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Main eBook:”Yoga for Health, Fitness & Weight Loss”

(4,179 words, 19 pages, 7 images)

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Table of Contents for the Yoga for Health, Fitness & Weight Loss PLR eBook:

Introduction – Yoga is for More than Calming and Flexibility. 3

The Many Benefits of Yoga for Fitness………………………………….. 5

Yoga Improves Your Cardiovascular Health…………………………………. 5

Yoga Improves Your Functional Health…………………………………………. 5

Yoga Helps You with Your Weight Loss Goals……………………………….. 7

Yoga Improves Your Flexibility……………………………………………………….. 7

Yoga Improves Your Strength………………………………………………………….. 8

Yoga Improves Your Endurance……………………………………………………… 9

Best Types of Yoga for Fitness…………………………………………….. 10

Hatha Yoga………………………………………………………………………………………… 10

Vinyasa Yoga…………………………………………………………………………………….. 10

Iyengar Yoga…………………………………………………………………………………….. 10

Ashtanga Yoga………………………………………………………………………………….. 11

Power Yoga……………………………………………………………………………………….. 11

Bikram Yoga……………………………………………………………………………………… 12

Yin Yoga…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 12

Forrest Yoga……………………………………………………………………………………… 12

7 Yoga Poses to Boost Fitness……………………………………………… 14

#1 Boat Pose…………………………………………………………………………………….. 14

#2 Dolphin Plank Pose……………………………………………………………………. 14

#3 Chair Pose……………………………………………………………………………………. 14

#4 Locust Pose………………………………………………………………………………….. 15

#5 Warrior Pose………………………………………………………………………………. 15

#6 Tree Pose…………………………………………………………………………………….. 16

#7 Upward Bow Pose………………………………………………………………………. 16

Creating Your Own Yoga Practice……………………………………….. 18

Wrapping it Up – Some Tips for Success……………………………… 19

 

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Introduction – Yoga is for More than Calming and Flexibility

When you think about yoga, what comes to mind? For many who are new to yoga – and even those who have practiced yoga – the idea of calming, or flexibility, or even weight loss (hot yoga) comes to mind.

What if I told you that yoga can help you get into the best shape of your life? It’s true. Yoga can help you boost your cardiovascular health, improve your strength, endurance, functional fitness, and flexibility.

And yes, yoga can still help you unwind, de-stress, and find calm.

One of the best things about yoga is that it’s a practice. This means that you start from where you are now, today, and as you practice more, your skills improve. Many people avoid yoga because they feel like they’re not in good enough shape to go to a class.

Not true. Yoga is for everyone. And the concept of a yoga practice is wonderful because it helps you focus on what’s important. It helps you stay in the moment and get the most out of each session.

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Topic: The Benefits of Yoga (for Beginners)

Email1-Welcome to the Course on the Benefits of Yoga – 342 words

Email2-Use Yoga to Decrease Stress – 452 words

Email3-Using Yoga to Increase Flexibility – 366 words

Email4-How to Improve Your Fitness Level Though Yoga – 551 words

Email5-Improving Mental Acuity through Yoga – 499 words

 

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Email #5 – Improving Mental Acuity through Yoga

Well this is it – the last lesson in this series and one where we talk about improving mental acuity. Up to this point, we have focused mainly on how yoga improves you physically; there is a mental part of the equation that is just as important to your health and well-being.

When trying to improve our fitness level, most of us think only physically. But increasing your mental acuity is just as important because as you know, what the mind wants, the body does.

Boosting brain function starts with increasing blood flow to the brain, which in turn increases the amount of oxygen it receives. Admittedly, some yoga positions are better at doing this than others.  Here are some of the top Super Brain Yoga (yes this is a type of yoga now recognized in the medical professional and educator world) moves that not only increases blood flow to the brain, but good for your brain in general:

  • Plow – Helps improve blood flow to the brain and calm the nervous system; stretches the back and neck, reducing stress and fatigue.
  • Seated Forward Bend – Stretches the spine and helps relieve stress; relaxes the mind by removing negative emotions like irritability and anger.
  • Big Toe – An inversion move that calms the brain, by increasing blood flow; helps reduce and prevent headaches.
  • Shoulder stand – Another inversion move that nourishes the brain as more blood reaches the pineal and hypothalamus glands; helps improve all cognitive functions.
  • Bridge – A type of inversion move that strengthens and stretches the neck and spine therefore improving blood circulation to the brain; helps calm the brain and the nervous system, thereby reducing anxiety, stress, and depression.
  • Humming Bee Breathing – Releases negative emotions, improves concentration and memory, and builds confidence through controlled deep breathing.
  • Lotus – The classic yoga move that calms the mind with deep meditation; strengthens the spine and upper back, thus helping to reduce tension.
  • Channel Cleaning Breath- Another type of breathing technique that lowers heart rate and reduces stress and anxiety; synchronizes the two hemispheres of the brain.

