Yoga for specific condition
Specific yoga postures are taught to treat specific conditions of the patient.
Many often make resolutions to maintain their health, don’t we? Is it intimidating or overwhelming to you? Most times, individuals struggle to keep those resolutions accurate. But everybody is seemingly into Yoga these days because it is easier to practice. As Ayurveda and Yoga are interrelated, they together encompass healing disciplines in the body. On the one hand, Ayurveda rejuvenates the body; on the other, Yoga deals with the purification of mind and consciousness. Thus, together they both complement and embrace each other.
Yoga and Ayurveda aids in healing the body and mind naturally. Ayurveda revolves around the concepts of tridoshas (3 humours), dhatus (body tissues), and malas (waste eliminated from the body). All these should be in balance to keep our body and mind healthy. If any disturbance from this constitution, then body and mind get affected, leading to pathogenesis. Yoga stresses the quality of mind. It elaborates the concept of trigunas (3 qualities) – Satva (balanced and clear), Rajas (restless), and Tamas (lethargic). Yoga throws light on the orientation of the mind through various asanas practices and mindfulness therapies. At this point, an integrative approach of Ayurveda and Yoga helps the health to be back in a good state.