowers immunity and alters metabolic functions, further leading to stress. Studies show that yoga helps to lower the excess amounts of cortisol thus enabling only its positive effects.


Improves blood & cardiovascular circulation: Pranayama, or yogic breathing, is a practice that focuses on breath control through exercises and techniques for breathing. These breathing exercises are integrated into most forms of yoga, and many studies have shown that practicing yoga could help improve breathing. Breathing improvement will help develop stamina, maximize efficiency, and keep your lungs and heart safe. This can help reduce heart and lung diseases.


At Vande Wellness, Yoga is an integral part of our treatment program. Here you have an opportunity to learn yoga under the direct supervision of yoga teachers and yoga therapists. 


We follow the teaching methodology of Hatha and ashtanga vinyasa Yoga. Join our Yoga Classes online. Available from our Palm Coast, FL office and around the world. 

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