Some of these work due to the fact they reduce tension which can restrict the operation of the brain (think tension headaches). Others work because they force you to diaphragm breath – a deep breathing method. More air drawn in means more oxygen available for absorption into the bloodstream. Some moves work by creating more mental calmness.

Well that’s it. I hope you have enjoyed it as much as I have and maybe even learned something along the way. If you are looking for a different type of exercise that not only improves your body, but also your mind, then try yoga. You may have to try different kinds until you find one right for you that will provide the benefits you want. The information in these lessons can help you make a choice. I guarantee there is one type of yoga just right for you. Until next time!

 

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Can You Lose Belly Fat with Yoga? – 382 words

Can You Lose Weight With Yoga? – 398 words

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Does Yoga Burn Calories? – 399 words

How Long Does it Take to Get Good at Yoga? – 371 words

How Often Should a Beginner Do Yoga? – 392 words

Is Yoga a Form of Strength Training? – 373 words

Is Yoga Good for Flexibility? – 389 words

Is Yoga Good for Lower Back Pain? – 370 words

What are the Non-Fitness Benefits of Yoga? – 358 words

What Do I Need to Wear and Bring to a Yoga Class? – 399 words

What Should I Eat Before and After Yoga? – 412 words

Which Exercises Best Complement Yoga? – 384 words

Which Type of Yoga is Best for Weight Loss? – 358 words

Why You Should Start Practicing Yoga – 376 words

Yoga vs Cardio – 415 words

Yoga vs Meditation – 413 words

Yoga vs Pilates – 417 words

Yoga Vs Stretching – 401 words

Yoga vs Weightlifting – 404 words

 

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How Long Does it Take to Get Good at Yoga?

For many people, yoga is something that is incorporated into the daily routine. But, even if you only plan to use yoga as part of a workout routine or as an activity done occasionally to relax, it is something that takes time to get good at. How long it takes will depend on a few factors, and what you define as “good” in your books.

#1 How Active Are You?

Your current activity and flexibility levels will heavily influence how long it takes you to become “good” at yoga. If we’re basing skill level on the number of advanced poses a person is able to do correctly, then becoming an advanced yogi could take years of practice. But, people who are already relatively fit and flexible will have a major head start.

#2 What Style Do You Want To Do?

Some styles of yoga are much more involved and precise than others. Hatha yoga, for instance, is very basic. It just focuses on the physical postures and puts less emphasize on the spiritual side of things. Iyengar yoga, on the other hand, is extremely precise. Instructors spend years learning in order to master the movements and help guide students through the proper flow of poses. Most people recovering from an injury will choose Iyengar yoga for this reason, and it will take a very long time to reach an “advanced” level in this style.

#3 What Are Your Goals?

Every one has different benchmarks that they measure their progress by. For instance, if you would consider yourself to be successful after losing so much weight, then it could take months for you to get to your goal using yoga. On the other hand, if you will measure your progress in yoga based on your flexibility, it might take between 2-8 weeks to see the results. It all comes down to how you measure success.

All of these things considered, you can definitely sit down and get a good estimate of how long it will take you to advance in the world of yoga. In a few weeks of practice, you could definitely be edging out of a beginner level class and into something more intermediate if you put in the effort.

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Can’t Do Yoga? Think Again – There’s a Style and Performance Level for Everyone – 448 words

Health Benefits of Yoga – 487 words

Postnatal Yoga – 567 words

Staying Safe while Practicing Yoga – 425 words

Think You Weigh too Much to Try Yoga? Think Again! – 441 words

Tips for Avoiding Yoga Injuries – 434 words

Which Yoga Style Is Right for You? – 546 words

Yoga and Your Mental Health – The Surprising Connections – 445 words

Yoga for Babies? Why Babies, and Parents, May Benefit from Doing Yoga – 476 words

Yoga Off the Mat – Aerial Yoga – 430 words

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Staying Safe while Practicing Yoga

You might be surprised to learn that every year thousands of people end up in the hospital due to yoga injuries. A few simple steps can help you stay safe, avoid the emergency room, and enjoy a safe yoga practice.

#1 Start Slowly

If you’re new to yoga, be sure to start in a beginner’s class. You’ll be able to practice the poses without feeling competitive or overwhelmed. If you can afford it, a private instructor can help you learn the poses quickly and their hands on guidance can be invaluable.

