Shri Sanathan Dharam Mandir Sabha, Green Park
Shri Sanathan Dharam Mandir Sabha, Green Park:
Yoga Facility Every Day Morning 6 AM to 7 AM
1. Yoga improves strength, balance and
Slow movements and deep breathing
increase blood flow and warm up muscles, while holding a pose can build
. Yoga helps with back
Yoga is as good as basic stretching for
easing pain and improving mobility in people with lower back pain. The American
College of Physicians recommends yoga as a first-line treatment for chronic low
Try it: Cat-Cow
Get on all fours, placing your
palms underneath your shoulders and your knees underneath your hips. First,
inhale, as you let your stomach drop down toward the floor. Then, exhale, as
you draw your navel toward your spine, arching your spine like a cat
3. Yoga can
ease arthritis symptoms.
Gentle yoga has been shown to ease some
of the discomfort of tender, swollen joints for people with arthritis,
benefits heart health.
Regular yoga practice may reduce levels
of stress and body-wide inflammation, contributing to several of the
factors contributing to heart disease, including high blood pressure and excess
weight, can also be addressed through yoga.
Try it: Downward
Get on all fours, then tuck your
toes under and bring your sitting bones up, so that you make a triangle shape.
Keep a slight bend in your knees, while lengthening your spine and tailbone.
relaxes you, to help you sleep better.
that a consistent bedtime yoga routine
can help you get in the right mindset and prepare your body to fall asleep and
Try It: Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose
Sit with your left side against a
wall, then gently turn right and lift your legs up to rest against the wall,
keeping your back on the floor and your sitting bones close to the wall. You
can remain in this position for 5 to 15 minutes.
6. Yoga can
mean more energy and brighter moods.
You may feel increased mental and
physical energy, a boost in alertness and enthusiasm, and fewer negative
feelings after getting into a routine of practicing yoga.
7. Yoga helps
you manage stress.
According to the National Institutes of
Health, scientific evidence shows that yoga supports stress management, mental
health, mindfulness, healthy eating, weight loss and quality sleep.
Try It: Corpse Pose (Savasana)
Lie down with your limbs gently
stretched out, away from the body, with your palms facing up. Try to clear your
mind while breathing deeply. You can hold this pose for 5 to 15 minutes.
connects you with a supportive community.
Participating in yoga classes can ease
loneliness and provide an environment for group healing and support. Even
during one-on-one sessions loneliness is reduced as one is acknowledged as a
unique individual, being listened to and participating in the creation of a
personalized yoga plan.
promotes better self-care.
on Yoga Benefits
The U.S. military, the National
Institutes of Health and other large organizations are listening to — and
incorporating — scientific validation of yoga’s value in health care.
Numerous studies show yoga’s benefits
in arthritis, osteopenia, balance issues, oncology, women’s health, chronic
pain and other specialties.
“If you’re new to yoga, it’s good to sign up for
a class so you can learn good form,” Jeter says. Call local yoga studios, gyms,
or senior centers and ask if they offer classes taught by a teacher trained to
work with older people or those with physical limitations. A gentle yoga class
can be a good choice. Chair (or seated) yoga is a great option if your mobility
or balance is limited, according to Jeter. Move at your own pace—and remember
that any yoga pose can be modified so it’s right for you. Just ask your