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As a Beginner, You are Alerted…

As a Beginner, You are Alerted…

If you are a beginner, please start on a low key , rather than to jump to an highly ambitious program like an upstart practicing so many yoga practices one at a time or to practice the tough ones requiring days of practice and skill. You will invite problems then than to enjoy and/or continue yoga. Firstly warm-up exercises are a must before you go for yoga.

Suppose a person with no previous experiences of practicing yoga is going to practice head-stand for the first time , that also without any warm-up exercise and who is obese and ‘aged’. Just disastrous! For one having high blood sugar this can be all the more disastrous or even suicidal ! So this a word of caution for such persons and situations.

You have to take help . Use your common sense so that you do not fall and get injured. Your head should be placed on a ‘soft’ surface, like a folded piece of cloth so that your skull is not injured. Before you go for headstand practice the easier forms of exercises! The obese and aged persons should avoid headstand, I repeat. (See Later)

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Yoga Never Really Leaves You !

Yoga Never Really Leaves You !

Yoga Never Really Leaves You ! Yes, that’s really so! You can quit yoga , but yoga will not leave you! Start practicing yoga for a few days. You might well be the very beginner for any reason or the other; for fighting any disease or problem or for a trial. Then you find to your sweet surprise that you cannot quit yoga. You will return to yoga with and/or without any necessity! That’s what yoga all about ! Yoga has that charisma to bring you back into its fold.

When people living their life sans yoga will turn to medicines for their relief, those having any past experience of practicing yoga will go back to yoga for succour! There lies the difference!


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