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The most frequent errors in yoga practices and methods

асаны йоги для начинающих

The most frequent errors in yoga practices and how to address them

1. Pain. One of the most common mistakes in the practice of newcomers. It arises from the desire to fulfil a complex asan as beautifully as on the cape (cartinke) and when there is a lack of natural flexibility, the newcomers will exert force pressure on the body, on its shape, to copy this pose. In a systematic practice of strife, there is a reluctance to engage in (internal protest) and an internal conflict begins when the body says, " I don't want to hurt me! " , and consciousness says, " Do! " The result of such work is the general deterioration of flexibility and discontinuation of classes. Some yoga centres, for example Iangara yoga(in this case, the word " yoga " is taken in vain because of the apparent inconsistency of the concept and actual practice) using a hindrance: after the practice of asan with pain in the centre, it is proposed (for a certain fee) to go to the masseuse and take off the pain! It's a good idea, we're going to get hurt right now, and then we're gonna treat him! “It would be funny when it wasn't so sad.” In addition to the above, the fundamental principle of yoga is ignored in this case, ignoring the basic principle of yoga, the Ahmadis or non-violence, etc., and its body. The stereotyping of parents, the sociom. Often, the principle of force pressure is applied to agree with someone, convince anyone. The same " developed " principle has been translated into yoga practice. What do you do if the body doesn't want to go down? Stereotypically push, force, but it's not yoga! It's violence. The yoga method teaches me how to deal with the body in a good way, when, with relaxation, the removal of the ashan effort makes the body more capable of deepening in shape without violence and pain, flexibility is spontaneously increased, naturally at the optimum speed.

Methods of elimination. Take a short break in classes (1 to 3 days until the feeling in the field is completely gone). During this period, it is necessary to rethink the practice, to understand the mistakes, and to re-engage the lessons of past experience, thereby adjusting the practice, replacing the hard-won asana with simpler ones, and not to worry about the ideal implementation of the form, but to use the universal principle of " completing the assan will succeed " , paying attention to minimizing efforts and perceptions.

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