#2 Use Proper Equipment

You’d be surprised how many people practice yoga with the wrong equipment, or no equipment at all. Blocks, straps and yoga mats are all designed to help enhance a yoga practice and aid the movements. They can help you ease into a yoga practice and adapt to the poses as your body changes and grows.

#3 Wear Good Clothing

Yoga class is not the place for tennis shoes, jeans and a wool sweater. You want to wear clothing that lets your body move freely but isn’t baggy. It’s too easy to trip over long pant legs! Socks generally aren’t worn, unless they’re yoga socks which tend to have a sticky bottom that adheres to the floor or a yoga mat.

Slipping on floors is a good way to get hurt. Bare feet work best. And because there are many inverted poses, meaning you’re upside down, you’ll want to make sure you’re wearing a shirt that doesn’t flop over your head. Form-fitting tank tops, cami-tops, or sports bras work best for women. Men may prefer to wear a t-shirt or tank top.

#4 Learn from an Expert

Many people prefer to practice yoga in the comfort of their homes. There are many top quality DVDs available and there are online podcasts and videos you can access as well. However, when you’re at home, you lose the benefit of an instructor. Consider taking a class or two or hiring a private instructor before you begin your home practice. This way you can ensure you’re performing the poses in a safe and correct manner.

#5 Listen to Your Body

Many people push their body beyond its limits. The most common injuries are wrist injuries, back injuries and knee and hip injuries. If you’re feeling sore, find a way to modify a pose so that your joints or muscles aren’t compromised. Remember that some days are better than others and it’s important to mentally adapt to your physical changes.

 

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1.Ashtanga Yoga 101 – 608 words

2.Bikram Yoga 101 – 587 words

3.Hatha Yoga 101 – 579 words

4.How to Do Yoga at Home Safely – 637 words

5.Iyengar Yoga 101 – 589 words

6.Kundalini Yoga 101 – 615 words

7.Vinyasa Yoga 101 – 581 words

8.What to Expect When Starting a Yoga Routine – 603 words

9.Which Type of Yoga Is Right for You? – 619 words

10.Yoga and the Elderly – 595 words

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Hatha Yoga 101

There are a number of different kinds of yoga – some ancient, and some modern inventions which emphasize different aspect of yoga.

What Is Hatha Yoga?

Yoga means union; the union of mind, body and spirit. Hatha is the most traditional of the yogas and has been practiced for thousands of years in India and the Far East.

The name Hatha means willful or forceful. The word is also a combination of hat (sun) and ha (moon). It works with the energy centers of the body, flesh and bone. The main focus is on surrendering to and perfecting the many poses, and using yoga for health, healing and personal transformation.

Hatha yoga is part of traditional Ayurvedic, that is, Indian medicine. In traditional Eastern forms of medicine, doctors treat not just the physical body but the energy body, also called the subtle body. It is thought to be comprised of channels, loops, meridians and chakras – that is, energy centers in the body.

If a surgeon cut you open, they wouldn’t see the chakras, but Hatha posits that they are there and balance the energy for healing purposes and overall wellbeing. Chinese acupuncture and acupressure, Reiki, Shiatsu and other healing modalities also work on the theory of balance and stimulating the energy in the body.

Hatha Poses

Many modern types of yoga focus mainly on the poses, or asanas, the physical side of yoga. Hatha yoga aspires to create balance in all things. There are different levels of poses, and therefore different classes and DVDs you can try.

Improved Concentration

Hatha improves mental concentration through meditation, chanting mantras like OM, and to some extent, breath work. With breath work, you learn how to breathe in different patterns with different purposes, such as a cooling breath or a heating breath that increases energy.

At One with the Breath

The Sanskrit word for breath work is pranayama. Prana means life-force, ayama to regulate or lengthen. In other words, practicing pranayama can improve one’s health and vitality through the breath. The breath work is very useful for eliminating toxins from the body and improving the immune system.

A Union of Body, Mind and Spirit

Yoga is not just about the body beautiful. It is considered to be a way of connecting with our inner selves so we can open up to connecting with others. This can be achieved through meditation. Meditation can also include breath work and chanting.

The Benefits of Hatha

Hatha has been shown to offer increased energy, less stress, better moods and sleep, and decreased anxiety. It lowers blood pressure and can help you lose weight more easily by boosting your metabolism.

Who Can Practice It?

Hatha is ideal for people of all ages because it is low impact and you can work at a safe and sensible pace. Even those with health issues can benefit from Hatha yoga. When done carefully with the help of expert guidance, Hatha can help relieve back, joint and muscle pain. The pranayama can help with allergies, asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, or COPD.

