Advantages of Yoga
Yoga is not religion Yoga is Philosophy. Authentic Yoga dates from 4000 years ago and it was thought and transferred by verbal knowledge from Rishies teachers to their chosen disciples. It is delivered in equanimity and its core teachings date from “Vedantic time of existence of Yoga history.” Later documentation and systematic approach towards Yoga Knowledge is referring to Upanishads, Krishna studies related to Bhagavad-Gita Gitta, and Pathanjali Yoga Studies.
Yoga studio Nada referres to Authentic Yoga Studies in reference to Yoga in Daily Life System Spi copy Yoga school Varanasi in reference to Pranayam and Pathanjali studies Two approaches are congruent in authenticity. Syamguruji specializes in Pranayam and Kriya Yoga studies. Yoga Studio Nada refers to Authentic Music classical and semi classical style of teaching with Ishvarlal Mishra Music academy We also support teaching philosophy supported by Sur Sangeet Music teaching and Music therapy when it comes to utilization of percussion in supportive teaching, music and narrative therapy
Yoga Studio Nada Karma Yoga international and local activities date from 1996 Karma Yoga Activities from 1997- Yoga in Daily Life Brisbane Local Ipswich, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast activities related to ASCA and Harmony Supportlinks Inc, SSF Sudanese Support Foundation Karma Yoga drumming circles are constant and ongoing presentation of Yoga Studio Nada in local Multicultural Festivals as well since this year Booval Night Market
Yoga means balance, harmony and unity. Universal balance, Harmony of body, mind and soul and Unity of the individual consciousness with the cosmic consciousness. The ancient science of Yoga, readily equips humans to reinstate world peace, environmental sustainability, as well as harmony between individuals, communities, religions and nations. In modern times, Yoga has unfortunately come to mean only physical exercise or posture, however that is only one aspect of this ancient science, the others are neglected. The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Yog’ meaning union.
Current meditation sessions are part of Yoga in daily Life and Kriya Yoga classes. We are endeavoring to commence Yoga of Nad workshop on Ragas and Mantra Chanting and affirmation from August this 2015.
The practise of Yoga and its benefits physically, mentally, socially and spiritually, allows us to create harmony within ourself. When you start to feel this harmony your whole inner being revives like a desert after rain. Yoga and Meditation exerts a pleasant, harmonising and healing effect upon ones whole body and psyche. There comes to exist in one’s heart something so peaceful, which no one can ever take away.
Food and nutrition
Proper diet is fundamental for sustaining good health and mental development. Yoga categorizes three types of foods according to their qualities. These qualities correspond to the three Gunas - Sattvic, Rajasic and Tamasic.
Tamasic Foods such as meat, fish, eggs, alcohol, preserved food and old, reheated food, makes us sluggish and lethargic. Rajasic food is excessively spicy food, which causes us to be restless and agressive. Rajasic qualities also arise from an excessive consumption of coffee or chocolate. Sattvic foods however, give rise to a balanced and harmonious sense of wellbeing in both body and mind. sattvic food is found in a lacto-vegetarian, whole food diet which includes grains, vegetables, pulses, fruit, nuts, seeds, milk, and organic milk products.
Method: Sixty-six participants over the age of 18 completed the study. Randomised into two groups of 33. Participants in the experimental group underwent six one hour yoga classes in gestation weeks 26-28, 30, 32, 34, 36 and 37. Instruction in postures, chanting, breathing, yoga relaxation and meditation formed the yoga sessions. This group was also asked to practise yoga at home 3 or more times a week for 10-12 weeks. Participants in the control group received routine nursing care. During scheduled visits, researchers conversed with the participants for 20-30 minutes.
Measurements: During labour a Visual Analog Scale for Total Comfort was used to evaluate comfort levels. This scale consists of a 100mm line on which participants were asked to place a mark that corresponds to their level of comfort. The higher the score, the greater the comfort. These measurements were taken at 3-4cm dilation, then 2 hours after birthing and then another 2 hours after.
Most cattle graze for the first part of their lives and then are fed carbon-intensive grains and legumes for the second part. In fact, a majority of the world’s crops become feed for cattle and other livestock. In both tropical and temperate regions, much of the same land used to graze livestock and grow feed could instead regenerate tall grasses and forest, among which - as well as in the soil beneath – much more carbon could be absorbed and sequestered than in land set aside for grazing and feed. If regeneration of pasture and forest would occur on a large, global scale, then as much as half of today’s atmospheric carbon could potentially be absorbed.