Manduka PROlite 71-Inch Yoga and Pilates Mat
Feb 15th, 2012 by Aldouspi

Manduka PROlite 71-Inch Yoga and Pilates Mat

Manduka PROlite 71-Inch Yoga and Pilates Mat

  • Lightweight at 4.5 pounds for easy transport to yoga studio or retreat
  • Traction grip prevents slippage due to perspiration
  • Provides stability on hard or soft surfaces
  • Comfortably cushions spine, hips, knees, and elbows from hard floors
  • Weighs 4.5 pounds; 71 by 24 by 1/4 inches (L x W x D)

The PROlite yoga mat (formally known as the PurpleLite Travel Mat) is a fresh alternative for people who want a lighter, zero-waste mat with superior quality and comfort. Like its big brother the Black Mat PRO, the PROlite is all about performance, both in the studio and on the go. Available in five passion-inspiring colors, the PROlite gives you more choices and the same stellar Manduka results. It will enhance your practice while saving our planet from waste and emissions produced by tradition

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Teaching pilates for postural faults, illness and injury: a practical guide Reviews
Dec 3rd, 2011 by Aldouspi

Teaching pilates for postural faults, illness and injury: a practical guide

Teaching pilates for postural faults, illness and injury: a practical guide

Pilates is a particularly safe and effective exercise system which aims to strengthen the body in a balanced way by specifically improving the function of the weaker muscle groups. Emphasis is placed on strengthening the muscles of the trunk so that support of the spine increases plus posture and shape improve. The exercises enhance overall flexibility and fitness, improving co-ordination and balance. Muscles are gently stretched and lengthened as the exercises progress and overall body strength

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Meditation Postures Leading to Success
Apr 4th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Meditation Postures Leading to Success

Mediation and its daily practice is a centuries old phenomenon. People of ancient times were also known about mediation and its advantages. Today, people love to incorporate meditation as an essential part of their lives to bring a great difference in their attitude and lifestyle. The procedure of mediation involves various postures and steps. Following are the most common postures which are considered as daily guide to success.

1. Cross Legged Posture:

Most of the spiritual customs and rituals as well as meditation instructors suggest a number of physical postures for mediation. Cross legged is one of the most popular postures, which is in fact a lotus position. In this posture spinal cord should be straight. Slouching is not allowed in the majority of meditative positions. The reason behind is that when a person sits by keeping spinal cord straight, it enhances the good circulation of spiritual energy- a life force.

2. Seated posture:

In this posture meditator needs to sit on chair with bare feet. In traditional Christianity, a meditator can sit on stool instead of chair. On the other hand, a meditator bemoaning to Theravada Buddhism can walk in mindfulness. Walking meditation of religious people is termed as bas-relief in Sukhothai (Thailand). In this posture the meditator is required to sit by keeping his back straight to hold spine, and thighs parallel to the ground you are sitting on. There should be no inclination in head alignment. Meditator's hands should rest on arm's chair comfortably or on his knees in case of floor sitting.

3. Kneeling posture:

In this posture meditator kneels on floor with his buttocks relaxing on his heels and toes. Hands will rest on his thighs.

4. Corpse posture:

This is a lying down style posture. In yoga this position is called as savasna. Technique of this posture is that the meditator has to rest on carpet by keeping his legs relaxed plus straight. However, it is a less commonly used posture because there are chances that meditators' may fall asleep. It is due to the resemblance of corpse posture with natural sleeping position. So, this posture usually used to reduce stress instead of meditation purposes.

5. Hand gestures:

Hand gestures and incorporating mudras have a theological importance behind them. These gestures affect meditator's consciousness according to Yogic philosophy. The position of Buddhist's hand is the best example.

In addition, there are numerous still repetitive activities which incorporation with each other brings outstanding meditative results in performer's life. These activities include deep breathing, chanting and humming.

The time interval and frequency varies according to different meditation techniques. Lifetime meditation generally belongs to the religious people like monks, nuns etc. On the other hand, 20 to 30 minutes is widely accepted time span for mediation. This duration may increase for the experienced meditators as process continues. Instructions and advices of a Spiritual teacher are required to get the maximum advantages of meditation.

Most of meditation methods need practice on routine basis. Determination and acceptance are required to get successful results from meditation. This will aid you in extended hours of meditation.

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