Meditation helps improve focus, concentration and memory, all ideal for seniors who want to maintain a busy, active lifestyle no matter what their age.

With all of these benefits, now might be the best time to check out your local yoga studios to see which of them offer Hatha. Try an introductory class and see what a difference Hatha yoga can make to your health.

 

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Is Restorative Yoga Right for You?

Yoga isn’t new. It’s a practice that’s been around for hundreds of years. However, it is increasingly popular and yoga studios and classes continue to be added in communities around the country. As yoga continues to evolve and grow, new forms of yoga are being introduced. Restorative yoga is a product of that evolution.

What Makes Restorative Yoga Different?

Yoga classes all have a few things in common. As you participate, in a yoga class you’ll move through a series of poses. The poses improve circulation, strength, flexibility, and overall health and wellbeing. There’s also a calming aspect to yoga classes. Often these calming moments are found at the end of class.

With a restorative yoga class, the entire class is about calming. It takes those few moments in a traditional yoga class to the next level. Restorative yoga is focused on centering your breath and body.

You’ll work on aligning both the physical and mental by practicing stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time. Restorative yoga uses a number of props including blankets, bolsters, pillows and more.

Deciding If Restorative Yoga Is Right for You

As you try to decide which type of yoga you should try, there are a few questions and considerations to make. Restorative yoga is a very specific type of yoga with unique benefits.

Are You Fatigued?

If you find that you’re constantly tired, exhausted and low on energy then restorative yoga may be exactly what you need. Many people find that they sleep wonderfully after a restorative yoga class.

Are You Dealing with Chronic Stress?

Chronic stress causes disease. It causes depression and it can lead to a weakened immune system. When you take a restorative yoga class it puts you in control over your breathing. You pay attention to every breath that you take. This focus actually calms your parasympathetic nervous system. It induces a state of calm and has been shown to reduce illness.

Restorative yoga has also been shown to help people recover from illness and injury as well as traumatic events.

A regular and consistent restorative yoga practice can help you improve your body’s response to stress.

Do You Need Your Body to Be Challenged?

With restorative yoga, your body will probably not be challenged. You won’t hold strenuous poses for a long period of time. However, you can be sure that your mind will be challenged. You’ll learn to focus, relax, and you’ll feel rested and renewed.

Is restorative yoga right for you? If you’re like most of the population and you’re dealing with chronic stress, then the answer is yes. It can improve your energy, your health and your mental wellbeing. There’s really only one way to know for sure. Give restorative yoga a try.

 

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Email 1

Subject: How yoga helps you stay flexible in pregnancy

Dear [Name],

Yoga is an exercise philosophy that just about anyone can perform, including those who are pregnant. In fact, there are so many benefits yoga provides to pregnant women that you can make it a must in your daily routine.

Yoga can be adjusted to your needs and be as complicated or as easy as you need it. You can even benefit from just doing five minutes a day. There are plenty of yoga classes designed for pregnancy called prenatal yoga.

Prenatal yoga improves flexibility, mental focus, and breathing to prepare for delivery. It can make it easier to push and be more mentally prepared for what is to come on delivery day. It can also increase strength and reduce anxiety to make the next nine months more comfortable.

Benefits of Prenatal Yoga

  • Improved sleep
  • Reduced stress
  • Reduced anxiety
  • Increased strength
  • Controlled breathing
  • Less pain in the back and groin
  • Increased flexibility

Flexibility is necessary to discuss because it is what leads to most of the benefits listed above. Lack of flexibility is usually responsible for pain and discomfort.

How Prenatal Yoga Increases Flexibility

  • Provides consistent stretching of certain muscle groups

Many yoga positions are stretching exercises that warm up and work for specific muscle groups. These stretches also require precise moves and holds that build strength – therefore, increasing your flexibility.

  • Reduces psychological and physical stress

Psychological and physical stress can cause many problems throughout the body. As you do each pose, you will be instructed to concentrate and focus on your body to help release this stress and be more connected to your body.

  • Relieves pain

Pain is usually associated with inflammation and excess fluid in the body. Yoga warms and provides strength to these areas to relieve pain.

With the many benefits that prenatal yoga provides, there is no reason you shouldn’t get started today. Find some local classes or look on YouTube to get started. Make sure you contact your doctor to be sure that you are not doing anything unsafe for the baby.

Next time, we’ll look at how yoga helps to stay flexible when you are overweight.

 

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Message # 2

subject line: Why Yoga Matters

Hello “autoresponder code here”,

In the last issue we talked about the history and benefits of yoga. In this

issue we are going to go over some the more common types of yoga

and their benefits.

