Vocabulario yoga

Vocabulario yoga

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Vocabulary lesson – introduction

Yoga is full of specialized terminology, some of it in Sanskrit, some anatomical and some philosophical. Although there are many types of yoga (and more are appearing all the time), the vocabulary generally transfers fairly well between styles. Some classes may prefer the Sanskrit names of postures while others stick to English, and, of course, there are often slight differences in what the postures are called, but words like om and namaste run through like threads connecting different evolutions of the asana tradition.
Ashtanga Yoga , the powerful and regulated style founded by Pattabhi Jois in the tradition of Krishnamacharya , however, has some specialized terms that have not been used elsewhere. Read on if you want to speak Ashtanga like a pro when you go to the shala to practice Mysore (but not on Mondays).
1 – Mysore Melissa McManus / Stockbyte / Getty Images Mysore is the city in India where the K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute (also known as Ground Zero for Ashtanga Yoga) is located. Jois taught the many students who gathered here from around the world until his death in 2009. The KPJAYI is now run by his daughter Saraswati and grandson Sharath.

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Learn 10 New WordsIn each quiz, 10 new words or phrases are covered. These can be nouns, but also verbs, adjectives, prepositions, adverbs or a proverb or saying. These words come from the WAK lists, which are word lists that serve as the basis for vocabulary teaching content. Meaningful contextsThese words are offered at least 7 times in one quiz, both passively and actively. The text provides a meaningful context that helps your child grasp and nuance the meaning of the words. Therefore, each story consists of at least 200 words. We call this good text coverage. With less long texts, there is a chance that the text will not be understood properly because there are too many difficult/new words in it. The text is divided into manageable chunks – each question contains a small part of the story. This keeps your child curious and doesn’t put them off by a large piece of text. In groups 3 and 4, all text is also supported by audio. This means that you can just read the text, but it is also read aloud.

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Agni – inner fire, stomach fire, digestive fire: metabolism; God of fire; third of the five major elements (pancha maha bhuta).Agnihotra / Havan – small fire ritual, performed daily during sunrise and sunset. In this, cow dung and milk are offered to the fire.    Advaita – non-duality.Ahamkara – ego.Ananda – bliss.Asana – yoga posture.Atma / Atman – soul, individual consciousness.Atma-vichara – self-inquiry.
Prana – vital energy or life energy; at the physical level biological energy.Pranayama – control and expansion of life energy.Pratyahara – control of the senses.Puja – ritual.Purusha – Cosmic consciousness.
Sadhaka – disciple, seeker or practitioner of yoga.Samadhi – enlightenment.Samsara – world of illusions.Samskara – impression stored in the subconscious.Sat – Being.Satsanga – in good company, being with spiritual aspirants.Sattva – attribute of purity, essence.Shakti – Cosmic energy, feminine.Shiva – Cosmic consciousness, masculineSwami – one who has mastered himself (body + mind) and has taken an oath.

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In recent years, there has been an increasing amount of research on the effects of Yoga on our health. Yoga appears to be a proven effective tool for improving health and reducing stress. In gyms, with professional football players, Yoga is no longer an exception. So are speech therapy and yoga!
The effects of Yoga on various developmental areas of children and adults are becoming increasingly clear through research. Yoga stimulates body awareness, active learning and concentration.
I am a registered child yoga teacher and I have done several advanced courses to use yoga in a therapeutic way. Below you can read what benefits speech therapy and yoga have on the (speech / language) development of your child.
Through play children learn to discover and use new words. Yoga is a good method to get to play. The yoga mat can be a car you travel with. Many of the yoga postures have animal names or are named after elements of nature.