Thursday, 19 January 2012

TOP 10 YOGA INDIA 2012 |TOP 10 YOGA 2010 | TOP TEN YOGA

Hi Guys ! This post is very credible for all types of human beings ,Because Yoga always make fit and healthy .
Here you can look those videos of  'TOP 10 YOGA ASANAS' , and do it at your home or everywhere.
         The 'TOP 10 GALLERY' of Top 10 Yoga  ASANAS is listed as follows:


10th Asanas of Yoga  "Ardha Matsyendrasana Asana" :
This pose is named according to his position , But it some difficult to doing this ,its simplified form Half Spinal Twist came about.Full Spinal Twist position was the favorite meditation pose of the Sage Matsyendranath so this pose is named after him. 
Ardha + Matsya + Indra + Asana | Ardha + Matsyendra + Asana 
Ardha = Half 
Matsya = Fish 
Eendra = King
Asana = Posture   
Matsyendra – Founder of Hatha Yoga & Nath Tradition

Therapeutic applications:
  • Diabetes
  • Constipation
  • Anorexia
  • Cervical Spondylitis
  • Urinary tract disorders
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Indigestion





9th Asanas of Yoga  "Mayur Asana (Peacock Pose)" :
'Mayur' is a Sanskrit word which means Peacock . In this asanas to hold his whole body like a stick on both his elbows. We assume the shape of a Peacock hence this is Mayurasana.



Technique :

  • Sit on both your upper scales.Put Knees should be placed on the ground.
  • Now Stretch out fingers of your hands and place the palms on the ground, fingers will remain stretched pointing backward.
  • Place elbows gently on either side of the navel.
  • Slowly stretching both legs together, come little forward very cautiously, and then raise the upper part of the body.
  • If the upper part of the body is raised up, then straighten your legs also like a stick (horizontal) an keep straight your chest, neck and head also.
  • Maintain it for sometime then return to the origin position, slowly fold your legs and place the knees on the ground.
  • Now raising your hands from the ground sit  and on the soles.
Therapeutic applications:

  • This Asana is a very good measure against visceroptosis and dyspepsia.
  • It is useful in diabetes also.
  • Those suffering from cervical spondilitis should not practise it.




8th Asanas of Yoga  "Paschimottan Asana" :
This Asanas is very Popular in asanas. It makes the breath flow though the Brahma Nadi and Sushumna, and rouses the gastric fire.It is very Useful for those person who wants to Reduces our wait or fat.



Technique : 
'Paschimottan Asana' begins by coming with a seated position.

  •  First sit up straight on your legs, stretched out in front of you. Point both feet straight up towards the ceiling.
  • Are You sure that you sitting straight up on the sit-bones with your spine straight.You can benefit at this Asanas by removing the flesh from underneath the sit-bones so remove curvature in the spine.
  • Now stretch your arms up over your head. Following the direction of your hands, at the same time lengthen the entire spine upwards.
  • Exhale and bend forward from the hips keeping your spine as elongated as possible and reaching towards your feet with your hands as you come down.
  • If you can reach your feet, the ideal hand position is to wrap your index fingers around the big toes, with the thumbs resting on tops of the big toes.
  • If you cannot reach your feet yet, let your hands fall comfortably on top of the shins or thighs, or alongside the legs on the floor, or wherever they can comfortably rest.
  • For this posture, try to avoid a lot of curvature in middle part of the spine. It is best to keep the back more straight, although not rigid, and bend from the hip area.
  • Be sure to keep the feet pointed straight up towards the ceiling and together.
  • Once in position, you can gently pull with the arms on the feet or legs, stretching the head more towards the feet and giving an additional stretch to the spine and backs of the legs.
  • As you continue to hold the posture, relax as much as possible, especially in the shoulders and hips. With each exhale let your breath do the work - ideally the abdomen should fall closer toward the thighs, the chest toward the knees and the head towards the feet.
  • Hold the asanas for 25 seconds at first and work up to 10 minutes or more.
Therapeutic applications:

  • Stretches the hamstrings on the back of the legs
  • Stretches and lengthens the entire spine
  • Massages the internal organs, especially the digestive organs
  • Relieves digestive problems such as constipation
  • Relieves problems with sciatica
  • Invigorates the nervous system

7th Asanas of Yoga  "Matsy Asana (Fish Posture)" :

In the traditional pose of Matsyasana, we catch hold of toes with our hands and elbows are placed on the ground.

