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Definition of Yoga :

The word "yoga" comes from the Sanskrit root yuj, which means "to join" or "to yoke".

Yoga is a practical aid, not a religion. Yoga is an ancient art based on a harmonizing system of development for the body, mind, and spirit. The continued practice of yoga will lead you to a sense of peace and well-being, and also a feeling of being at one with their environment.

The practice of yoga makes the body strong and flexible, it also improves the functioning of the respiratory, circulatory, digestive, and hormonal systems. Yoga brings about emotional stability and clarity of mind.

 

In the practice of Yoga the ultimate aim is one of self-development and self-realization.

Think of this practice as being the means and tools to realign and rebalance your vehicle (body) on a regular basis. You take control and you can then become your body mechanic instead of having to pay someone else to do it (medical professionals). Because your body is finely tuned you will find that your chances for injuries and illnesses will drop as you are in a much more attuned state.

You don’t want for something major to happen to you before you decide to do something about it. That’s reactive behavior and that’s going to set you back big time, all you have to do is take action now Yoga is Easy to do.

 

 

Prevention and care is by far the best medicine there is.
It all comes down to balance.

Getting Older

For most people getting old is a decision they make whether they know it or not. It basically comes down to the saying – Useit or lose it! Old age and the associated illnesses that come with it are big business, so therefore people in the western world especially are not encouraged to look after themselves. Everyone is worth more in the health business when they are sick.

You might say that in the western world, people are living longer but the quality of life is far from acceptable. Most old people are dosed up on all forms of medication. Is that what you want for yourself?

Use it or you lose it!

Most people make the decision to grow old whether they know it or not. It basically comes down to the comment at the top. Use it or lose it! Old age and the associated illnesses that come with it are big business.

It is worth billions to the large medical associations for people to get old. That is why education into peoples health is so limited and basically worthless in the large scale of things.

You might say that in the western world, people are living longer but the quality of life is far from acceptable. Most old people are dosed up on all forms of medication. Is that what you want for yourself?

Prevention is the best medicine that one could invest in. That is why yoga is the greatest form of exercise there is. You use it so how could you lose it?

Yogis measure a person’s age by the flexibility of the spine. After our mid-20s, the venous supply to the disks of the spine naturally atrophies.

Through yogic exercises that bend and stretch the spine, fresh blood and nerve flow revitalize all the major glands and organs. Unlike other forms of exercise, which develop fitness by stressing the body, yoga builds strength and endurance while lowering the stress hormones that age us.


 

DEFINITION OF AEROBIC :

Picture yourself working out. Are you lifting heavy weights? Stretching your muscles? Or maybe you're performing an activity that causes you to sweat and breathe hard, that makes your blood pump through your veins as it carries oxygen to your muscles to keep you going. If you're performing this last activity, then you're engaging in aerobic exercise.

Aerobic exercise is any physical activity that makes you sweat, causes you to breathe harder and gets your heart beating faster than at rest. It strengthens your heart and lungs and trains your cardiovascular system to manage and deliver oxygen more quickly and efficiently throughout your body. Aerobic exercise uses your large muscle groups, is rhythmic in nature and can be maintained continuously for at least 10 minutes.

Before going into the benefits of aerobic exercise, let's break down some key terms mentioned above:


 

Cardiovascular system - is made up of your heart and blood vessels e.g., arteries, veins, and capillaries that transports blood throughout the body.

Aerobic - refers to how your body uses oxygen to sufficiently meet energy demands during exercise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benefits

In addition to strengthening your heart and cardiovascular system, participation in regular aerobic exercise has many health benefits. Aerobic exercise:

 

  • Improves your circulation and helps your body use oxygen better

  • Increases energy

  • Increases endurance, which means you can work-out longer without getting tired

  • Helps reduce the risk of developing heart disease

  • Helps reduce the risk of developing diabetes

  • Helps reduce body fat

  • Helps you reach and maintain a healthy weight

  • Helps reduce stress, tension, anxiety and depression

  • Improves sleep

DEFINATION OF MEDITATION :

Meditation is a practice of concentrated focus upon a sound, object, visualization, the breath, movement, or attention itself in order to increase awareness of the present moment, reduce stress, promote relaxation, and enhance personal and spiritual growth.

Purpose :

Meditation benefits people with or without acute medical illness or stress. People who meditate regularly have been shown to feel less anxiety and depression. They also report that they experience more enjoyment and appreciation of life and that their relationships with others are improved. Meditation produces a state of deep relaxation and a sense of balance or equanimity. According to Michael J. Baime, "Meditation cultivates an emotional stability that allows the meditator to experience intense emotions fully while simultaneously maintaining perspective on them." Out of this experience of emotional stability, one may gain greater insight and understanding about one's thoughts, feelings, and actions. This insight in turn offers the possibility to feel more confident and in control of life. Meditation facilitates a greater sense of calmness, empathy, and acceptance of self and others.

