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Yoga Poses

Benefits of Yoga Practice According to Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
by Timothy Morrison  US United States

February 11, 2017   |    1,072 reads    |   0 comments

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Yoga Poses - Book coverYoga is similar to the healthy nutrition. If you use it correctly in the optimal quantity, it will lead to unmatched physiological as well as psychological health. And this eventually reflects into your life, improving its overall quality. However, if you are probably trying to carry out the whole thing in yoga exercise instantly, the outcome could be comparable to striking random unusual postures.
By its character, yoga is the ability of indirect control of the functional psychosomatic parameters (both controlled and automatic) using setting up specific conditions in both the entire body as well as the mind.

Yoga exercise is a step-by-step activity revitalizing the motion of the system to the order of a greater level.  At the particular phase of this scheme, the relationship between the individual and his systemic mind happens to be optimized.

• What are general guidelines for performing each one of yoga poses?

• What are the benefits of yoga practice?

• Why should I organize my practice according to the yoga sutras of Patanjali?

• Is traditional yoga a proper yoga for beginners?

• What is the difference between this book and others yoga books?

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About The Author

Hello! My name is Timothy Morrison. 98% of yoga practitioners consider themselves to be beginner or intermediate level practitioners. It was a key reason for writing this book.
It is very special and positive ritual when you have woken up early in the morning then take your place on the mat and start practice. At some point in time, you start to feel your body entirely. You become a whole with your body, which bends and flows itself. All it happens without opposing, but with some primal pleasure. The ordinal thinking process is substituted by the inner silence, the rest, and the... more

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