What is Nauliyoga
What is Nauliyoga
Nauliyoga has the highest goal of leading us towards self-realisation.
On the way to self-realisation, Nauliyoga confers several benefits; beauty, muscular strength, youthful vitality, inner peace, emotional equanimity and intellectual clarity.
However, the difference between Nauliyoga and other yoga exercises is that through Nauliyoga these benefits are achievable in the shortest possible time.
Just ten minutes of Nauli every day can charge you with well-being, inner peace, increased mental alertness and improved physical stamina for the whole day.
Nauliyoga thus has the added advantage that it can be easily integrated in the hectic life-style of modern man.
Several factors combine to make Nauliyoga so effective, especially the induction of ‘hypoxia’.
What is hypoxia?
Hypoxia is a relative lack of oxygen. It is basically of two types; beneficial and harmful.
Beneficial hypoxia is mild, short, intermittent hypoxia, within the physiological range.
Harmful hypoxia is ‘suffocation’ as during sleep apnoea.
We are interested only in beneficial hypoxia because Nauliyoga generates only beneficial hypoxia. In Nauliyoga, the stomach muscles are rotated, after a strong exhalation. This creates a state of lack of oxygen, or beneficial hypoxia, in the body as we are not breathing during the rotation of muscles.
Nauli-generated hypoxia is comparable, in some ways, to the hypoxia used during
Intermittent Hypoxia Therapy
. These therapies routinely use hypoxia to increase athletic performance, and to treat several degenerative diseases. For example, new blood capillaries are formed in all vital organs so that they can receive more blood.
Regular stimulation of such mechanisms through hypoxia therefore makes the body resistant against degenerative diseases, that is, keeps the body young.
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