 

Meditation can be used with other forms of medical treatment and is an important complementary therapy for both the treatment and prevention of many stress-related conditions. Regular meditation can reduce the number of symptoms experienced by patients with a wide range of illnesses and disorders. Based upon clinical evidence as well as theoretical understanding, meditation is considered to be one of the better therapies for panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, substance dependence and abuse, ulcers, colitis, chronic pain, psoriasis, and dysthymic disorder. It is considered to be a valuable adjunctive therapy for moderate hypertension (high blood pressure), prevention of cardiac arrest (heart attack), prevention of atherosclerosis (hardening of arteries), arthritis (including fibromyalgia), cancer, insomnia, migraine, and prevention of stroke. Meditation may also be a valuable complementary therapy for allergies and asthma because of the role stress plays in these conditions. Meditative practices have been reported to improve function or reduce symptoms in patients with some neurological disorders as well. These include people with Parkinson's disease, people who experience fatigue with multiple sclerosis, and people with epilepsy who are resistant to standard treatment.

Overall, a 1995 report to the National Institutes of Health on alternative medicine concluded that, "More than 30 years of research, as well as the experience of a large and growing number of individuals and health care providers, suggests that meditation and similar forms of relaxation can lead to better health, higher quality of life, and lowered health care costs …"

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Origins

Meditation techniques have been practiced for millennia. Originally, they were intended to develop spiritual understanding, awareness, and direct experience of ultimate real ity. The many different religious traditions in the world have given rise to a rich variety of meditative practices. These include the contemplative practices of Christian religious orders, the Buddhist practice of sitting meditation, and the whirling movements of the Sufi dervishes. Although meditation is an important spiritual practice in many religious and spiritual traditions, it can be practiced by anyone regardless of their religious or cultural background to relieve stress and pain.

As Western medical practitioners begin to understand the mind's role in health and disease, there has been more interest in the use of meditation in medicine. Meditative practices are increasingly offered in medical clinics and hospitals as a tool for improving health and quality of life. Meditation has been used as the primary therapy for treating certain diseases; as an additional therapy in a comprehensive treatment plan; and as a means of improving the quality of life of people with debilitating, chronic, or terminal illnesses.

Sitting meditation is generally done in an upright seated position, either in a chair or cross-legged on a cushion on the floor. The spine is straight yet relaxed. Sometimes the eyes are closed. Other times the eyes are open and gazing softly into the distance or at an object. Depending on the type of meditation, the meditator may be concentrating on the sensation of the movement of the breath, counting the breath, silently repeating a sound, chanting, visualizing an image, focusing awareness on the center of the body, opening to all sensory experiences including thoughts, or performing stylized ritual movements with the hands.

Movement meditation can be spontaneous and free-form or involve highly structured, choreographed, repetitive patterns. Movement meditation is particularly helpful for those people who find it difficult to remain still.

Generally speaking, there are two main types of meditation. These types are concentration meditation and mindfulness meditation. Concentration meditation practices involve focusing attention on a single object. Objects of meditation can include the breath, an inner or external image, a movement pattern (as in tai chi or yoga), or a sound, word, or phrase that is repeated silently (mantra). The purpose of concentrative practices is to learn to focus one's attention or develop concentration. When thoughts or emotions arise, the meditator gently directs the mind back to the original object of concentration.

Mindfulness meditation practices involve becoming aware of the entire field of attention. The meditator is instructed to be aware of all thoughts, feelings, perceptions or sensations as they arise in each moment. Mindfulness meditation practices are enhanced by the meditator's ability to focus and quiet the mind. Many meditation practices are a blend of these two forms.

The study and application of meditation to health care has focused on three specific approaches: 1. transcendental meditation (TM); 2. The "relaxation response," a general approach to meditation developed by Dr. Herbert Benson; and 3. mindfulness meditation, specifically the program of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn.

Transcendental Meditation :

TM has its origins in the Vedic tradition of India and was introduced to the West by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. TM has been taught to somewhere between two and four million people. It is one of the most widely practiced forms of meditation in the West. TM has been studied many times; these studies have produced much of the information about the physiology of meditation. In TM, the meditator sits with closed eyes and concentrates on a single syllable or word (mantra) for 20 minutes at a time, twice a day. When thoughts or feelings arise, the attention is brought back to the mantra. According to Charles Alexander, an important TM researcher, "During TM, ordinary waking mental activity is said to settle down, until even the subtlest thought is transcended and a completely unified wholeness of awareness … is experienced. In this silent, self-referential state of pure wakefulness, consciousness is fully awake to itself alone…." TM supporters belie ve that TM practices are more beneficial than other meditation practices.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Relaxation Response :

The relaxation response involves a similar form of mental focusing. Dr. Herbert Benson, one of the first Western doctors to conduct research on the effects of meditation, developed this approach after observing the profound health benefits of a state of bodily calm he calls "the relaxation response." In order to elicit this response in the body, he teaches patients to focus upon the repetition of a word, sound, prayer, phrase, or movement activity (including swimming, jogging, yoga, and even knitting) for 10-20 minutes at a time, twice a day. Patients are also taught not to pay attention to distracting thoughts and to return their focus to the original repetition. The choice of the focused repetition is up to the individual. Instead of Sanskrit terms, the meditator can choose what is personally meaningful, such as a phrase from a Christian or Jewish prayer.

