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Which yoga should we practice for being relaxed?

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On 7/17/2020 at 1:23 PM, Guest vidhi nagpal said:

Which yoga should we practice for being relaxed?

There I few yoga which might relax your body and mind such as Lizard pose, Sphinx pose, Forward Fold pose, and more. I suggest you to have a yoga posture that let you not only lose weight but also makes your body flexible. I have different yoga posture performed by a international trained trainers from a Yoga Burn DVD. The DVD is of a famous Yoga Burn Review program which changes your lifestyle and effective within 12 weeks. I perform yoga as exercise intensely to remain fit and lose weight.    

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The Yogic cleansing process is also known as Shat Kriyas are an integral part of yoga. They help eliminate accumulated toxins from the system. Not only do these kriyas open our energy field and cleanse our astral body; they are also helpful in maintaining optimal physical health.Today, we all are bombarded with toxins everywhere. They are present in our food and water, and even our hygienic products. Also, the foods we eat are very mucus- forming, thus creating more of a need to clear the correlating blockages that come from these. And, we believe that these simple and powerful cleansing techniques are necessary in modern times than ever before.

Through these process detox your mind , both the physical and energetic body is purified, and the yogi is more prepared to gain greater benefit from the practices that follow.

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