Saturday, 14 January 2012

Yoga Ayurveda

Ayurvedic is a Hindu practice known as the 'science of life'. Yoga ayurveda falls into this category and it is a highly popular form.

There are many types of yoga practices in accordance with a person's ayurvedic structure. A certain arrangement of doshas is what an individual's formation relies on. It controls the tasks of the body and organizes conditions for growth. This also includes mental and emotional responses.

Ayurvedic Yoga:

One of the most popular ways of teaching this involves integrating the three styles of ayurveda known as vata, pitta and kapha. The person's ayurvedic structure e.g. age, gender, health, interest, personality and religious preference should be taken into account.

Traditional yoga in a class layout pursues the ayurvedic principles regarding the adjustment of the practices in accordance with the seasonal changes. The yoga instructor can set teaching tactics and design modified practice if knowledge concerning the pupils' structure is obtained. In this way, the ideal advantages can be gained from yoga sadhana. This term refers to all those yoga methods which are taken up to eliminate the flaws related to behavior. Taking the crux of this into consideration, the hatha yoga program consists of three core techniques.

The first step is to encourage sensitivity and elasticity. It includes matching the ether or air feature of vata which is the first dosha. Vinyasa practices are the most appropriate if they are implemented with ujjaye pranayama at regular intervals and they need to occur in a series. The practice will require approximately 60 seconds in executing a single cycle, partially of a round. This technique calls for the practice of the Sun Salutation. The key is to move gradually and consciously. The process requires focus on the inner wave movement and glottal echo of the ujjaye inhalation model. Comfort is obtained and sensitivity is enhanced. These are exposed to secret sentiments and thoughts which support insight.

Secondly, concentrate on encouraging energy and adequate heat to equalize pitta which is the water/fire feature. Breathing should move without any restraint but it is not of much importance. However, one should move actively and energetically in order to produce body heat. This procedure forwards fury and irritation which are altered into originality.

The last technique is all about cleansing the physical body, supporting strength and building up endurance. This equals the earth/water feature known as kapha. The sense of power attained throughout the recurring sequences and stances is emphasized. This allows the development of bravery, modesty, truthfulness and optimism. Laziness and unhappiness is eliminated by this method.