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  • Namasté Louisa,

    Happy Birthday to you!

    On this special day I wish you all the best, health, happiness, luck and prosperity for all the years to come.

    May your inner light shine onto the world.

    May the light of the absolute bring health, love and everlasting peace to your life, body and soul.

    Om Shanti
    Omkara - Member of Team Ananda Jyoti - Yoga Vidya e.V.

    Om Tryambakam Yajamahe
    Sugandhim Pushtivardhanam
    Urvaarukamiva Bandhanan
    Mrityor Mukshiya Maamritat

    (We meditate on the Absolute reality, which permeates and nourishes all like a fragrance. May we be liberated from death for the sake of immortality.).

    ॐ त्र्यम्बकं यजामहे सुगन्धिंम् पुष्टिवर्धनम्।उर्वारुकमिव बन्धनान् मृत्योर्मुक्षीय मामृतात्

  • Namasté Louisa,

    Happy Birthday to you.

    May the light of this auspicious day bring health, love and everlasting peace to your life, body and soul.

    Om Shanti
    Omkara - Member of Yoga Vidya e.V. Socialmedia Team

  • Hallo Lousia,

    happy birthday to you.

    May your wildest dreams come true.

    Om shanti
    Ravidas - Member of Yoga Vidya e. V. Webteam

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  • Hallo Louisa,

    happy birthday to you.

    May your wildest dreams come true.

    Om shanti
    Eduard - Member of Yoga Vidya e. V. Webteam

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  • Namaste Louisa,
    Thank you for joining. Loving greetings .

    Here on my.yoga-vidya.org you can find Yogis and Yoginis from the whole world, watch Videos, listen to Mantra Music, discuss in the forums, share photos, exchange opinions, become a member of a Yoga group. And please invite others you know.
    Benefit from the wealth of Yoga Information here, contribute to it and share it with others.

    I wish you lots of inspiration.

    Om shanti
    Love
    Eduard
    Webteam Yoga Vidya

  • Benefits of Bhujangasana (The Cobra Pose)
    The Bhujangasana reflects the pose of a cobra that has its hood raised. One of the most common benefits of Bhujangasana yoga is that it strengthens different parts of the body. This pose can works wonders for the spine as well as the backby increasing their strength and flexibility. It also makes the adrenal glands and the kidney stronger. Other common benefits of Bhujangasana cobra pose include:
    • Stretching the muscles in the shoulders, chest and the abdominal area
    • Firming up and toning the buttocks
    • Stimulating the organs in the abdomen
    • Relieving stress and fatigue
    • Clearing the passages of the heart and the lungs
    • Improving the circulation of blood and oxygen throughout the spinal and pelvic region
    Benefits of Urdhva Mukha Svanasana (The Upward Facing Dog Pose)
    This pose is a part of the Surya Namaskaar (The Sun Salutation)
    • The posture of the body improves because of stretching
    • Certain conditions like fatigue, mild depression and sciatica can be improved
    • The internal organs are stimulated
    • The buttocks become firmer
    • It increases the strength in the wrists, chest, lungs and shoulders
    Benefits of Dhanurasana (The Bow Pose)
    This pose is like a combination of 2 different poses, Bhujangasana (The Cobra Pose) and Salabhasana (The Locust Pose). Therefore, the combined benefits of Bhujangasana and Salabhasana can be enjoyed by practicing this pose regularly. Some of the most common benefits of Dhanurasana are:
    • Firming up the abdominal muscles
    • Improving kidney function
    • Strengthening the muscles in the thighs and the back
    • Reducing constipation
    • Controlling the levels of sugar in the blood
    Even though there are several benefits of Bhujangasana, Urdhva Mukha Svanasana and Dhanurasana, these poses should never be practiced without getting a doctor's approval first. Moreover, beginners should only practice these poses under the guidance and supervision of a qualified Yoga guru. The teacher should also be kept informed of any preexisting medical conditions.
    Bhujangasana is known as the snake or cobras pose because it reflects the look of a raised hood. As you raise your head along with your chest it represents a snake hood. The rest of the body lies down representing the body of the snake. This asana can be one of the best asanas for your back as well as your spine.
    Inhaling and exhaling plays a very important part in this or any other asanas. Bending and stretching of your back may differ between individuals. As some has their youth to help whereas some manage even without that. It all depends on how flexible your body is and how much can you bend, to make the utmost use from your asana.
    It has been said that, as long as your back is flexible you still have a long way to go. Every muscle of your body is pulled and stretched which gives the elasticity and suppleness to your backbone. With the passing of age our back starts throwing tantrums and becomes very stiff against our wishes. Before any such thing happens tone your body and other parts of your body by doing this asana.
    By stretching, it tones the spinal column which reflects your back and with the extra pull entire abdominal muscles get toned too. Torpid muscles like uterine muscles and ovaries get toned too while doing this asana. It is one of the best asana which serves as a medicine for wet-dreams and leucorrhoea. It also helps in developing your chest as well as firming the bust due to the raising hood position.
    This position helps in creating the necessary pressure to the adrenal glands which provides rich supply of blood for the entire body. Liver and other organs next to it also benefits from this asana. Problems of irregular menstrual cycles can be solved with this asana. The pressure applied on your stomach and muscles helps in relieving you from constipation prob

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