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Who is a Yogi? | Arogyayogaschool

Who is a Yogi?: This life stands between the two ends of birth and death. Our life, emerging from behind the curtain of the unknown, exhibits itself for some time to this manifest world and then makes its exit, merging with the known again. This life is like a manuscript which has lost its pages in the beginning and at the end. One who seeks to find these missing pages is called as yogi. Life is not confined to only what we see or know of it in the present. Who are we? From where have we come? Where have we to go? These are questions which press for an answer.

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YOGA NIDRA – THE BLISSFUL RELAXATION

posted by arogyayogaschool on May 14, 2017
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Most people sleep without resolving their tensions,

This is termed nidra.

Nidra means sleep, no matter what or why,

But yoga nidra means sleep after throwing off the burdens,

It is of a blissful, higher quality altogether.

When awareness is separate and distinct from the modifications of mind.

When waking, dream and deep sleep pass like clouds,

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WHY YOU NEED YOGA IN YOUR LIFE | Arogyayogaschool

Misery should go and bliss should come – this is the goal of all living beings. We are endlessly in search of bliss everywhere. Why are we in search of happiness and bliss? We are in search of bliss because that is our essential nature we are seeing only a faint shadow of that supreme bliss and hence this craving of bliss.

Secondly, suffering should go. There are three types of suffering according to the Samkhya philosophy: suffering from oneself, from natural forces, and from other beings. In spite of all our efforts we cannot   eliminate suffering. If we drive to out from one place, it comes to another.

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HEALTH BENEFITS OF BALASANA (CHILD POSE)

Balasana, the pose of the child, or the resting pose of the child is an asana. Sanskrit: बालासन; Bala – Child, Asana – Pose; Pronounced as BAHL-ahs-ahna

The benefits of Balasana (child posing)

  • This helps to release tension in the chest, back and shoulders.
  • This asana is highly recommended, especially if you have dizziness or tiredness during the day or during your workout.
  • This asana helps reduce stress and anxiety.
  • It helps to massage and flex the internal organs of the body, keeping them active and supple.
  • This asana helps to stretch and lengthen the spine.
  • If this asana is made with support on the head and torso, it relieves pain in the lower back and neck.
  • It helps to stretch the ankles, hips and thighs.
  • It promotes blood circulation throughout the body.
  • Tendons, muscles and ligaments in the knee area are carefully stretched.
  • It encourages the right way to breathe and calm the body and mind.
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INSIGHT INTO VEDANTA - AROGYAYOGASCHOOL

What is Vedanta? ‘Veda’ means ‘knowledge’, and ‘Anta’ means ‘the highest’. Vedanta, therefore, stands for the highest knowledge. There are many nuances of truth. ‘Someone is sitting there’, is true. ‘John is sitting there’,is also true. ‘John is sitting on the bench there’, is a greater truth. ‘ John is sitting on the bench and reading a book’ is still a greater truth.  Evidently, gradations in truth reveal the clarity of comprehension of something . That which is perfectly and absolutely clear is the highest truth.

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WHY YOU NEED YOGA IN YOUR LIFE

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Misery should go and bliss should come – this is the goal of all living beings. We are endlessly in search of bliss everywhere. Why are we in search of happiness and bliss? We are in search of bliss because that is our essential nature we are seeing only a faint shadow of that supreme bliss and hence this craving of bliss.

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Accommodation | Arogya Yoga School Rishikesh, India

About Arogya Yoga School Arogya Yoga School in Rishikesh at Ram Jhula, Rishikesh

Arogya (pronounced Ah-ro-GYA) is a Sanskrit word which means living a healthy life without disease and having complete health in mind and body. Arogya Yoga School is founded with a strong conviction to share the traditional experience of yoga and the intention to lead students along the path of holistic healthy living. 

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300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh

300 Hour Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India offered by Arogya Yoga. Certified by Yoga Alliance, USA. RYS 300 hrs is for yoga teachers designated as RYT 200. The 200-hour yoga course lays the foundation of yoga for the students, whereas the 300-hour course helps in constructing a beautiful structure upon it. The deeper understanding of yoga molds the personality of a person becoming an inspired teacher. It will provide you knowledge of advance yoga teaching skills. After completion of 300 hrs you can teach beginner, intermediate and advanced students with clarity and confidence. It enables you to get registered as RYT–500 and creates the new opening for you teach anywhere in the world.

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500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India

500-hour residential Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga teacher training course in India registered with Yoga Alliance, USA at Arogya Yoga SchoolThis course is for those who are already acquired the 200- hr Yoga Teacher Training Course. If you have not done a 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training and still you may undertake one of our 200hr TTC and then pursue 300 hour course for 500hr certification. The course duration comprises of ten weeks. It is a wonderful space that you create for yourself for the ten weeks and learn to establish both as student and a teacher of yoga. The course nurtures physically and mentally. One can draw the corrective which is most wanted in order to make our inner life more perfect, more comprehensive and more universal. Arogya yoga school can assist you towards excellence the art and science of yoga. This course will allow you to discover a new dimension to learn, teach and appreciate yoga

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300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India

posted by arogyayogaschool on Mar 02, 2017
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300 Hours Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India offered by Arogya Yoga. Certified by Yoga Alliance, USA RYS 300 hrs is for yoga teachers designated as RYT 200. The 200-hour yoga course sets the basis of yoga for students, while the 300-hour course helps build a beautiful structure on it. The deeper understanding of yoga shapes the personality of a person who becomes an inspired teacher. It will provide you with knowledge of advanced yoga teaching skills. After the completion of 300 hours students can be taught beginners, intermediate and advanced with clarity and confidence. It allows you to register as RYT-500 and creates the new opening for teaching anywhere in the world.

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