Langue: Hindi, Anglais, Français, Espagnol
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Vidéo: Format 16/9 compatible 4/3, Format cinéma respecté scope 2.35.
Durée: 83 minutes
Modern life has become a "rat race" and none is spared by this whirlpool of stress. Frequent stressful experience leads to the failure of our homeostatic, self-regulating mechanism causing disease, premature aging and early or sudden death. Stress weakens our immune system making us more vulnerable to infections. Numerous psychosomatic diseases are caused, aggravated or worsened by stress. These include a wide variety of conditions ranging from the common cold to peptic ulcers, headaches, backaches, diabetes mellitus, bronchial asthma, insomnia and hypertension.
Yoga a holistic science of life, deals with physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. Various aspects of Yoga help in the prevention and management of stress. This presentation highlights various Asanas, Pranayamas and kriyas that produce a strong and resilient body capable of withstanding any amount of stress. Different Yogic 'Stress Relievers' unique to the Rishiculture Ashtanga Yoga tradition of Yogamaharishi Dr Swami Gitananda Giri are also introduced to held relieve our 'pent up' emotions as well as 'temper' our reaction to stressful situations.
|Section 1 : Jattis (Loosening Practices)|
|1. Hastha Jattis (movements of the hands)||2. Pada Jattis (movement of the feet)||3. Shirsha Jathi (the head rolling action)|
|4. Nishpandha Jathi (the rag doll action)||5. Kati Jathi (the torso gri nding action)|
|Section 2 : Hatha YogaPractices For Physical, Mental nad Emotional Equilibrium|
|1. Sukha Asana||2. Vajra Asana||3. Brahma Mudra|
|4. Mukha Bhastrika and Dharmika Asana||5. Chatus Pada Asana and Kriya||6. Vyagraha Pranayam|
|7. Meru Asana||8. Pada Hastha Kriya||9. Hakara Kriya|
|10. Nasarga Mukha Bhastrika||11. Malla Kriya||12. Baddhokona Kriya|
|13. Pavana Mukta Asanas||14. Bhujangini Mudra|
|Section 3 : Pranayamas For Stress Reduction|
|1. Pranava Pranayama||2. Chandra Pranayama||3. Brahmari Pranayama|
|Section 4 : Hatha Yoga Relaxation Practices|
|1. spandha Nishpandha Kriya||2. Shava Asana|