Yoga for students

(September 13, 2011)

I am appearing for IIT and various other exams so i need to work for long hours but i feel very sleepy most of the times. please give me some techniques to minimise energy loss and to derive maximum sleep in less time (say 3hours daily)


What Are The Health Benefits Of Yoga For Students


Yoga is a holistic method of fitness that aims at balancing the body through various poses and meditative techniques. It generally restores all-round health and improves all systems of the body. It is a form of fitness and activity that can be made suitable for any age group. Therefore students also can greatly benefit from the skill of yoga. Yoga can have great importance for students.

The benefits of yoga for students can be manifold. Yoga makes students limber and flexible, helping them remain fit. Some particular asanas like sun salutations or surya namaskars increase the blood flow to the brain, helping the brain to function better. Regularly practicing poses also helps students to concentrate better and train the body to do things unconsciously.

Breathing exercises in yoga or pranayama are also very helpful to students. Regulated breathing is great to remove stress and tension from their minds. Controlled breathing also brings in the ability to concentrate and focus, a much needed skill for students.
Meditation skills are a by product of practicing yoga. When students learn meditation, they also learn to focus on important things and not get washed away in what might be a trivial issue. The longer students meditate the better the benefits.

Submitted by S C on September 13, 2011 at 12:30

Are There Any Yoga Poses Available For Students With Disabilities

Yoga is a form of exercise that works for all age groups and all types of people. Children, young, old, all can benefit from practicing yoga. This even includes people with physical and mental disabilities. Students with disabilities can really benefit with yoga. Yoga is like exercise for students with disabilities. 

There are many yoga poses for students with disabilities. Breathing and relaxation techniques can help mentally disabled patients control their minds, reduce nervous energy and do their motor skills with more concentration. This especially works with children and students who have genetic or neuro-genetic disorders. Yoga can also particularly help students with physical disabilities to live full lives again. Hatha yoga and Iyengar yoga seem to be most conducive to alterations. Meditation is easy to do for people with disabilities and can help them cope better.

Most yoga poses can be modified to be done with chairs. This adaptation of yoga was done so that people who are unable to sit down or lie down to do the asanas. Even if there are no specific classes in your locality, you can speak to your instructor and the instructor can help alter existing asanas and programs to suit any kind of disability.

Submitted by A V on September 13, 2011 at 12:26

Can You Suggest Some Yoga Poses Which Helps In Improving Brain Power In Students

Yoga is a technique that helps balance the brain, body and soul. Improving the brain with yoga involve different activities includes asanas or poses, breathing exercises and meditation. Teaching students these activities can help them to train their minds better. Yoga is great for brain power. It can improve your creative faculties, your ability to concentrate and retention capacity.

There are some yoga poses that have been known to help in brain improvement. The first one is shirsasnana or the head stand. This pose increases the blood flow to the brain and boosts its working. Other poses include dandasana or the staff pose, halasana or the plough pose, paschimotanasana or the posterior stretch, padmasana or the lotus pose, janushirasana or the head to knee pose, sarvangasana or the all organs pose and finally sukhasana or the easy pose. You can also try the sarvangasnana or the shoulder stand pose. This pose also increases the blood flow to the brain and improves memory.  

All the different kinds of pranayama also work towards brain improvement. Breathing and relaxation techniques along with meditation can greatly benefit the working of the brain. These techniques help remove the strain, tension and stress and help the brain to process and retain better. Kapalbhati in particular is very effective

Submitted by A on September 13, 2011 at 12:13

What Are The Good Yoga Asans's For Students?


Yoga for students can be a very useful tool. Yoga can help students improve their concentrate on and retention power while even helping them to calm down and take less stress. Yoga can have manifold effects on students especially in these pressured times. It is also an exercise for students, allowing them some time to get a physical exercise which is also very important. Students are open and limber and it is a good age to learn yoga.

Starting yoga as a student will help you a lot in the long run. It will build stamina, increase your ability to remember and concentrate. There are some basic yoga asanas for students which work well in improving their performance. Some of the asanas or poses a student can do include :

  • sukhasnana or the easy pose
  • dandasana or the staff pose
  • shavasana or the dead body pose
  • bhujangasana or the cobra pose
  • tadasana or the mountain pose
  • malasana or the garland pose
  • ek padasana or a single leg stand
  • trikonasana or a triangle pose
  • parsvottasana or the mountain pose 
  • uttanasana or standing forward bend.

Students can also try and practice the basic pranayama which will teach students to discipline their minds.

Submitted by A on September 12, 2011 at 11:58

Yoga for students 

There are many techniques in yoga that help to stimulate the brain and nervous system and this in turn helps to improve memory and concentration. One form of yoga technique that is instrumental in concentration is known as Dharana. Dharana is known as the art of concentration. By keeping your mental processes in place without allowing it to wander, mental stability is assured and mental strength is increased.

The open legged forward bend is a vital pose in calming your senses and enhancing the level of your concentration. The pose is also useful in improving your powers of recall as it helps to increase blood circulation to the brain. To do the open legged forward bend, stand tall with your feet apart, approximately three feet apart.  Swivel on the balls of the feet to slightly turn the heels outward. Try to imagine that you are squashing a soft ball between the thighs all the way through this pose; it will help you to keep the balance. Raise the chest towards the ceiling and inhale. Keep a count of three or five and exhale. When you exhale slowly bend forward from the hips without bending your back till you are able to touch the floor with your palms. Take a deep breath again and straighten the spine.

Submitted by C D on April 14, 2008 at 06:24

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