Indiagolftours.com The mind body connection…
Yoga andMeditation At Uday Tours holidaying is just not about hopping places and for that matter Golf is just not about hitting a ball holidaying and golf play is all about a complete relaxation of the mind and body – “rejuvenation”. Bring the mind and body into a mutual state of well-being, balance, ease and vibrant alertness. In this pursuit we build our Golf vacation in India around a life time experience with the help of our trained golfers and yoga teachers.
The word yoga means “union.” Yoga is a discipline involving breathing techniques and postures called asanas (A-san-as), a Sanskrit word that literally means, “to be in a particular position.
How many times have you begun the golf season with very high scores, short drives and plenty of aches and pains, lack of concentration? If this happens more than you’d like, why not do something different? Flexibility, strength, balance, core conditioning and endurance are the physical components required to achieve peak golf performance. Concentration, state of well-being, balance, ease and vibrant alertness are the mind connection. In this pursuit of “Yoga for Golf”, Uday Tours and Travel can arrange training programs for yoga and meditation techniques designed to benefit all levels of your golf game. Trainers who knows golf.
Meditation is prescribed by doctors as a way to lower blood pressure, improve exercise performance in people with angina, help asthmatics, breath easier, relieve insomnia and ease everyday stress. It is a safe and simple way o balance a person’s physical, emotional and mental states. Meditation focuses on calming the mind and focussing on the present. Some of the most popular Yoga and Meditation tourist destinations in India are the picturesque and peaceful state of Kerala, the spiritual land of Buddha- Bihar, and the pilgrim center of Rishikesh on the shores of the holy Ganga.
This 5000 years old art of uniting the soul with the universal spirit has quickly conquered the world over not only for mental well-being but also for starching the body into losing those extra pounds. Derived from Sanskrit word meaning to ‘join together’, this physical and mental
8 STAGES OF YOGA :
- THE YAMA (universal moral commandments)
- Niyama (self-purification through discipline)
- Asana (posture)
- Pranayama (breath control)
- Pratyahara (withdrawal of mind from external objects)
- Dharana (concentration)
- Dhyana (meditation)
- Samadhi (state of super consciousness)