Children and Staffs of Subhadra Mahatab Seva Sadan (SMSS) at G.Udayagiri Center have celebrated the International Yoga Day -2019.
International Yoga Day is observed on 21st June every year around the world. It is also known as World Yoga Day. It was first celebrated on 21 June, 2015.
Shatkarmas” include six groups of purification practices. They remove the toxins from body channels to improve the flow of Prana in different body parts. Shatkarmas create harmony between two major pranic flows, Ida and Pingala, to attain physical and mental purification and balance. These practices are advised before āsana, prānāyāma and other higher Yoga practices for successful progression of spiritual journey. The six main groups of Shatkarmas are Dhauti, Basti, Neti, Trātaka, Nauli and Kapālabhāti. These techniques should be taught by an experienced and qualified persons, not only theoretically but practically too. Dhauti kriyas are mainly meant for cleansing of upper part of gastro intestinal tract. ‘Dhauti’ is useful for patients of Hyper acidity, Flatulence and Bronchial Asthama. Basti is the process of cleansing the rectum and large intestine. It is useful for patients of constipation. Neti is the process of cleansing of nasal passages. Two major types of it are Jala Neti and Sutra Neti. Neti is beneficial in case of sinusities, Allergic Rhinitis and Migraine. Trātaka is the process of intense gazing at one point or object without blinking the eyes. It helps to improve eye-sight, concentration and memory power. Nauli Kriya is the process of massaging and strengthening of abdominal organs, by clockwise and anticlockwise rolling of Ractii muscles. Nauli improves appetite and digestion and removes constipation. Kapālbhāti is a cleansing technique intend to purify the frontal part of brain. It helps to destroy the imbalance of kapha dosha and facilitate to practice Prānāyāma.