But now I assuming the Mukta Padmasana (i.e. without the crossing of the hands), lie supine, surrounding the head by both the elbows. This is Matsyasana, destroy your diseases.



Technique : 
  • Sit in position of Padmasana.
  • Now slowly take the help of your elbows to lie down on your back.
  • Slowly-slowly lie on your back completely.
  • Now with the help of elbows or palms bend your head backward and place middle of the head on the ground.
  • Catch hold of the toes with your index fingers and place the elbows on the ground.
  • While returning to original position, release the toes and taking the help of your hands straighten your head.
  • Now taking the help of elbow sit in padmasana.




Therapeutic applications:

  •  It removes constipation.
  •  It brings down the accumulated faecal matter to the rectum.
  •  It is useful in asthma, consumption, chronic bronchitis, etc.
  •  It is useful on account of the deep breathing.
6th Asanas of Yoga  "Sarvangasana(All-Members Pose)" :



Sarvangasana is one of the best and most important asanas in Hatha Yoga. It has a huge amount of benefits which cover all the body systems. You can do this by the help of the below helps.These are as follows.
(sar-vang-asana) 
Sarva = Whole 
Anga = Body parts
Asana = Posture

Technique : 
  • Bend the knees.
  • Move the neck or over-strain it in the chin lock position.
  • Bring the legs over the head when in the asana position but don’t keep them completely vertical if it causes tension.
  • Raise the head from the floor.
  • Tense the legs or point the feet as this contracts the legs and prevents drainage of blood.
Therapeutic applications:
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Asthma
  • Reproductive problems
  • Headache
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Varicose veins
  • Prevention of cough and colds
  • Diabetes




5th Asanas of Yoga  "VIPARITAKARANI (Sirsasana)" :


'Sarvangasana' this words uttered by a Guru.The practice in which the navel is above and the palate below, the Sun above and the Moon below is known as Viparitakarani (topsy turvy pose). On the first day one should remain for a very short time with one's head below and feet above. The duration of this practice should be gradually increased day by day.


Technique : 



  • Please sit on soles. place knees on the ground.
  • Frame finger lock with both hands.
  • Making a triangle from finger-lock and elbows, place it on ground.
  • Bending forward, place middle of the head on the ground near finger-lock.
  • Now straighten your legs.
  • Slowly bring the legs neck your body.
  • Soles will automatically leave the ground by practice and thighs knees will touch the abdomen.
  • Now keeping the balance straighten your legs from thigh-joint, knees will remain folded.
  • Now straighten the knees also and completely balance your body on head.
  • While returning to the original position fold your knee first. Then fold your legs from thigh and let the thigh and knee touch your abdomen.
  •  Now slowly place the soles on the ground. Slowly raise your head also and sit on soles.
Therapeutic applications:
  • Increases the blood circulation in head and memory power is improved.
  • Strengthens the nervous-centers of the whole body and maintains the health of endocrine gland.
  • Digestive system is benefited through this Asana.
  • Beneficial against congested throat, diseases of liver and spleen and in Visceroptosis.



4th Asanas of Yoga  "Sukhasana" :


Sukhasana, the Easy Pose is the easiest of all the asanas and is also suitable for older people or too stiff to be able to perform the other asanas.Sukhasana is a Yoga Asana considered highly comfortable and well-suited for meditation.
 It was first mentioned in the Darsanopanishad, one of the twenty Yoga Upanishads. Sukhasana is a relaxed posture suited for those who are just beginning yoga practice, and is highly suited for associated Mudra practice.


