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Yoga for A Healthy Mind and Body

Yoga is known as “the art of living”. Since antiquity,
human beings have been reaping benefits of this boon to mankind. Yoga
with its various forms of physical exercises and meditative disciplines,
are guiding human beings in the right path of attaining health and
wellness. This health and wellness encompasses both physical and mental
spheres. When a person is completely fit physically, then his/her mental
state will also be just fine. Regular practicing of yoga ensures a
healthy state of body free from any illness and diseases. For ages,
various kinds of yoga like Kundalini yoga, Bikram Yoga, Raja yoga
etc. have been practiced to unite mind, body and soul by creating a
balance between these three most important elements of a human being.
While the meditative disciplines or meditation heals the mind from all
negativities and purifies the soul, the physical exercises make the body
fit and strong and help it to fight off all disturbing diseases and
ailments.

Yoga offers myriad benefits. It nourishes
and uplifts the physical, mental as well as spiritual state of a human
being. It improves the body’s immune system, level of blood circulation
in allover the body, lower the cholesterol level, helps the body to
relax and rejuvenate and countless other benefits. Practicing yoga means
practicing various physical exercises which are known as poses or
‘asanas’. Each of the yoga forms like Kundalini yoga, Hatha yoga, Karma yoga
etc. have their own poses and postures. These asanas can be simple as
well as complex at times. These asanas have a therapeutic effect on
allover the body. By stretching and moving different body parts and body
muscles, it increases the flexibility of the body which in turn
provides strength to the muscles. Yoga also boosts the human respiratory
system, lymph system, increases red blood cell counts and strengthens
the body joints. Furthermore, yoga is also beneficial for cardiovascular
system. It can cure many a diseases like asthma, arthritis,
hypertension, diabetes, obesity, piles and the list goes on.

When
the body is liberated from any troubling ailments, the mind
automatically becomes serene as it is said that healthy mind lives in a
healthy body. Yoga, by increasing the mental clarity, awakens the inner
senses by activating our inner powers. Yoga also helps to improve the
mind’s sensitivity towards body sensations. This increases the ability
of relaxing or sensing consciously when you are feeling exhausted or
stressed out. A sense of calmness prevails when an individual has the
ability to control his/her own mind. Besides, yoga also ensures control
of mind over body. This ancient Vedic art also increases the level of
concentration, helps to develop a positive outlook towards life, removes
all negative thoughts and fills the mind with a tranquil sense of
calmness.

Stay healthy by practicing yoga daily and
soulfully. Wear clothes which are loose fit and comfortable. Try out the
yoga clothes available with Spirit Voyage.
The yoga clothes available with Spirit Voyage
are designed to offer you fullest comfort. Moisture control fabrics
enable the practitioner to perform all the poses with utmost ease.
Spirit Voyage offers various accessories such as yoga rugs, yoga mats, cushions, malas and jeweleries and
many more. Yoga mats and yoga rugs provide
proper cushioning and resilience to the practitioner.

Extensive
and admirable collection of meditation and yoga music form Spirit Voyage shall make a yoga session
blissful. Artistes such as Snatam Kaur, Deva Premal, Gurmukh, Donna De Lory, have enriched this divine
music collection by lending their melodious voices in these music CDs
and DVDs. 

One can also take help of the various yoga DVDs available at the site. Check out the latest yoga DVD collection which has Gurmukh Complete DVD
Collection
, Shiva Rea
Complete Music and DVD Collection
, Advanced Yoga and many more.
Choose a suitable yoga or meditation music CD and lead yourself to an
ethereal journey to experience the eternal bliss.

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