Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga

Article by Marina Robinson

The Bikram Yoga is one of several existing ways to practice yoga, exercise consists of several among them are 26 different postures, or asanas and two breathing exercises known as basic pranayama. It is known as hot yoga because its practice requires mandatory to perform the relaxation exercises in a room to focus largely heat and humidity, if possible the room should have a temperature of about 40 degrees Celsius and a humidity of 40%. This practice has as its primary objective the search for the general welfare of the being in harsh environments and aggressive. Here we work on issues such as physical as possible injury prevention , elimination of the phenomenon of stress, stress relief and intense deepening of muscle stretching and body in general. The major benefits of Bikram Yoga are stimulating and systematic way of restoring the health of muscles, joints and various internal organs. There are two complementary aspects of the 26 exercises, asanas (postures) and pranayama ( breathing exercises), but many other branches of yoga also use these methods, which is a doctrine that provides a lot of concentration, focus, patience, discipline and tolerance, these are the essential elements to find a place in this practice and to carry fully throughout the process of exercise and relaxation time lasts approximately 90 minutes of activity. Here we list the different asanas and pranayamas that make up this incredible doctrine:-Standing Deep Breathing: Essential pranayama breath control.-Ardha Pada-Hastasana Chandrasana with: Half Moon Pose with the hands and feet flat. -Utkatasana: Tilt Pose half with both hands outstretched. -Garudasana: Eagle Pose style. -Dandayamana – JanuShirasana: Pose with one foot up straight, bent spathe body and hands stretched to the foot upright.-Dandayamana – Dhanurasana: Pose in an arc. -Tuladandasana: Pose a foot support while the body is stretched horizontally. -Dandayamana – Bibhaktapada – Paschimottanasana: Pose with legs apart and then down to the feet which are played with the hands. -Trikonasana: Triangle Pose. -Dandayamana – Bibhaktapada – Janushirasana: Pose with legs apart while the head down to the front knee. -Vrksasana: The tree pose. -Padangustasana: Pose sustained bent at the tip of one of the two feet. -Savasana: The pose of the dead. -Pavanamuktasana: Pose extraction of wind. -Bhujangasana: Cobra Pose. -Salabhasana: Pose of the lobster. -Poorna – Salabhasana: Pose full of lobster. – Dhanurasana: The position of the arc.Supta – Vajrasana: Pose with the legs leaning back. Ardha – Kurmasana: Pose half of the turtle.-Ustrasana: The Camel pose. -Sasangasana: The pose of the rabbit. -Janushirasana with Paschimottanasana: Pose head in the knee and stretching. -Ardha – Matsyendrasana: Pose with movement and twisting the spine. -Khapalbhati: Pose of the knees with head and back straight.

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