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Yoga & Meditation

‘Yoga is like Music: the rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind, and the harmony of the soul; creating symphony of life.’

The word ‘Yoga’ means union. Yoga unites an individual with the reality. Yoga and Meditation are the processes to attain equilibrium between the body systems and nature. At Yoga centres in India, techniques like Asana, Pranayama (Breathing), Mudra Yoga, Bandha Yoga, Shatkarma, and Meditation are practiced; to improve health and immunity. Contrary to popular belief, Yoga is not just about physical postures and breathing techniques. Yoga therapy is a way to bring all the body systems in sync, thereby obtaining the healthiest state for the yoga practitioner. Nimba Nature Cure Village is one of the best yoga and meditation centres in India which offers holistic rejuvenation for the mind, body and soul. Nimba is a unique meditation retreat and yoga retreat in India, offering the best yoga therapy programs.

Kapalbhati

Kapalbhati

It is one of the cleansing techniques also known as ‘Shatkriyas’. In Kapalbhati Yoga, the respiratory tract and sinuses are cleansed through a specific pattern of breathing, especially exhaling or ‘Rechaka’. Air is exhaled with force using the stomach muscles in Kapalbhati technique.

Yogasan

Yogasan

Yogasana is exercise which is helpful in boosting the health of every organ of the body. Regular practice of yoga improves immunity, strength, blood circulation, and energy in the body. More importantly, Yoga Asanas establishes a positive relationship between the mind and the body.

Meditation

Meditation

The chief purpose of Meditation is to attain a calm mind. Regular Meditation reduces the stress levels, improves the concentration, and slows the ageing process. Meditation also creates a favorable environment for other therapies to work effectively.

Shankhaprakshalana

Shankhaprakshalana

It is a process of cleaning the entire digestive tract by specially prepared medicated water. In Shankhaprakshalana, the water is consumed followed by a Yogasana regime, fasting and diet. It is also beneficial in readjusting the temperature of the body and removing toxic materials.

Therapeutic Yoga

Therapeutic Yoga

Yoga is an Indian traditional wellness technique which is widely regarded as a healthy practice. Therapeutic yoga is a group of restorative yoga therapies which are gentle yet effective. Therapeutic yoga has been beneficial in chronic illness and injury.

Yog Nidra

Yog Nidra

It is the epitome of relaxation while the body is resting completely while doing meditation. It makes the senses alert and allows the body to heal itself. In the Yoga Nindra, an individual experiences different level of consciousness and the body is totally relaxed.

Shatkarmas

Shatkarmas

Shat means ‘Six’ and Karmas means ‘tasks’; Shatkarmas are six purification techniques which are implemented to eradicate the toxic elements from the entire body. Shatkarmas comprises of ‘Dhauti’ (digestive tract cleaning), ‘Basti’ (bowel cleaning), ‘Neti’ (nasal cleaning), ‘Trataka’ (mental cleansing), ‘Nauli’ (abdominal cleansing), and ‘Kapalbhati’ (respiratory tract cleansing).

Basti Yoga

Basti Yoga

It is the technique of detoxing the colon and lower intestines by herbal enemas. It removes the accumulated toxins and cools down the body. Basti is also useful in treating the gas problems in the stomach.

Tratak

Tratak

This technique involves staring and concentrating on a small point or dot or a flame. Tratak technique is really helpful in improving the concentration power, and stress relief. One can control the restless thoughts in mind and attain peace through this therapy.

Power Yoga

Power Yoga

Power Yoga techniques are more focused on building strength and stamina in the body. Power yoga comprises of specially designed Asanas, breathing control techniques, and specific elements of Ashtanga Yoga, Hath Yoga, & Vinyasa Yoga.

Aquatic Yoga

Aquatic Yoga

Aquatic yoga is an adaptation of classic Yogasanas for practice in the water. Water exerts greater friction and it also reduces the impact and strain. Aqua yoga comprises of under-water exercises, balancing techniques, stretching, and breathing control techniques.