Yoga is a kind of meditation to cleanse mind and soul. This has a positive effect on the physical appearance and mental behavior. It is not only beneficial to stay fit, but also helpful for the peace and serenity of the mind. It is considered one of the best therapies to cure all kinds of diseases. It is noted that someone who continues to practice yoga meditation can live for years. There are different positions to do yoga exercises. However, it is mainly divided into five categories or types. These are Ananda, Hatha, Kripalu, Restorative and Moksha Yoga.
As we all know, chronic diseases like heart attack, cardiovascular disease, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and many more are on the increase day by day. There are several reasons for their development and the main causes are overeating, obesity and high calorie intake. Yoga helps build immunity and fight these diseases. We can prevent our bodies from becoming victims of such diseases by practicing yoga meditation. Some people depend on medicines and other nutritional supplements to fight disease or gain health. However, you are unaware that these medications and supplements have side effects and are not good for our health. It is advisable to avoid medication. Yoga is a natural and effective way to fight various diseases and also reduces the risk of being affected by these diseases. There are no side effects of this natural therapy.
Benefits of Yoga:
• Increases stamina
• Build up the immunity of the body
• Keeps mind and body relaxed
• Receives fitness and activity
• Ensures a healthy life
• Reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease
Types of Yoga:
Ananda Yoga - This form was developed primarily to integrate and synchronize all levels of your being such as physical, mental and spiritual. The main focus of Ananda Yoga is meditation, which enhances awareness.
Ananda Yoga includes:
• Yoga postures (Asana)
• Exceptional energy control and breathing techniques (pranayama)
• Traditional yoga meditation methods
• Applied Yoga Philosophy
Hatha Yoga - Hatha means powerful. This is the most used form of yoga and is very popular. This form was introduced in the 15th century by the Indian "Swami" (honorary title). This type is a basic form of yoga learning and preparing the body for meditation.
Kripalu Yoga - Kripalu means compassion. This form contains no specific posts or asanas. In this type of yoga, everyone can apply his or her unique style of meditation, depending on the flexibility and performance of his or her body. The Kripalu form is responsible for teaching self-acceptance and leads us to how we can tune into our own inner wisdom to get to know ourselves better.
Restorative Yoga - This type of yoga meditation technique helps to heal a person of certain ailments and restore life with the help of the power of yoga. This type of yoga is practiced by many people around the world, as this form of yoga is effective in relieving stress. Overcome depression and relax mentally and psychologically.
Moksha Yoga - Moksha means liberation or liberation or letting go. This form is practiced to rid your body of worldly affairs or nirvana (state of liberation from anxiety). This type of yoga is done to reach moksha.