Yoga Asanas


1.Yoga Asanas Ragam: – Talam: – Composer: Dr. Sujatha

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YOGA is an ancient Indian form of balancing mind and body through breath control and a series of asanas. It aims to attain the unity of mind, body and spirit through asanas, breathing and meditation.

Asanas are gentle stretching movements designed to rejuvenate the brain, spine, glands and internal organs. They work by increasing the blood and oxygen supply to these areas by stimulating them with a gentle squeezing action. Asanas help to relax body and mind together. Stretching helps to relax and tone the muscles to improve the circulation, to regain the vital force or energy, lose or gain weight, feel and look young and improve concentration. They can relieve conditions like stress, back-pain , allergy, headaches, high and low blood-pressure, insomnia and depression. Yogasanas are beneficial for everybody from kids to the elderly. Yogasanas are very powerful sources of energy, confidence, creativity, pleasure and longevity of life.

The Experts Behind this product:

Dr. Sujatha-Director of Power Management Consultancy & Patanjali Yoga Vidhya Kendran-Chennai is the first Indian to get a Doctorate in yoga. Known for her unique style of teaching asanas, pranayama and meditation techniques, she demonstrates how thoughts and emotions, when regulated, can have a positive influence over physical health. Though her programmes specially designed for executives, Dr.Sujatha has successfully trained 20,000 people including Corporate, Government bodies

Special features of this DVD:
    This DVD features traditional Yogasanas, breathing techniques for asanas & meditation framed under the expert guidance of Dr. Sujatha.
    Multiangled presentation of Yogasanas by experts.
    Explicit instructions in English, Hindi and Tamil.

Backed by genuine desire to preserve for posterity, Swathi’s Sanskriti Series, uses the best of technology to release this product.

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