yoga teachers training

Adopting the Yogic Attitude

Adopting the Yogic attitude aims at evolution of the mind. It teaches us how we can develop a strong, stable, and calm mind under difficult circumstances. How can we face life, so as to live a full and happy existence? How can we make the most of our time here on the planet? These questions have been around for a long time; and as a result, philosophies, such as Yoga, have arisen.

Yogic Management to Improve Eyesight

Yoga Therapy recommendations for eyesight include: Aumkar, Bhramari, Shitali, and Anulom-Vilom - Do Shitali Pranayama with opened eyes. Regular practice of these Pranayama perfuses the eyes with plenty of blood flow. Pranayamas should be practiced in the mornings, and evenings, on an empty stomach.

Control Depression Through Yamas and Niyamas

The Yamas and Niyamas are described by the great Saint Maharishi Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras. He describes the eight steps of Raja Yoga, which are known as Ashtanga Yoga.

Manage Your Allergies Naturally…

Yoga strengthens the body's natural resistance, helps the body block toxic reactions, and strengthens the liver, which boosts the immunity. An ideal life style, based on Yoga, that helps to remove stress and leads to relaxation, is extremely effective in reducing the allergy symptoms, by tempering the immune system's response to the offender.


Resolution means: will, purpose, determination, or a resolve to do something. The Sankalpa, or resolution, which we make during the New Year period, generally reflects our state of mind, our aspirations, and ambitions. The choice of the kind of Sankalpa we make is very important and should always aim to bring out the best within us. Find a Sankalpa, which is short and sweet, only a few words. It need not be influenced by words alone.


Asanas, recommended for increasing height, are Tadasana, Trikonasana Suryanamaskara, Shavasana, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Halasana, Paschimottanasana, Dhanurasana, Chakrasana, Sethubandhasana, Vajrasana, Shashankasana, and Usthrasana.

Pranayama and the Mechanism of Respiration

In Yoga, the process of inhaling Pranashakti (Energy associated with Prana) and exhaling it out is called Pranayama. This Pranashakti can be achieved through the control of respiration. There are certain functions of the human body, which are both voluntary and involuntary.


The Vedas signify divine knowledge. In the Vedic traditions, knowledge is of two types viz: direct or indirect. Direct knowledge comes through the senses, mind, and objects, while indirect knowledge comes from within, which we call intuitive knowledge. Originally, the Vedic hymns were divinely inspired by Lord Brahma (the soul of the universe), who revealed them to the ‘Rishis’ (sages), in a higher state of consciousness, and hence known as ‘Shrutis’ (what was heard). Rishis then revealed it to their disciples, Gurus.

Go to Top