"The respiration is an external manifestation of the vital energy whereas all mental activity is caused by the prana. Therefore, by developing mastery over breathing through Pranayama we can affect the prana and influence the mind"
Did you know that continuous Stress results in bad Health?
Pranayama is a powerful healing tool, and a great stress buster. No matter how stressed you might have been, you shall feel greatly relieved after practicing pranayama. Pranayama rejuvenates the cells of our body, as a result of which the immunity system of our body rises significantly. As you practice pranayama you shall see for yourself that you become internally strong and healthy; you will feel elated, and shall be able to enjoy life to the fullest.
Pranayama is the fourth limb of Ashtanga yoga, and is also called as the “Heart of Yoga.” I call it as the “Science of Breathing.” Pranayama comes from two words, prana and ayama. Prana stands for the vital energy which is present within each one of us. In gross terms, it can be termed as the breath. Ayama stands for stretching, extending, regulating or directing.
Thus it can be said, pranayama stands for direction, control or regulation of the breath. It is important to mention here that a normal human being just uses about 10 percent of his lung capacity, as a result of which, the cells in the body are not able to get sufficient quantity of oxygen; this results in various diseases including heart problems, cancer, diabetes and many others. Pranayama teaches us to how to use our lungs to the optimum capacity; as a result of which, the cells in our body are able to get sufficient quantity of oxygen.
Pranayama is the key to Good Health and Peace of Mind. We have listed some of the benefits of Pranayama and you will understand Why you should attend Ramneek Wig's Pranayama workshop:
Do yourself a favour and register for Ramneek Wig's "Pranayama Workshop" & change your life!
Mr. Ramneek Wig was a practicing lawyer when he was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 25. He underwent chemotherapy’s in the year 1999. It had hardly been three months since the treatment had ended; he got a relapse of the disease. Mr. Wig went to the United States for a bone marrow transplant in the year 2000.
After coming back from the transplant, Mr. Wig led a normal life for about three years. It was the end of the year 2003 when he again got a relapse of cancer. The doctors in India totally gave him up as a hopeless case; however, he had a great positive attitude towards life. This time, Ramneek went along with his parents to USC Medical Center in Los Angeles. There he was treated with research drugs.
Even after the treatment was completed; the doctors showed a bleak picture. The doctors said that the cancer would come back within the next six months. A great positive attitude and full faith in God, and moreover, He Never Gave Up. He made a set of Pranayamas for himself, and named them “Mind-Body-Soul Pranayamas.” They are 15 in number. He practiced these Pranayamas daily without fail.
It’s been many years since then, Mr. Wig is healthy; he is a successful author, and a great motivational speaker. Mr. Ramneek Wig is the author of several books, and holds workshops on “The Miracles of Pranayama.
Mr. Wig has written several books including: THE MIRACLES OF PRANAYAMA, THE JOY OF MEDITATION, PRANAYAMA TO BEAT STRESS, HAPPINESS LIES IN YOUR ATTITUDE, BELIEVE IN BEING A WINNER, BE HAPPY EVERY DAY (A Book of Daily Inspirations and Motivations), PRANAYAMA FOR TEENAGERS, WIN OVER CANCER, PRANAYAM KE CHAMATKAR (HINDI) and CANCER KO MAAT (HINDI).
Ramneek has done a Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy from Lal Bahadur Shastri University, New Delhi. He was awarded a Gold medal for his outstanding performance. It was after a lot of research and practical experiences, Mr. Wig made a set of Pranayamas called the Mind-Body-Soul Pranayamas.
Mr. Ramneek Wig is a firm believer of Pranayama. He is also the founder of the website pranayama.co.in In his workshop on “The Miracles of Pranayama” Mr. Wig demonstrates all the 15 Mind-Body-Soul Pranayamas. He explains their techniques and benefits along with the safety precautions which are to be kept in mind.
Mind-Body-Soul Pranayamas include all the essential ingredients such as—proper inhalation, deep exhalation, long retention, forceful exhalation, external retention, rapid inhalation and exhalation, concentration on breath, deep abdominal breathing, chest breathing and proper use of the diaphragm and lungs.
Some of the diseases in which these Mind-Body-Soul Pranayamas are very helpful are as follows: blockages in the Arteries, Heart Problems, High Blood Pressure, Asthma, Cancer, Diabetes, Lung Congestion, Liver Disorders, Skin Problems, Constipation, Thyroid Disorders, Indigestion, Acidity and Depression.
Mind-Body-Soul Pranayamas greatly help in relieving stress, anxiety, fear, tension and worries. Even the most stressful situations can be overcome by practicing these “Mind-Body-Soul Pranayamas.”
So here is your Chance to practice these Pranayama as we are holding a Workshop at a Steal.
Evening Session 5-7PM
Morning Session 7-9AM