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Yoga Psychology

…Sarkar clearly gave meditation, rather than physical posture, the priority in his system. Nevertheless, he considered asanas an essential complement to the meditation practice and explained the important role asanas have in helping to balance the body-mind. He called the practice “bio-psychology“…
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Yoga and the Spine

Spinal problems are getting more and more common as we walk, sit and even sleep in an unnatural way.
Each asana pose exercises the spine, exposing it to stretching, tensions and twisting of various degrees…
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Yoga For Health

Basically, the yoga postures, called asana, were developed by Tantrics thousands of years ago. These Tantrics were the early yogis doing the groundwork for modern yoga science. Among the more underestimated pioneers of yoga we find a great saint named Astavakra…
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Deep Relaxation With Yoga

Modern life is a perpetual race against time. Business pressures, hurried meals, over stimulating entertainments, improper food, indulgence in alcohol and drugs, continual emotional tension and anxiety… Today’s human being has completely forgotten how to relax. …continue reading

 

Q & A About Yoga for Children

Q4. Are there certain types of yoga that are best suited to children?
Many yoga schools focuses mainly on the physical development of the child, but here at Ananda Marga (AMYS) we uses what is known as a Neo-Humanistic approach in our children yoga sessions. Neo-humanism teaches the child to develop love for all beings and to cultivate responsibility and care for the environment around us. It integrates all the aspects of the child being physical, emotional, intellectual, intuitional, imagination and spirit …continue reading