Jyâna in Sanskrit means "knowledge". Jnana Yoga is the path of Knowledge. Jyana yoga teaches there are four means to Salvation; Viveka, Discrimination, Vairagya, Dispassion, Shad-sampat - The 6 Virtues: Sama-Tranquility (control of the mind), Dama (control of the senses), Uparati (renunciation of activities that are not duties), Titiksha (endurance), Shraddha (faith), Samadhana (perfect concentration) and Mumukshutva, intense longing for liberation from temporal legal traits.
One can’t even imagine the amount of lives yoga has transformed globally. People are engaging themselves in yoga schools to study yoga. Yoga schools follow a diverse curriculum that doesn’t just involve some yoga exercises but a complete holistic program which includes all styles of yoga. Most of the yoga aspirants head to India for the ancient, unadulterated and core study of yoga.
Below are the few reasons to prove why one should study yoga or yoga teacher training in India.
An ayurvedic practitioner is someone who would diagnose any anomaly in the patient’s body and would provide an ayurvedic remedy as per the requirement and observations. This ayurvedic remedy would include a combination of herbal ayurvedic medicines, oil therapies followed by yoga practice. Since the remedy is a complete healing process, it also includes changes in the habitual eating method and even lifestyle. If you aim to be an ayurvedic practitioner, here is how you can be one:
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