Ashtanga yoga
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Ashtaang yoga

It is named after the term given in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras which is the most ancient records of our indian culture. Here, it is mentioned that shtanga, meaning “eight-limbed” in Sanskrit. Breath: While practising this yoga Aasna It is recommended that postures are held for five to eight breaths or more, if possible. Drishti: the most important element of every indian yoga aasanas For every posture in the series, there is a set of gaze points where onre has to focus. Vinyasa: This sequences of steps and movements that creates a  breathing system that connects every movement in the series with the breath. Bandhas: Daily practice: A six-days-per-week practice is encouraged.

Benefits of Ashtanga Yoga

  1. Ashtanga not only makes your mind calm and peacefull, The concentration level incraeses, practicing this style of yoga makes your body toned, strong.
  2. Ashtanga yoga makes you stress free, It opens your mind, allows you to apprehend knowledge and is helpful for mental rejuvenation.
  3. Ashtanga also works on spiritual healing and mental development; it is a great way to stay connected with your inner-self. It will give you a better understanding of the self.
  4. There are number of people suffering from mental or emotional imbalance, ashtaang yoga can help to recover from it in a natutral way. 
  5. It helps you to lead a energetic, happy and balanced life. It opens the mind, make your confidence incresing , helps to get better interaction with people, etc.