 

Mindfulness Meditation :

Mindfulness meditation comes out of traditional Buddhist meditation practices. Psychologist Jon Kabat-Zinn has been instrumental in bringing this form of meditation into medical settings. In formal mindfulness practice, the meditator sits with eyes closed, focusing the attention on the sensations and movement of the breath for approximately 45-60 minutes at a time, at least once a day. Informal mindfulness practice involves bringing awareness to every activity in daily life. Wandering thoughts or distracting feelings are simply noticed without resisting or reacting to them. The essence of mindfulness meditation is not what one focuses on but rather the quality of awareness the meditator brings to each moment. According to Kabat-Zinn, "It is this investigative, discerning observation of whatever comes up in the present moment that is the hallmark of mindfulness and differentiates it most from other forms of meditation. The goal of mindfulness is for you to be more aware, more in touch with life and whatever is happening in your own body and mind at the time it is happening—that is, the present moment." The MBSR program consists of a series of classes involving meditation, movement, and group process. There are over 240 MBSR programs offered in health care settings around the world.

Meditation is not considered a medical procedure or intervention by most insurers. Many patients pay for meditation training themselves. Frequently, religious groups or meditation centers offer meditation instruction free of charge or for a nominal donation. Hospitals may offer MBSR classes at a reduced rate for their patients and a slightly higher rate for the general public.

 

 

 

Precautions ;

Meditation appears to be safe for most people. There are, however, case reports and studies noting some adverse effects. Thirty-three to 50% of the people participating in long silent meditation retreats (two weeks to three months) reported increased tension, anxiety, confusion, and depression. On th e other hand, most of these same people also reported very positive effects from their meditation practice. Kabat-Zinn notes that these studies fail to differentiate between serious psychiatric disturbances and normal emotional mood swings. These studies do suggest, however, that meditation may not be recommended for people with psychotic disorders, severe depression, and other severe personality disorders unless they are also receiving psychological or medical treatment.

 

 

 

 

 

Side effects :

There are no reported side effects from meditation except for positive benefits.

 

DEFINITION OF BEAUTY PARLOUR :

Life style is fast changing in the modern era, and the women have become more conscious about their make-up. More women are seen frequenting the beauty parlours for availing themselves of some kind of service to enhance their appearance to look good. The status of women has improved a lot and is improving further. This has resulted in their life style changing. Also their economic independence encourages them to report to this type of service.

 

Beauty parlour is a service oriented establishment in which women receive treatment to increase their beauty. Skin care, facial make-up , hair nourishing and model hair cutting are the most important nourshing activities of a beauty parlour. The use of machinery, ayurvedic formulations and approved synthetic chemicals and medicines vary from person to person as per need. In present project the provision of different beauty therapy are present with use of limited number of machinery.

 

 

 

MARKET DEMAND :

Beauty culture training is now-a-days, imparted by number private organizations and trained ladies try to set-up their beauty parlour in medium and small towns throughout odisha. The easily availability of different herbal preparation, cosmetic items helps to maintain quality of service of these beauty parlour. The demand of attending beauty parlour centre is mostly found in age group 18-48 years. In population growth, the growth of this age group is now found to be highest in India. In good beauty parlour even the customers have to wait for days together with an advance booking. This type of service centres are also getting good orders to serve the bride, in marriage functions and in different similar occasions. Depending on work load, they appoint fresh trainees and also open branches in different towns. Punctuality in opening and closing the parlour everyday, customer dealing, serving and satisfaction of customers as a whole plays a vital role in improving the market demand of such service centre.

 

TECHNOLOGY :

The beauty therapy is basically classified in items like hair cutting, nourishment of hair, dyeing of hair, prevention of hair fall, facial, treatment of pimples, prdicure etc. Facial itself is a very vast subject in which eye brow shaping, cleaning of face to remove dirt, application of cream and herbal extracts to nullify the aging and to cover wrinkles etc. As per the demand, special application of natural color to increase the beauty or aesthetic sense, use of eye pencil in eyebrow, eye lashes also measure the quality of the service provided by the parlour. Hair colouring with natural herbs, nail shaping, colouring, pedicure, manicure are also some additional service activities from which the centre earns good profit as well as good name and frame.

 

 


 


 


 

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