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🌷 A reveals to us the secret powers of the body, breath, senses, mind and chakras. Ayurveda and Yoga work together in bringing harmony and well-being to body, mind and soul. More importantly, it unfolds transformational methods to work on them through diet, herbs, asana, pranayama and meditation – covering the entire range of our life and experience.

🌷 A verse from the Yoga Sutra, “yogah chitta vritti nirodhaha”, describes yoga as the settled state of the mind while Ayurveda gives definition of health as “Samadosha, samagnischa samadhatumala kriyaha prasanna atmenindriya manaha swasthya ityabhidheeyate”, which states that the doshas must be in equilibrium, the digestive fire must be in a balanced state and the dhatus (tissues) and malas (wastes) must work in a normal way. The sensory and motor organs and mind, atma must be also in a pleasant state. Such a person is called a healthy person or Swastha.

🌷These verses show that both yoga and ayurveda have the same goal, which is attaining union with the Self, the most settled state of the mind.

🌷Yoga plays an important role in day to day life. A few minutes of yoga during the day can be a great way to get rid of stress that accumulates daily - in both the body and mind. Yoga postures, pranayama and meditation are effective techniques to release stress.

🌷 Benefits of Yoga are endless. A few are mentioned below –
1. Yoga can help in alleviating life style disorders like insomnia, hypertension, obesity, anxiety, stress, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc.
2. Yoga is known to help relieve depression and de-stress the mind.
3. Yoga can improve the functioning of the lymphatic system, thereby, strengthening the immune system.
4. Many of the Asanas and especially work as effective detox methods to remove toxins from the body. They can help in eliminating sinusitis, constipation, acidity, heartburns, migraine and prevent diseases which may manifest in the future.