Technique : 


  • One should sit of the floor and stretch out the legs .
  • The person then has to bend on the alternate leg and being the preferred leg and place the heel under the opposite thigh. 
  • The individual has to sit in cross-legged fashion and keep the ankles crossed. 
  • The body should be kept straight, spine erect, abdomen well controlled and head perfectly poised. 
  • Finally, the person should place the hands on the knees with the palms facing downwards. 
  • The person should completely relax the body tension and should close the eyes and stay composed. 
  • The person should mentally observe the breath going in and out for one full minute and only after he/she is fully self-possessed then one can start with other exercises. 



Therapeutic applications:

  • Stress-Relief
  • Mental Clarity
  • Abdominal Stress-Relief
  • Proper Alignment






3rd Asanas of Yoga  "Svastikasana (Prosperous Pose)" :


   Svastikasana also known as the Prosperous pose. Svastikasana (Prosperous Pose) pose of sitting evenly or properly and feel relax. Svastikasana is an effective meditative pose. Svastikasana (Prosperous Pose) asana thus can be performed as follows in 'TOP 10 Gallery'.


Technique : 

  • First stretch out your both legs together, placing the both hands by the side of the your body.
  • Palms resting on the ground, and the fingers must be together pointing forwards.
  • Now fold your one leg at the knees and put it against the joint of the other thigh or the posterior portion of the knee joint.
  • Now folding your other leg and put it near the joint of the other thigh. Similarly as the previous leg has been placed.
  • Now fold or place both your hands on the knees sitting in Gyana Mudra.
  • When you want to return to the original position you must first stretch out right leg.
  • Then go out and stretch the left leg keeping both the legs together.
  • All this time you must remember that your back or spine must be as straight as possible. Extending from the tailbone upwards to the head.
  • And also breathing must be rhythmic and regular.
  • The soles must also be placed between the calf and the thigh muscles always.

Therapeutic applications:

  • Helps in meditation.
  • For many cure various diseases.
  • Increases the balance between the body and the mind.
  • Bring about the stretching and the straightening of the spinal column.
  • Provides a proper alignment to the body.
  • Helps build up concentration.






2nd Asanas of Yoga  "Siddhasana" :


Siddhasana asana helps to Increase many Internal powers. While doing Siddhasana asana, Do not force your body. And Be aware of the feelings that the posture develops in various parts of the body. Let the mind move with the body movements. Close your eyes and taste peace.


Technique : 

  • Place the left heel at the anus, the terminal opening of the alimentary canal or digestive tube.
  • Keep the right heel on the root of the generative organ.
  • It should be in a way, that the knees and the heels, both lie upon the other.
  • The hands must be placed on either sole of  the feet. Keep the eyes half closed.



Therapeutic applications:
  • It helps in concentration and clarity of mind.
  • It improves memory, digestion and the faculty of the mind.
  • It is beneficial to those suffering from wet dreams.






1st Asanas of Yoga  "Padmasana" :
Amongst the four poses prescribed for Japa and Dhyana, Padmasana comes foremost. It is the best Asana for Health. Rishis like Gheranda, Sandilya, speak very highly of this vital Asana. This is highly agreeable for householders. Even ladies can sit in this Asana. Padmasana is suitable for lean persons and for youths as well.


Technique : 


  •  Sit on the ground by spreading the legs forward.
  •  Place the right foot on the left thigh and the left foot on the right thigh.
  •  Place the hands on the knee joints.
  •  Keep the body, back and head erect.
  •  Eyes should be closed.
Therapeutic applications:

  • It helps in improving concentration.
  • It helps to preserve vital fluids in the body.
  • It prevents abdominal diseases and female disorders connected with the reproductive organs.
  • It brings peace, solitude and longevity to the practitioner.






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