Looking to start your yoga journey but don’t know how? Unable to join regular classes due to work or time issues?
We all know the benefits of yoga and how it helps to be fit and healthy, so we have created the Yoga for beginners course where we learn and practice breathing techniques, Joint stretching, Yoga, and guided meditation for a healthy lifestyle.
Maybe you’ve tried a few classes and now you’re ready to establish a regular yoga practice. Or perhaps you’ve never taken a class but have heard about the benefits of yoga and want to give it a go.
There are plenty of benefits to be had from embarking on the yogic journey, and deciding to commit to a regular practice is an exciting step. Luckily, We at KhushiSeYoga have created this course to support you on your path, help you connect with the yoga, and help you find your personal and be a part of the Khushi Se Yoga community.
And the best part? Yoga is an inclusive practice—everyone is invited, and all can participate.
A great place to start as a beginner or for parents is…beginner yoga. So here we’re sharing some of the current research on the benefits of yoga, definitions for basic yogic terms, tips for diving in with confidence, and more.
The Yoga for beginners Program is an opportunity for the students to learn three ancient and powerful practices, and align one’s system with his objectives of breath awareness and stress management. These techniques help students to be physically, mentally, and emotionally fit and by improving the Respiratory, circulatory, and Nervous systems. The three practices are,
1. Sukshma Vyayam (Yogic stretching)
More than 15 basic and preparatory movements to warm up the body, muscles, and align the joints are taught in the program. These movements help prevent injuries during difficult yoga poses.
2. Pranayama (Breathing awareness)
Breathing is an important pillar of yoga and meditation. One can control the rhythms of Pranic energy with pranayama and achieve a healthy body and mind.
3. Yoga for a Healthy spine
simple yoga Asana sequence for daily practice for a healthy spine
4. Dhyana (Short Guided Meditation)
The final objective is controlling the mind and achieving meditation with no thoughts. It is initially difficult to achieve; hence we use breath and guided meditation techniques through instructions for attaining calmness in the mind.
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Flexibility and Strength are not Prerequisites
There’s no prerequisite to begin a yoga practice
Who this course is for:
Beginners in Yoga journey
Want to learn Yoga
Want to learn Pranayama / Breathing Techniques
No Age/ No caste/ No religious Status Bar
learn Short Yoga Nidra
[What Yoga Is Best for Beginners?
If you're out of shape or inflexible, we recommend starting with mild practice until you've gained the strength and flexibility to tackle more difficult sequences. If you're reasonably fit and flexible, you should be able to join a regular hatha yoga session right away. You can try a vinyasa or flow class if you've mastered the basic poses. We advise you to hold off on doing Ashtanga, Bikram, or hot yoga until you've gained some physical strength and endurance. It's advisable to err on the side of caution and safety and take yoga gently and deliberately. The best way to find out if yoga is right for you is to try it!
How Frequently Should I Practice Yoga?
You will notice major increases in your flexibility, range of motion, strength, balance, inner calm, and overall well-being if you practice yoga three or more times each week. Ideally, we propose shorter and more frequent sessions of 20-45 minutes each, spaced out over several days, for a total of 3-4 hours. It is still helpful to practice yoga less than this amount, but you will observe smaller results over a longer period. As with other things, the more time you put into it, the more benefits you'll get.]
In this course, you will learn exercises for the Eyes, Neck, Shoulders and the Back, Breathing techniques followed by Sun Salutations, or Surya Namaskar, and
Pranayama / Breathing Techniques
Yoga for Beginners
Short Yoga Nidra
By the end of the course, you will see an overall improvement in health and well-being.
Yoga for Old age people
Yoga for everyone
Be comfortable with the Yoga concept of exploring and knowing yourself at All Levels.
Free and open mind
There’s no prerequisite to begin a yoga practice
Get started on the road to a healthier life with this yoga course
People are searching for exercises and workouts they can do at home to stay fit and healthy because all the gyms are closed. Now is the time to roll out your yoga mat and discover the combination of physical and mental exercises that have hooked yoga practitioners for thousands of years. You don't have to be a yogi or yogini to reap the benefits of yoga. Regardless of your age, weight, or fitness level, yoga can calm the mind and strengthen the body. Yoga terminology, fancy yoga studios, and complicated poses shouldn't intimidate you. Everyone can do yoga.
This course is for everyone who is open to practicing yoga and healing their body from the inside out.
Daily Yoga Benefits:
1) Reduce back pain: Yoga classes relieve symptoms of low back pain just as well as regular, intense stretching sessions.
2) Strengthening bones: According to one small study, yoga practitioners have a higher bone density in their spine and hips than those in a control group.
3) Improve balance: One study found that male athletes who took yoga classes for 10 weeks showed better balance than those who didn't change their routines.
4) Stave off mental decline: Participants in one study who used a combination of yoga and meditation, as opposed to a brain-training exercise, performed better on a test of visuospatial memory, a type of remembering vital to balance, depth perception, object recognition, and navigating the environment.
5) Reduce stress: According to a study, Iyengar yoga reduces mental distress and the related psychological and physical symptoms of stress in women.
6) Relieve Anxiety: According to a study of coal miners with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, yoga alleviated anxiety and depression.
Before yoga was a popular physical exercise, it was, for thousands of years, mainly a meditation practice.