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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Surya Namaskara Yajna of Yoga Bharati Movement (January 1-January 22, 2010)

Leading the Yoga awareness movement all over the world, Yoga Bharati organizes Surya Namaskar Yagna (Sun Salutation Marathon) every year to encourage everyone to add Yoga to the list of new year resolutions and start the new year on a healthy note!

We welcome you all to participate in the SNY 2010! It is very easy to participate in this marathon. Do a simple, quick and effective Surya Namaskar as many rounds as possible, daily and compete with the other participants as in a marathon. You can do it alone or as a group, at home or office or any of the yoga classes organized by Yoga Bharati, and self-report your count to us.

The event starts on New Year Day - Jan 1, 2010 (Friday) and completes on January 22, 2010 (Friday)
Upon completion of this 3 week event, results will be announced and participants with the highest Surya Namaskara count are recognized.

Yoga Bharati provides the needed information and training to start the practice free of cost.

In the below video, Sri NV Raghuram explains about what is Surya Namaskar Yajna of Yoga Bharati Movement, what is the significance of year 2010, how can the significance of each year be the same for everyone, from where could be gotten this yearly information of indian lunar calendar.

Video of Sri NV Raghuramji about the philosophy of Surya Namaskara Yajna and the importance of sun salutation

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For more information and follow up visit Yoga Bharati web page

1 comment:

williams said...

Yoga is a way of life, a conscious act, not a set or series of learning principles. The dexterity, grace, and poise you cultivate, as a matter of course, is the natural outcome of regular practice. You require no major effort. In fact trying hard will turn your practices into a humdrum, painful, even injurious routine and will eventually slow down your progress. Subsequently, and interestingly, the therapeutic effect of Yoga is the direct result of involving the mind totally in inspiring (breathing) the body to awaken. Yoga is probably the only form of physical activity that massages each and every one of the body’s glands and organs. This includes the prostate, a gland that seldom, if ever, gets externally stimulated in one’s whole life.