YOGA - The Most Disciplined and Healthiest Art of Living

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Genre: Yoga, Health

Learn how to relieve stress, strengthen immunity, boost self-confidence, get rid of negative thoughts and stay fit.

You will be learning Sudharshan Kriya which is initiated by the ART of Living foundation- an organisation which is running in more than 150 countries.

This yoga is of short duration typically between 35-90 minutes(depending whether you take short kriya or long) but is much more powerful and efficient and you will feel as if you got one year of happiness in one single day. :D This is not my statement; millions of people across the world have proved this.

Scientists say if you meditate for 8 weeks, the structure of brain changes, the grey matter increases , immune system becomes stronger, your intellect becomes sharper, your memory becomes clearer and you will have better lifespan.

This yoga has proved to be 'The X-factor' to prevent various health diseases like Cancer, Diabetes, Blood Pressure, Depression etc.

You might remember from high school biology that brain cells use chemicals called neurotransmitters to communicate. Under stress a hormone called cortisol is released which hinders the functioning at neurotransmitters making it harder for brain cells to talk to each other. This makes it difficult to think clearly and is the reason why we get confused in a crisis or a stressful situation. This also directs blood glucose or energy away from the brain. Knowing how stress affects brain brain, one would think the solution is to simply force to mind. Unfortunately, the mind has a terrible time telling itself what to do.

Many of us are familiar with the consequences of stress in our body such as headaches, depression etc. But do you know how it mainly affect us in various ways?


Muscle tension or pain
Chest pain
Stomach upset
Sleep problems


Overeating or under eating
Angry outbursts
Drug or alcohol abuse
Tobacco use
Social withdrawal

Lack of motivation or focus
Irritability or anger
Sadness or depression


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