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7 Days Yoga Retreat , Yoganandham Rishikesh

 

7 Days Yoga Retreat Certificate Distribution Ceremony

Our Honorable Guest Claudia Maria has competed her 7 Days Yoga Retreat with us at our Yoga School Yoganandham. 7 Days Yoga Retreat is Yoga Course which is designed for beginners as well as advanced level of students. Yoga Retreat courses at Yoganandham is provides a great experience of Yoga along with relaxation.

 

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200 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training Inauguration & Induction Ceremony Rishikesh Yoganandham

200 Hrs Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh Yoganandham Inauguration and Induction Ceremony at Yoganandham

On the occasion of starting of Yoga Teacher training we have organized Pooja ceremony and Hawan ceremony for giving a holistic  start to their Yogic Journey.

We have also organized Induction ceremony which is led by our Head Yoga Teacher Yogi Manish in that he has introduced all Teachers to all the students. Also introduced all the students about the curriculum of the school and their classes as well.

 

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Hawan (Fire Puja) on Occasion of First Anniversary of Yoganandham

Hawan Fire Pooja on the occasion of First Anniversary of Yoganandham( A School of Yoga Learning) and Starting of  new batch of Yoga Teacher Training Course. We want to thank all our guests who helped us to successfully complete 1 year.

Origin of Hawan: 

Homa or Hawan or Yagya, as people call it in India is a vedic tradition which is coming down or the last billions and trillions of yugas. The famous yagyas which are mentioned in the Vedic literature are Ashwamedha Yagya of Maharaj Dashratha, Rajsuya Yagya of Maharaj Yudhishthir etc.

Doing Yagya was yuga dharma (Supreme prerogative and duty) of Treta yuga and people used to see the lord being satisfied by that when he used to appear in the yagya kund.

What is hawan or homa?

Yagya comprises of igniting a holy fire using pure wood and pure cow ghee and cow dung cakes and with the chanting of mantras, the hawish is poured into the fire with the word “Swaha!”. The hawish comprises of Indian Cow Ghee and mixture of Herbs called Hawan Samagri along with some other pure materials.

Scientific Paradigm:

  • Seeing the Hawan with scientific paradigm, the ancient sages used to say that by doing yagya, Sattva gun increases which is symbolized by cleanliness, peace and purity.
  • The cow ghee and cow dung cake react to release tonnes of oxygen ad other gases which make the atmosphere pure.
  • The small quantities of sulpher and nitrogen oxides get rid of harmful bacteria and their inhalation causes lacrimation, which relieves the eyes of all impurities and cough which arises clears the nasal and respiratory passage.
  • All the harmful microbes and pathogens are cleared due to the smoke emitted by burning of herbs which acts as a natural detoxifier.
  • The natural herbal smoke purifies the mind as well as the body.
  • The ash which is remaining from the Hawan kund is asked to put into plants which acts as a very good fertilizer.

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7 Days Rejuvenating Yoga Retreat at Yoganandham

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Yoga Retreat at Yoganandham starts from 7 september to 14 september 2017 which is led by Yogacharya Manish along with experienced Teaching staff and Team members. This Yoga Retreat is specially designed to Relax & Rejuvinate yourself physicially and mentally. Yoga retreat covers all aspects of yoga physical aspects as well as mental aspects and spiritual aspects also, which includes practice of Asanas, Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Breathing Techniques, Cleansing Techniques, Yoga Sadhna, Meditation and other Yogic practices. At Yoganandham most of the teaching comes from the roots of Hatha Yoga and Ashthana Yoga, which is explained in such a way that it is understandable to all beginners’ as well as advanced level of students.
Yoga Retreat Rates $ 300 USD (All Inclusive)(Accomodation, Food & Yoga Session)

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Yoga and Meditation Class with Australian Group at Yoganandham, Rishikesh

Yoga and meditation class with Austrlian Group at Yoganandham, Rishikesh. Which  is led by Yogi Kamal Singh  with the traditional Ashtanga Yoga style in which a proper combination of Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation was taught to the students to enrich their knowledge about  Yoga and a Healthy lifestyle.

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Yoga Class with French Group at Yoganandham, Rishikesh

Yoga Class at Yoganandham for the french students group who come to explore Indian culture and tradition. The Yoga Class was led by Yogacharya Manish Arora with the traditional Hatha Yoga style in which a proper combination of Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation was taught to the students to enrich their knowledge about  Yoga and a Healthy lifestyle . The class was about to provide information about Yoga and its benefits  for bringing the harmony in Body, Mind and Soul.

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Yoga Cleansing Technique – Jalneti, Yoganandham

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Jala Neti

 

Neti with Salt Water

Technique:

Fill the specially made vessel, the Neti Pot, with warm, salty water. The temperature of the water should be 38-40° C, with about 1 teaspoon of salt per 1 litre of water*. Bend the head over a wash basin and gently insert the spout of the Neti Pot into the right nostril (which as a result, closes it). Bend the head slightly forward and at the same time tilt the head to the left so that the water may flow out of the left nostril. Breathing takes place through the opened mouth. Pour approximately half the contents of the pot through the right nostril.

Now gently insert the spout of the Neti Pot into the left nostril and tilt the head to the right, so that the water may flow out through the right nostril. When finished, blow out all remaining water from both nostrils using the technique of Kapala Bhati Pranayama (see Hatha Yoga Kriyas 5).

To complete the purification of the nose, strongly expel the breath a further 3-5 times through each nostril while holding the other nostril shut (as when blowing your nose). It is important that the mouth remains open during this process to prevent water getting into the ears.

It is recommended that Neti be performed daily.

Benefits:

Has a positive influence on all sense organs in the head. Strengthens vision and relieves tired eyes (e.g. after working long hours at the computer). Neti can also be helpful in relieving headaches. Memory and concentration are improved. It is also beneficial for problems associated with the nasal and sinus cavities. Neti has a preventative effect against head colds and sinusitis. With regular use, Neti can also cure or at least ease hay fever and pollen allergies.

Caution:

Do not practice if you have a severe cold or are suffering from ear ache.

 

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