Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama

Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama are incredible tools for well-being. They help you connect more with yourself and your spirituality, be mentally present, reduce stress, increase focus and help relieve anxiety. Including the teachings of Yoga and Ayurveda on a daily basis can change your life.

We bring a collection of Yoga, meditation and Pranayama practices to incorporate into your daily life and live an increasingly better life. Browse our posts and include what makes sense to you in your routine!

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Yoga for lungs

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Ujjayi Pranayama

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Gyan Mudra

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Ayurveda and Yoga are interconnected ancient Indian health systems that value a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Despite having existed for thousands of years, these health systems have been gaining more and more space in the modern Western world, as they help alleviate the biggest problems of modernity: Anxiety and stress.

Meditation is also a very important practice to relax, calm the mind and reconnect with your body. Meditative practices are essential to Ayurveda in order to achieve mental and spiritual balance.

Pranayama is a set of powerful breathing techniques from Yoga. that are very good for bringing attention to the body and reconnecting with yourself. It’s a great tool to calm yourself down in moments of stress and overload, when you’re feeling anxious.

Living in the present and being spiritual and grateful are fundamental practices for improving mental and physical health. Combining Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama with a healthy diet from Ayurveda is a huge improvement in the health.

Challenges of including these practices in your routine

Doing yoga, meditation and Pranayama is a very good strategy for living a more peaceful and present life. At first, it is a little challenging to incorporate these practices into your daily life, due to the difficulty of establishing new habits and the initial discomfort that these practices bring.

When we are used to a very agitated mind and very little connection with our body, Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama practices are extremely challenging at first. Practicing Yoga exercises makes you notice different discomforts in your body, and pay close attention to all sensations, your breathing and your limits.

Also, practicing meditation makes us focus our attention on our breathing and makes us develop the practice of not feeding our thoughts for a calmer mind. Which is a skill that will positively impact your life beyond meditation. Besides, sometimes we need to learn to let our thoughts and feelings pass.

Despite the difficulty of calming the mind, you need to set your intention and understand the importance of adding these practices into your routine. It also gets easier and easier with practice and the benefits are incredible. Insist and set your intention!

Last, browse our Ayurveda compendium and our Youtube Channel to learn more about this holistic medicine and easily incorporate its principles into your routine. For more information about yoga, meditation and Pranayama, check out this page here.

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