The first level of the system “Yoga in Daily Life” is known as Sarva Hita Asanas which means “good for everyone”, as these exercises are of benefit to all people and all parts of the body. The Sarva Hita Asanas have 6 levels and help us to attain integral wellbeing, as they bring body, mind and soul into balance. Anyone from any age group, regardless of physical condition, can perform these exercises.
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"Asana" is the Sanskrit word for a physical posture. In the 2nd Century before Christ, Patanjali wrote down the principles of Yoga practice in the “Yoga Sutras” (aphorisms). He named only the meditation posture “Asana” and the physical postures he termed “Yoga Vyayam”. However, in common usage the dynamic Yoga exercises also became known as Asanas.
Yoga, defined as a mind-body discipline based on ancient Indian philosophy and now practised all over the world, has joined UNESCO’s list of intangible world heritage.