Benefits And Importance Of Ashtanga Namaskar – Part I
This asana is also known as Surya Namaskar Asana or Sun Salutation Asana. It is a combination of 12 postures and each posture provides its unique benefits. The essence of this asana is the salutation of the Sun god, which is the power source of all the energy in this world. So in the process of salute the sun god it also helps our body. This asana becomes very important due to the valuable part it plays with our lives. The composition of these poses in their own different way helps in creating a fit and fine body for you.
In a gym, cardio would include aerobics, skipping, and running, jogging and cycling. By doing Ashtanga Namaskar you will be able to derive all the benefits you try to obtain by going to the gym. When you look at the flipside gym would turn out to be more expensive in comparison to your yoga pose.
It readily flexes your body by providing one of the greatest messages to each and every curve in your body. In the process of internal massaging, it also works out externally. Your body becomes the incubation ground for generating power source to your body. It also helps in the purification process of your body.
It becomes very beneficial to the heart and as it tones it immensely to help the cardiac muscles and arteries. Every step of this asana turns out to be one beautiful gift for your body. The synchronized way of breathing helps you to push out those toxins which are harmful to your body. The 12 poses have to be done in a specific manner. It includes a process of inhaling and exhaling which has to be followed strictly. Along with the poses, you can chant some of the Mantras which may help to create synergy in your body.
The meditating mind creates awareness about the existence of the world. Your mind overflows with confidence which you be lacking for a very long time. The mind and body work together to help your soul to lighten up, which is very easily shown on your radiating face. This exercise is not only about being physically fit but about creating an understanding of the inner chakras. It is the concentration level that helps this pose to attain its success. The particular mantra which is chanted along with the pose helps in creating that sense of concentration.
This is an elaborate asana and doing this would need a lot of practice. So people who have good stamina, with no health problems like blood pressure, heart disease, hernia, intestinal tuberculosis, and many other problems can do this pose. So anyone attempting the asana should consult your doctor and your yoga instructor.