 

With so many different types of yoga to choose from it can be a little bit

confusing for beginners. Before deciding on which type of yoga is best

for you it’s a good idea to consider the different types of yoga, your

level of fitness, physical and spiritual goals as well as your overall health

condition.

 

Today were going to go over some of the most common types of yoga

to help you determine which type will work best for your lifestyle.

 

Iyenga yoga, which is considered one of the most common types of

yoga focuses on alignment, breathing and performing precise poses.

This type of yoga often incorporates props such as straps or blocks to

help beginners. Props help new students relax and become more

comfortable while holding various different positions.

 

Ashtanga yoga, often referred to as power yoga is known for its

powerful movements like lunges and pushups, which focus on building

stamina and strength. This challenging form of yoga is most often

practiced by athletes on the quest for better balance and concentration.

 

Bhakti Yoga, if a more spiritual form of yoga that teaches its

practitioners respect for life nature and creation as well as the

importance of treating others with kindness and generosity.

 

Hatha Yoga, another common form of yoga especially in the United

States emphasizes physical postures or exercises, known as asanas,

with the goal of creating balance in one’s life.

 

Jnana Yoga, involves the practice of deep contemplation and a quest

for wisdom through meditation. With the ultimate goal of being one with

God.

 

Karma Yoga, is based on the philosophy that “yesterday’s actions

determine today’s circumstances.” Practitioners of Karma yoga make

a conscious decision to perform selfless acts of kindness. By making

today’s actions positive, they hope they can improve tomorrow’s

circumstances for both themselves and others.

 

Raja Yoga, known in India as road to reintegration, blends the four

layers of self; the body, individual consciousness, individual

subconsciousness, and the universal infinite consciousness. the main

focus of this type of yoga is on the mind and spirit with emphasis on

meditation.

 

Tantra Yoga, similar to Hatha yoga involves practitioners to seek

balance in their lives and to break free from the six enemies; physical

longing, anger, greed, vanity, obsession, jealousy as well as the eight

fetters; hatred, apprehension, fear, shyness, hypocrisy, pride of

ancestry, vanity of culture, egotism, by using discipline, training, and

rituals.

 

Bikram yoga, often referred to as hot yoga, involves practicing yoga

postures in rooms heated to over 100° Fahrenheit (37.8° Celsius).

The belief behind this type of yoga is that postures are easier to attain

and hold. Another benefit is that warm muscles help reduce the risk of

injury. If you have a health condition, be sure to check with your health

care provider before attempting this form of yoga.

 

Kundalini yoga, the premise behind this type of yoga is that becoming

aware of your breath is a key. Practitioners learn to use their breathing

abilities in different ways, along with chants, meditation, and postures

designed to awaken energy at your spine’s base and drawing it upward

through the seven chakras.

 

Viniyoga, this is perhaps the most individualized form of yoga, and

involves working closely with an instructor, who will customize

Your workouts designed for your special needs.

 

Regardless of what type of yoga you decide to practice, be sure to

consult with your healthcare provider first to see if there are any special

considerations or restrictions you should follow. For example, people

who suffer from hypertension may need to avoid certain poses, while

women who are pregnant may have other limitations.

 

Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be talking about

the practice of good yoga posture.

 

Until then,

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  1. 3 Common Mistakes by Yoga Newcomers
  2. 3 Ways Yoga Can Benefit The Businessperson
  3. 4 Secrets To Finding The Right Beginner Yoga Class For You
  4. An Introduction To Bikram Yoga
  5. Can Yoga Provide A Solution To Soaring Crime Rates
  6. Common Mistakes and Misunderstandings About Yoga
  7. Different Yoga Poses and Asanas
  8. Frequently Asked Questions about Pre Natal Yoga.
  9. Frequently Asked Questions On Yoga
  10. How To Get The Most From Yoga
  11. How Yoga benefits the Circulatory System And Why This Is Important
  12. Is Yoga The Perfect Exercise
  13. Learn Yoga – Step by Step
  14. The Different Motivations And benefits Of Yoga
  15. The Effects And Benefits Of Different Types Of Yoga
  16. The Three Chief Benefits Of Yoga
  17. The Universal Appeal of Yoga
  18. The Yoga Quiz
  19. Using Yoga for Weigh loss
  20. Why Yoga is Important For An Office Worker
  21. Yoga as a Form Of Corporate Stress management
  22. Yoga As A Life Philosophy
  23. Yoga For The Non-Spiritual
  24. Yoga Poses And What They Achieve
  25. Yoga’s Holistic Treatment For Arthritis

 

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Weight Loss Through Yoga Unrestricted PLR eBook

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Beginners Guide To Yoga PLR Ebook