The 5 Best Yoga Poses for Lower Back Pain and Sciatica Pain.
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by Yogi Vivek
3w ago
Yoga provides a fantastic platform for working on lower back problems. The 5 best yoga poses for lower back pain provide stability, strength, endurance, and movements in the target areas. According to Patanjali Yogasutra, Yoga asanas or poses are defined as Sthira Sukham Asanam.” It means any posture in which the body is stable and comfortable is called an asana. More than 200 Asanas are available, and there are specific 5 best Yoga poses for the back, which can be combined with Sciatica pain stretches to relieve lower back problems.          Which are the 5 Best ..read more
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Astavakrasana
Yog Niketan Dham
by Yogi Vivek
1y ago
Astavakrasana, or the Eight-Angle pose, was named after a noble Yogi Ashtavakra. There is a magical inspiration after practicing Astavakrasana. He was the son of king Kagola, who cursed him for having curves on his body when he was in his mother’s womb.  In Sanskrit, Ashta means eight, and Vakra is called bends Ashtvakra means eight turns. Ashtvakrasana is a balancing pose and comes under an advanced series of Hatha Yoga practices. This posture is excellent for awakening the Manipur chakra and helps people improve their concentration levels. It would help if you practiced this asana ..read more
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Salabhasana
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by Yogi Vivek
1y ago
Salabhasana, or Locust pose, came into existence after a great yogi, Shalabh, revealed this posture to cure back problems. Salabhasana, or Locust pose, is an intermediate-level asana practiced after lying on the stomach. Salabhasana should practice with an empty stomach. Therefore, we manifest Salabhasana briefly during our Yoga Teacher Training Programmes and Yoga Retreats. In Yoga Therapy, the Locust pose is used as one of the essential Asanas to work on the Pelvis and lumbar parts of the body.                            ..read more
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Jin Shin Jyutsu
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by Yogi Vivek
1y ago
Jin Shin Jyutsu  Jīn Shin Jyutsu is a traditional Japanese healing discovered by Jiro Murai in 1900. This fabulous healing is to harmonize the senses and soothes the intellectual body.   It works on awakening wisdom, enhancing equilibrium, and exploring the state of joy. Jīn Shin Jyutsu is a great self-healing practice to be healthy and to keep the surroundings full of happiness.  Jīn Shin Jyutsu healing is based on energy flow and how to unblock energy from different points.   This Japanese healing technique believes in Meridians, where the vital force has its existen ..read more
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Yoga for Migraine.
Yog Niketan Dham
by Yogi Vivek
2y ago
Migraine and headaches Yoga for Migraine and Headaches is simply a perfect practice to get rid of them. Migraine is considered a severe headache and is a Neurological disorder.  It exists in those people who are under stress and it has been found from moderate to an extreme level. Migraine might appear in childhood and old age as well. A severe headache might stay longer and it affects mostly half of the head. The duration of a headache depends on different conditions. Migraine is visible with many symptoms like nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to sunlight, etc. Migraine may run in the famil ..read more
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Yoga for OCD
Yog Niketan Dham
by Yogi Vivek
2y ago
What is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?  Yoga for OCD defines it as a mental disorder that is concerned with an extreme level of anxiety. Yoga for OCD describes OCD as a psychiatric disorder. People who are living a highly stressful life, easily come under the influence of OCD. A person who is suffering from OCD starts to become very sentimental, lives under fear and aggression, grows unnatural behavior, etc. In this disorder, a patient undergoes many repetitive encounters like washing hands, counting money, susceptive observation, and closing the doors. There are different levels of ..read more
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Pranic Healing
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by Yogi Vivek
3y ago
Pranic healing is an ancient healing technique to heal the physical body, mental body, pranic body, astral body and bliss body. Pranic word came into existence from the Sanskrit word Prana which is called vital force or life. Pranic healing is practised in India for decades, it was mostly used by Yogis and Ayurveda practitioners to cure human beings, animals and to preserve nature. Still, in the modern age, it is highly in demand. During our Yoga Retreats and YTT course in Rishikesh, we demonstrate to our beloved students how to practice it for higher spiritual ..read more
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Maha Bandha or the great lock
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by Yogi Vivek
3y ago
Maha Bandha Maha Bandha word is derived from the Sanskrit language. Maha means Great and Bandha is called a Lock. Hatha Yoga Pradipika mentions Bandha as a compulsory daily practice to attain the highest mode of Yogic practices. It is a combination of three Bandhas, Mool Bandha (root locking), Uddiyana Bandha (abdominal locking) and Jalandhar Bandha (throat locking). Maharishi Gherand mentions that a person should be master in it after practising all three Bandhas separately. It is an advanced practice that comes later when a Yogi has experience in all three Bandhas. How to practice Maha Bandh ..read more
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Ashtvakrasana or Eight-Angle pose
Yog Niketan Dham
by Yogi Vivek
3y ago
Ashtvakrasana or Eight-Angle pose was named after a great Yogi Ashtavakra. He was the son of Kagola who cursed him to have curves on his body when he was in his mother’s womb. Ashta means eight and Vakra presents bends, literally Ashtvakra means eight bends. It is a balancing asana and comes under an advanced Hatha Yoga pose. It is practised after balancing on hands which requires a lot of strength on forearms and elbows. Before practising it, it is highly recommended to practice Bakasana and Chaturanga Dandasana.       How to practice Ashtvakrasana or Eight-Angle Pose Ashtvakr ..read more
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Shalbhasana
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by Yogi Vivek
3y ago
Shalbhasana was named after a great yogi Shalabh who disclosed this pose to cure back problems. Shalbhasana or locust pose is a prone asana that is practised after laying on the stomach. Shalbhasana has practised an empty stomach after laying on the ground. During our Yoga Teacher Training Programmes and Yoga Retreats, we describe Locust pose in details. In Yoga Therapy, the Locust pose is exercised as one of the most important Asana to work on the Pelvis and lumbar part of the body. It might be practised in two ways:- Method One: Gently lie down in prone position, straighten legs, palms fa ..read more
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