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Slide 1 - YOGA
Slide 2 - Yoga Practice Goals Goals for this class: Find enjoyment and success in physical activity Improve physical fitness and health Develop self-awareness, self-control, focus and concentration Develop self-esteem and understanding for each other Enhance mental and emotional stability and well being Inspire each other to establish and maintain a lifetime of wellness Facilitate the transference of yoga education and tools into life skills.
Slide 3 - Objectives Basic body mechanics, alignment and proper posture Holding postures and stretches with grace Center, integrate, and balance themselves Regulate breathing in challenging situations Focus on a given task Slow down and connect with movements Balance effort and receptivity Release tension and stress Maintain and improve cardiovascular health Formulate and accomplish self-created goals Make positive choices that respect and support yourself and others Tolerate conflicts and compassionately resolve them.
Slide 4 - History Yoga is a profound system of holistic health which originated in India over 5,000 years ago. It was first put into written form as the Yoga Sutras. The author was Patanjali. Statue of Patnjali
Slide 5 - MAJOR BRANCHES OF YOGA Karma Yoga: the way of right action, serving without the motivation of obtaining the results of labor. Bhakti Yoga: the way of devotion, devotion to a supreme being absorbing the emotions and self in pure love. Jnana Yoga: the way of knowledge, studying god and learning to discriminate between illusion and the reality that all is god. Hatha Yoga: the physical path, using the body through asana and pranayama to control the mind and senses. Tantric Yoga: the feminine path, worshiping the goddess energy and seeing the body as the temple of the divine. Kundalini Yoga: the path of energy, arousing the energy stored in the chakras through breathing and movement. Raja Yoga: the path of meditation, controlling the mind from wandering and obtaining mastery over thought.
Slide 6 - HATHA YOGA Outside of India, the term Yoga usually refers to Hatha Yoga and it’s various types Iyengar (physical alignment) Bikram (Hot Yoga) Astanga (set series of poses – intense) Power (vigorous – fitness based)
Slide 7 - Physical Benefits Yoga creates a toned, flexible, and strong body in order to improve respiration, energy, and vitality. It helps to maintain a balanced metabolism, promotes cardio and circulatory health and relieve pain. It also helps you look and feel younger than your age while improving your athletic performance.
Slide 8 - Mental Benefits Yoga helps you relax and handle stressful situations more easily. It teaches you how to quiet the mind so you can focus your energy where you want it to go — into a difficult yoga pose, on the tennis court or golf course, or in the office. Yoga encourages positive thoughts and self-acceptance.
Slide 9 - Spiritual Benefits Yoga builds awareness of your body, your feelings, the world around you, and the needs of others. It promotes an interdependence between mind, body, and spirit and helps you live the concept of “oneness”.
Slide 10 - YOGA POSITIONSSit/Easy Position - Sukhasana Sit cross-legged with your hands on your knees. Focus on your breath. Keep your spine straight and push your sit bones down into the floor. Take 5-10 slow, deep breaths. On the next inhale, raise your arms over your head. Exhale and bring your arms down slowly. Repeat 5-7 times.
Slide 11 - Dog and Cat Increases flexibility of spine. This is really two poses, one flowing into the other. Begin on your hands and knees. Keep your hands just in front of your shoulders, your legs about hip width apart. As you inhale, tilt the tailbone and pelvis up, and let the spine curve downward, dropping the stomach low, and lift your head up. Stretch gently. As you exhale, move into cat by reversing the spinal bend, tilting the pelvis down, drawing the spine up and pulling the chest and stomach in. Repeat several times, flowing smoothly from dog into cat, and cat back into dog.
Slide 12 - Resting Pose Child’s Pose If you need to take a break, child’s pose one of the resting poses you may use. Begin in table – kneeling position From table. widen knees, bend forward at the waist with arms stretched forward
Slide 13 - Sun Salutation The Sun Salutation Pose, also known as Salute to the Sun and Surya Namaskar, is a flowing series of 12 poses which help improve strength and flexibility of the muscles and spinal column. This pose also warms up the body and tones the abdominal muscles. So take your time and learn how to perform the Yoga Sun Salutation Pose with the help of our easy-to-follow steps.
Slide 14 - Mountain - Tadasana Stand with feet together, hands at your sides, eyes looking forward. Push into the floor with your feet and raise your legs, first the calves and then the thighs. Breathe. Hold the posture, but try not to tense up. Breathe. As you inhale, imagine the breath coming up through the floor. Reverse the process on the exhale and watch your breath as it passes down from your head, through your chest and stomach, legs and feet. Hold for 5 to 10 breaths.
Slide 15 - Hands Up Inhale and raise the arms upward. Slowly bend backward, stretching arms above the head.
Slide 16 - Head To Knees Exhale slowly bending forward, touching the earth with respect until the hands are in line with the feet, head touching knees.
Slide 17 - Lunge Inhale and move the right leg back away from the body in a wide backward step. Keep the hands and feet firmly on the ground, with the left foot between the hands. Raise the head.
Slide 18 - Downward Dog While exhaling, bring the left foot together with the right. Keep arms straight, raise the hips and align the head with the arms, forming an upward arch.
Slide 19 - Stick Exhale and slowly the body as if coming down from a push up. Only your hands and feet should touch the floor.
Slide 20 - Upward Dog Inhale and slowly raise the head and bend backward as much as possible, bending the spine to the maximum
Slide 21 - Downward Dog While exhaling, bring the left foot together with the right. Keep arms straight, raise the hips and align the head with the arms, forming an upward arch
Slide 22 - Lunge Inhale and move the right leg back away from the body in a wide backward step. Keep the hands and feet firmly on the ground, with the left foot between the hands . Raise the Head
Slide 23 - Head to Knees Exhale slowly bending forward, touching the earth with respect until the hands are in line with the feet, head touching knees.
Slide 24 - Hands Up Inhale and raise the arms upward. Slowly bend backward, stretching arms above the head.
Slide 25 - Mountain - Tadasana Stand facing the direction of the sun with both feet touching. Bring the hands together, palm-to-palm, at the heart.
Slide 26 - Corpse Pose - Savasana To get to corpse pose, sit with fee flat on the floor. Lay back and hug knees into body. Gently rock side to side. Release the arms to the floor and stretch legs out. Turn the palms up and breath