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Yoga to implement in your daily life – for become happier and healthier

Yoga to implement in your daily life – for become happier and healthier


Yoga to implement in your daily life – for become happier and healthier

Increase immunity, live longevity through unique yogic techniques.


The immune system is the guardian of your body.

Luckily your immune system is one of the most amazing things ever. The second most complex biological system, after the human brain.


To support that natural system you already have within you Yoga is a great tool.

With specfic, extra for this workshop tailored Yogaasanas and breathwork ,we will enhance our blood circulataion and increase the oxygen level to its maxium capacity.


You will learn how to enhance your health, by alignng your body by that enhancing the function of your glands and organs. A optimzing of the usage of your own body system will give you create results in taking your health in your own hands.

Along with a healthy diet and some other lifehacks to the thema immunity i show you and guide you through how you to get in a better shape and your vitality will increase.

Become the stronger and healthier version of yourself.



What is the source of immunity?


Most living things need oxygen to survive. Oxygen helps organisms grow, reproduce, and turn food into energy.

Humans get the oxygen they need by breathing through their nose and mouth into their lungs.

Oxygen gives our cells the ability to break down food in order to get the energy we need to survive.


An important source for this energy is oxygen, which is essential for the cells of the immune system to work properly. Oxygen is the key element required for cells to survive.


The blood in your body delivers oxygen to all of your cells. When you breathe and draw fresh oxygen into your lungs, red blood cells bind with the oxygen and carry it through your bloodstream.

On a cellular level, oxygen helps replace cells that wear out, supplies you with energy and supports your immune system.


Diaphragmatic breathing (also called "abdominal breathing" or "belly breathing")

encourages full oxygen exchange— that is, the beneficial trade of incoming oxygen for outgoing carbon dioxide. Not surprisingly, this type of breathing slows the heartbeat and can lower or stabilize blood pressure.


The deeper We breath the more oxygen we can store in our blood.


The lungs and respiratory system allow us to breathe. They bring oxygen into our bodies (called inspiration, or inhalation) and send carbon dioxide out (called expiration, or exhalation). This exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide is called respiration.


Every cell of the body needs oxygen to stay alive and healthy. Your body also needs to get rid of carbon dioxide. This gas is a waste product that is made by the cells during their normal, everyday functions. Your lungs are specially designed to exchange these gases every time you breathe in and out.

Breathing has an important role,

chest breathing is related to sympaticus, nervous system


Breath is the only thing which is controlled volunary and involuntary

Go for Abdominal Breath


Because chest breathing

- causes „fight or flight“ response (sympaticus)

release of stress hormones

- psychsomatic diseases occur (Anxiety, Stress, Depression etc)


Try Brethawarness with hands on chest/ abdomen


in lying

sitting

standing


Whats ur natural breath?


Recorrect it (should be abdominal)


Breathing while asana


Inhale when upper body expands


Exhale when upper body contracts


Inhale when working against cravity


Exhale when working w cravity

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