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CTK Fitness
(843) 552-8000
283 Dorchester Manor Blvd.
North Charleston, SC
Programs & Services
Boot Camp, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Free Weights, Medicine Balls, Parking, Personal Training, Pilates, Towel Service, Treadmill, Weight Machines, Yoga

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Serenity Now Yoga
(843) 849-0445
1405 Ben Sawyer Blvd Suite 103
Mt. Pleasant, SC
Yoga Styles
Hatha

Holy Cow Yoga & Holistic Center
(843) 769-2269
10 Windermere Blvd Ste B
Charleston, SC
 
Lotus Light Healing Art Center
(843) 225-1010
445 Savannah Hwy
Charleston, SC
 
Bikram Yoga Charleston
(843) 884-3737
1973 Riviera Dr
Mount Pleasant, SC
 
Holy Cow Yoga Center
(843) 769-2269
10 Windermere Blvd.
Charleston, SC
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa, Integral, Sivananda, Ashtanga

Arts for Fitness Bjj Intl Taekwon Do Center
(843) 552-2121
3316 Ashley Phosphate Rd
North Charleston, SC
 
Skin Therapy Center
(843) 571-1047
5 Daniel St
Charleston, SC
 
Jivamukti Yoga
(843) 817-3899
360 Concord St
Charleston, SC
 
Skin Therapy Center
(843) 881-1818
1465 Stuart Engals Blvd
Mount Pleasant, SC
 
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Yoga Improves Memory

Memory is the ability to retain and recall information as and when required. Memory capacity is the ability to analyze and process the assimilated information and not raw data storage alone. Memory power varies from one individual to another.

Yoga and Memory: are linked by an umbilical cord

Memory is critical to our daily lives. Throughout the day, we are constantly flooded with information, data and new happenings/developments/facts. Thus our mind has its natural way to sieve out only the information that is relevant or useful to us. Thus it is important that we train our minds accordingly and ensure a healthy state of functioning.

Yoga provides an excellent tool for improving memory power and fighting forgetfulness

The brain functions of attention, cognition, processing of sensory information and visual perception are honed with yogic practices. Yogic practices hatha yoga, which is a medley of asanas, pranayama, meditation and Om chanting increase blood feed to the brain. This helps in soothing mind and enhances concentration.
Memory power is given a boost, while also improving the ability to maintain focus and concentration.

  • YOGA ASANA: Sarvangasana and Bhujangasana are the two main asana, which are a great remedy to all your physical and mental problems.
  • PRANAYAMA: In pranayama, the mind is focused on the breath as it flows in and out of the body. Oxygen and prana (energy) levels in mind and body also elevate due to the regulation of breath. Bhastrika, Kapalbhati and Brahmari Pranayam are the best. They improve the memory power and alleviate forgetfulness.
  • OMKAR CHANTING: Here you inhale air from one nostril and exhale through the other. While you breathe in from one nostril you need to close the other one with your thumb and while breathing out release your thumb.
  • Open-Legged Forward Bend and Sirshasana are some other yoga practices that strengthen memory.

There are some yogic techniques that exclusively stimulate the brain and nervous system to improve memory and concentration.

  • Dharana: or the practice of Concentration: is known to yoke the wandering mind. This relieves strain on the mind. Mental strength increases. Efficiency and effectiveness of work is known to improve. The daily practice of dharana reduces the wavering attitude of mind with peace and mental calm settling into life. Moreover it trains the mind to become clear, focused and directional.
  • Meditation: is a step beyond Dharna...

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