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Root Chakra (Muladhara)
Sacral Chakra (Swadhisthanna)
Navel Chakra (Manipura)
Heart Chakra (Anahata)
Throat Chakra (Vishuddha)
Third Eye Chakra (Ajna)
Crown Chakra (Sahasrara)

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Chakra Yoga is a simple tool that attempts to correlate your under-active or overactive chakras with the corresponding yogasana and the procedure of how to do it. This tool describes in detail the yogasanas and the chakras associated with your chakra test result.

Chakras are the 7 nerve centers along the spine, which balances our endocrine and central nervous system. These are the energy nodes all through the body liable for the state of our mind, body and soul. In Sanskrit, chakra means “wheel” that controls the flow of energy throughout the body. Chakras radiate energy of vibrations, because the former can be affected by the other individual’s mood.

The vibrations of these energy levels are immense, so it’s required to control and balance all the chakras. It’s very much important that all Chakras are active in a balanced manner (the ideal state). Chakras can be under-active or over active. Balancing of all the chakras is essential for well being of an individual.

The Seven Chakras are:
Muladhara, Root / Base Chakra
Svadhisthana, Sacral Chakra
Manipura, Solar Plexus Chakra
Anahata (unstruck) Heart Chakra
Vishudda, Throat Chakra
Ajna, Third eye/brow Chakra
Sahasrara, Crown Chakra

‘Yoga’ is a Sanskrit term which means 'to unite'. What is being referred as the ‘Yoga’ in English, is more commonly known as ‘Asana’ in Sanskrit, which means different physical postures and poses. Yoga is one of the most ancient practices of meditation which helps you to keep yourself calm and your mind peaceful.

All human beings undergo certain emotional waves like anxiety, stress, depression, ill health and anger at different stages of life. Yoga can well transform these emotional traits into peacefulness thus enabling an individual to enjoy good and vibrant health. It is nothing but the spiritual practice of uniting the body, soul and the spirit of the individual. With the help of yoga we can reach our highest potential, fulfill all our preset goals and thus experience a healthy, happy and a blissful life. Thus it helps us to enhance the quality of our lives.





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