Step by step yoga for weight loss
Yoga for weight loss has many techniques. One of these techniques is Losing weight with Mudras (hand yoga).
Do you know the Mudras?
The word mudra is a Sanskrit word meaning gesture. Yoga Mudras are used to seal or confirm an idea or an intention.
The various positions of the hands and fingers are designed to allow the body’s energy flow to circulate more freely.
Mudras are used for various mental and physical health treatments, but in our case we will see if this technique can help us to lose a few kilos.
What is Yoga?
The word “yoga” means “union”. It is neither an exercise system nor a religion, but a state of being and a philosophy of life. With the help of breath, different physical positions, techniques of relaxation and meditation, this ancestral discipline allows us to unite our body and mind. In its deepest sense, the purpose of this discipline is to help us through our being, layer by layer, until we can find our true nature.
In the true practice of yoga, there is no concept of performance, comparison, competition or judgement of oneself or of others. The essence of this discipline also lies in the unity of everyone. The beauty of yoga is that it teaches us to cultivate a softer look towards ourselves, towards others, to the world around us.
Who can practice yoga?
Yoga is not about flexibility or physical strength. There is a form of yoga for everyone: stiffness, excess weight, handicap, loss of mobility, inflammation, chronic pain, depression, no matter your age, your physical condition, your appearance, a true yoga practice can adapt to all and Each. In other words, it is not up to the student to adapt to the posture, but rather to the yoga teacher to propose modifications and variations so that the student can fully enjoy, whatever his condition, the richness of this discipline.
15 good reasons to practice yoga
- Eliminate toxins accumulated in the body
- Promote the proper functioning of the organs
- Relieve Fluid congestion
- Soothe the nervous system
- Improve flexibility and balance.
- Relieve the stiffness of the joints.
- Increase strength and mobility in tennis and soccer.
- Strengthen the spine, the legs, refine the waist, firm the arms
- Manage stress and strong emotions.
- Regaining a good energy level.
- Sleep better.
- Improve concentration and attention.
- Soothe mental fluctuations.
- Develop greater self-confidence.
- Cultivate an art of living based on non-violence and respect.
The Surya Mudra
here is a mudra known to specifically help with weight loss called the Surya Mudra (Mudra of the Sun).
Many people think it can help cure obesity.
It is perfect to control the hunger and temptation of food and to change the metabolism, so that it is easier to lose weight and maintain it.
To get these effects, the Surya Mudra, like most Mudras, with a few exceptions, must be held 45 minutes a day. Either in a single milking or in 3 times (e.g. 3 x 15 minutes).
The Prithvi Mudra
Another mudra, the Prithvi Mudra is known to help reduce cholesterol. It builds and tones the tissues and strengthens the bones. Also produces stability, confidence and strength (O how much is needed during a diet!) Another mudra, the Prithvi Mudra is known to help reduce cholesterol. It builds and tones the tissues and strengthens the bones. Also produces stability, confidence and strength (O how much is needed during a diet!)
Basically… The flow of energy will allow you to release your being from certain blockages caused by an energy accumulation at certain points. So you can more easily focus or reach your goals
The body and the spirit work in symbiosis. By acting on one, we act on the other.
It’s up to us to choose the right way to make things happen.
The Mudras + a good attitude + the regularity = good odds on our side!
The power is in our hands (this is the case to say! Lolll)
I hope you enjoyed this article.