Yoga For Beginners: Ashtanga Yoga: With The Convenience of Doing Ashtanga Yoga at Home!! - Rohit Sahu

Yoga For Beginners: Ashtanga Yoga: With The Convenience of Doing Ashtanga Yoga at Home!!

By Rohit Sahu

  • Release Date: 2020-11-18
  • Genre: Health, Mind & Body

Description

Are you looking to gain physical and mental benefits along with the spiritual benefits that the traditional Ashtanga Yoga holds? Do you want to rejuvenates your body, making it stronger, toned, more flexible, and controlled? Do you want to enhance your stamina, endurance, and core muscles? Do you wish purification of the body and mind? If so, Ashtanga Yoga is what you need.

Yoga origin can be traced back to more than 5,000 years ago, but some researchers believe that yoga may be up to 10,000 years old. The word ‘Yoga’ first appeared in the oldest sacred texts, the Rig Veda, and is derived from the Sanskrit root “Yuj” which means to unite.

According to the Yoga Scriptures, the practice of yoga leads an individual to a union of consciousness with that of universal consciousness. It eventually leads to a great harmony between the human mind and body, man and nature.

I’ve made a complete series on all 10 types of yoga. This is Ashtanga Yoga; others are also available!

The term 'Ashtanga' was used for the first time by an ancient Indian sage named Patanjali, who wrote The Yoga Sutras; an authoritative text on yoga. Ashtanga is in Sanskrit "Ashta + anga." "Ashta" means Eight and "Anga" is limbs so it means Eight Limb method, because Ashtanga Yoga is the practice of these eight limbs to experience the true goal of yoga.

According to Patanjali, the direction of internal purification for the revelation of the Universal Self consists of the following eight spiritual practices: Yama [moral codes] Niyama [self-purification and study] Asana [posture] Pranayama [breath control] Pratyahara [sense control] Dharana [concentration] Dhyana [meditation] Samadhi [absorption into the universal].

Here in this guide, you’ll discover a balanced Ashtanga Yoga practice that’ll help you gain physical and mental benefits along with the spiritual benefits that the traditional Ashtanga Yoga holds. The ultimate aim of this practice is physical vitality, but also purification of the body and mind. It has a clear sense of purpose, and you're forced to concentrate and grow.

Apart from the improved concentration and sense for the body, this guide is also ideal for those who like a cardio workout because practices can be done quickly and it can efficiently boost the heart rate. Ashtangis also benefit from an improved understanding of the flow and movement of their bodies and a greater sense of rhythm.

It also serves well to relieve tension and burn fat. Of course, it also provides the physical advantages of yoga, such as toned and improved muscles and enhanced flexibility. Being able to move at one's own pace and level is another tremendous benefit of it.

Ashtanga yoga is for you if you want to have a challenge and you enjoy the structure.

In this guide, you’ll discover:

✔️The 8 Limbs of Yoga (Ashtanga)

✔️Science Behind Ashtanga Yoga

✔️Who Can Perform It

✔️Benefits

✔️Things You Need to Know Before Starting

✔️Ashtanga Yoga Warm-Up, Asanas, Bandhas, and Pranayamas

✔️Ashtanga Yoga Meditation

✔️Beginner’s Common Mistakes and How to Fix Them

✔️Common Myths and FAQs

So, are you interested in learning all about how Ashtanga Yoga can benefit you? This is a comprehensive guide to take a closer look at what this yoga style can do for you and how you can master it for your overall well-being.

Covering the fundamentals of each practice in depth, and how to correct the most common errors, this Ashtanga Yoga Guide has left nothing to help you attain physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

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