Do's And Dont's For Yoga

PREPARATION OF YOG - PROPER TIME, PLACE, DRESS

Preparations before Beginning Yog Sadhna (Yog Practice)

Yog texts suggest, “Gurupdisht margeine yogameiv samabhyeseit.” the practitioner should always practice yoga under the supervision of competent guru so that yogic kriyas of the course could be altered or remodeled in accordance with other possible health problems and exact requirement of the practitioner.

Try to practice Yogic Kriyas in the early morning in place open to sky or in an airy room. It is best is to practice in fresh air in a quiet and hygienically clean place that suits to yogic concentration and awareness.

While performing yog one should be light at stomach so it is advised to practice after clearing bowl but remember Yama and Niyama ought to be practiced round the clock to improve work quality and life quality at individual and social level.

There should be an interval of 4 to 5 hrs after meals and yoga practice. Following this gap yogic kriyas can also be practiced in the evening as well.

Clear your bowel early morning. If it is not possible then you may opt to practice yoga in the evening.

Wear comfortable lose fit cotton or woolen clothes according to weather preferably of saffron, maroon, white, yellow or cream color.

Prefer practicing yog after taking morning bath. It will save time as well as possible risks of sickness due to exposure.

Try to practice Yogic Kriyas in the early morning in place open to sky or in an airy room. It is best is to practice in fresh air in a quiet and hygienically clean place that suits to yogic concentration and awareness.

Yog aims at liberation from bondages so wear least possible cloths and remove belt, tie, wrist watch, pen, comb or hair pins etc to avoid risks of injury and feel free flow of breath during yog practice.

Male practitioners should wear Langot (supporter) during practice and female practitioners should avoid Yogic kriyas during menstruation.