Yogic breathing - Sports & daily lives

Yogic breathing - Sports & daily lives

How are you breathing today? 

Breath bring us in touch with ourselves immediately. Awareness of how we breathe is the first step to meditativeness. Yogic breathing is focussed on the Diaphragm, the muscle responsible for breathing.

Happiness and more..

Happiness and more..

What is attained at the state of body (sareer), is called „Sukh“ (Happiness / Comfortableness).

What is attained at the state of mind-soul (mann), is called „Anand“ (Blissfulness).

One is Sukh, the other is Anand. They are two vastly apart things like earth and sky.  Sukh, if any, will turn to Dukh (unhappiness) at some point. Youth may bring Sukh, but one day it will turn into Old Age (Budhaapa – read Dukh). Birth of a child may be Sukh, but death will turn it into unhappiness. Sukh will eventually turn into Dukh, it has its opposite.

On the other hand „Anand“ is blissfulness. There is no other state opposite of Anand.

Yoga for Bikers

Yoga for Bikers

We recently conducted workshops on "Yoga for Bikers" at the Eurobike Trade Show

The objective of these workshops was to highlight the importance of Yoga as

– a pre training tool for conditioning

– increasing effectiveness of training and improving performance on the bike (athletes; hobbyists), and,

– help in prevention of injuries & recovery from injuries

Through practice of certain yoga asanas (postures) we can achieve long term benefits of musco-skeletal movement that balances strength & flexibility. Besides that, focussing on breath regulation & benefits that can be directly transferred from our Yoga practice to Biking.

 

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