Do humans have more than one brain?
It is known that our brains develop while we are still in our mother's womb and branch out into three major parts - the hindbrain, the midbrain, and the forebrain.
All of these parts work together to create your abilities - allowing you to do things you never thought possible before! That is why in the early years of childhood, we as parents and educators must give the child the best environment that stimulates all different parts of their developing brain.
The human brain requires two necessities- oxygen and glucose. If it has enough of both, it will function at its peak level.
In this video, I have talked about how yoga practices like Asanas and Pranayama enhance the levels of oxygen and glucose that make your brain function at its best. This video gives us a deeper understanding of the structure of the brain, how it is not a single entity but two, and some beautiful teachings from Yogamaharishi Swami Gitananda Giri who gave the concept of three brains resonating with the earth, the moon, and the sun. Oh, this man was way ahead of his time!

To know more, watch the video below

hellomyyoga has collaborated with him and has curated a program, “Yogchikitsa with Dr.Ananda ji” and the first program in the series is, "Impact of Yoga on Sleep and Mental Health", that will explain to you the impact of Yoga on your mental health and sleep cycle.

This program will help you gain a deeper understanding on:

● Introduction to Yogachikitsa
● Concepts of sleep from yogic and medical perspectives
● Importance of relaxation for restoration
● Sleeping disorders and the yogic approach
● A yogic perspective on mental health
● Finding the inner balance through Yogachikitsa

Yogacharya Dr. Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani

Chairman of the International Centre for Yoga Education and Research at Ananda Ashram, and Yoganjali Natyalayam, Dr. Ananda is the son and successor of the internationally acclaimed Yoga master, Yogamaharishi Dr. Swami Gitananda Giri Guru Maharaj, and Ammaji Yogacharini Meenakshi Devi Bhavanani.
He is Director of the Centre for Yoga Therapy Education and Research (CYTER), Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth, Pondicherry, and is a Fellow of the Indian Academy of Yoga. He has authored 19 DVDs and 26  books on Yoga and published more than 300 papers, compilations, and abstracts on Yoga and Yoga research in national and international Journals.

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