The word Ashtanga can be broken as ashta = eight and anga = branches or limbs. Thus, Ashtanga Yoga is the eightfold principle of practicing yoga. It includes the two most visible and popular fitness modules called ‘Asana’ and ‘Pranayama’. The other branches of ashtanga yoga are – Yama (Moral Code), Niyama (Self-discipline), Pratyahara (withdrawal of senses), Dharana (concentration on object), Dhyana (Meditation) and Samadhi (Salvation).
In simpler words, Ashtanga Yoga focuses on the complete transformation of body, mind and soul by directing our energy to the correct path. Whatever good we do for the betterment of our lifestyle is Ashtanga Yoga.
Ashtanga yoga brings you the following benefits:
So, Ashtanga Yoga is a pretext to remind ourselves of the basic values of healthy living.
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