Ramneek Wig
About Ramneek Wig
Ramneek Wig is an author and Gold Medalist in Yoga and Naturopathy. Ramneek Wig suffered from cancer three times. The second time he got cancer, Ramneek Wig got a bone marrow transplant done in the United States. Even after the Bone Marrow Transplant, the cancer came back in the year 2003. The third time he got cancer the cure rate was not even 1 %. Finally, Ramneek Wig resorted to Pranayama, Food Therapy and Meditation. Now it’s been several years, he is completely healthy and cancer-free.

DISEASE-SPECIFIC COURSE ON PRANAYAMA, FOOD THERAPY AND MEDITATION
BY RAMNEEK WIG


DETAILS OF THE COURSE:

DISEASE-SPECIFIC COURSE ON PRANAYAMA, FOOD THERAPY AND MEDITATION CONSISTS OF 15 CLASSES IN ALL. IN THIS COURSE THERE ARE 7 CLASSES ON PRANAYAMA, 5 CLASSES ON FOOD THERAPY AND 3 CLASSES ON MEDITATION. THE DURATION OF EACH CLASS IS 45 MINUTES.

THIS IS A PERSONALIZED COURSE, AND IS CONDUCTED BY RAMNEEK WIG AT OUR CENTRE AT GK-2 NEW DELHI AND ALSO OVER THE SKYPE. 

WHENEVER YOU WISH, YOU CAN START THIS COURSE. SINCE IT IS A PERSONALIZED COURSE, YOU CAN COMPLETE THIS COURSE ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN CONVENIENCE. YOU ONLY HAVE TO PAY FOR 1 CLASS AT A TIME. EACH TIME YOU WISH TO TAKE A CLASS AT OUR CENTRE OR OVER THE SKYPE, KINDLY SEND A WHATSAPP TO US AT 9910178140.

PRANAYAMA AND FOOD THERAPY ARE HELPFUL IN THE TREATMENT OF SEVERAL DISEASES SUCH AS CANCER, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, ASTHMA, DIABETES, DEPRESSION, LIVER DISORDERS, KIDNEY DISORDERS, ALZHEIMERS DISEASE, PARKINSONS DISEASE, MIGRAINE, OCD, THYROID DISORDERS, BIPOLAR DISORDER, SINUSITIS AND OBESITY.

MEDITATION IS A GREAT STRESS BUSTER, AND IS HELPFUL IN THE TREATMENT OF SEVERAL DEGENERATIVE DISEASES. MEDITATION HELPS TO RELEASE ANXIETY, AND BRINGS ABOUT A FEELING OF JOY AND TRANQUILITY.


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PRANAYAMA FOR SUMMERS
 

The summer seems to have reached its peak, and we’re all getting uptight and perturbed by the scorching sun, and the intense heat produced by it. Temperatures are rising with each passing day, and we’ve got to do something to remain calm and tranquil. There are certain pranayamas, which are specifically meant for summers. The most important amongst these are Sheetkari pranayama, Sheetali pranayama, Kag pranayama and Chandra Bhedi pranayama. These are also called as Cooling pranayamas. As you practice these pranayamas, you shall feel greatly comforted, cool, and peaceful from within. These pranayamas are also helpful in relieving thirst, and a great aid to stress management. Apart from this; they are a powerful tonic for people suffering from high blood pressure and depression.


 


Sheetkari pranayama: Sit comfortably in a cross-legged posture or padmasana. Gently close your eyes, and concentrate on your breath for a while. As you breathe-in, your abdomen should expand; and as you breathe-out, it should contract.


Now roll your tongue in such a way so that the tip of the tongue touches the palate; join the upper and lower row of your teeth. Next gently breathe-in from your mouth to the count of 4; your abdomen expands as you breathe-in.


Close your mouth, and apply Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck downwards, so that the tip of the chin touches the upper part of the chest). Retain your breath to the count of 16.


Now slowly open the Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck back to the original position); exhale through your nostrils to the count of 8; your abdomen contracts as you exhale. This completes your one round of Sheetkari pranayama. Do at least 15 to 20 rounds in one sitting.


 


Sheetali pranayama: Sit comfortably in a cross-legged posture or padmasana. Gently close your eyes, and concentrate on your breath for a while. As you breathe-in, your abdomen should expand; and as you breathe-out, it should contract.


Now take your tongue out, and roll it from both sides so that a hollow pipe like passage is made. Next, gently breathe-in from your mouth to the count of 4; your abdomen expands as you breathe-in.


Close your mouth, and apply Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck downwards, so that the tip of the chin touches the upper part of the chest). Retain your breath to the count of 16.


Now slowly open the Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck back to the original position); exhale through your nostrils to the count of 8; your abdomen contracts as you exhale. This completes your one round of Sheetali pranayama. Do at least 15 to 20 rounds in one sitting.


 


 


Kag pranayama: Sit comfortably in a cross-legged posture or padmasana. Gently close your eyes, and concentrate on your breath for a while. As you breathe-in, your abdomen should expand; and as you breathe-out, it should contract.


Make your lips in such a way as you would do if you had to whistle. The shape of the lips looks like a CROW’S BEAK; that is so the reason it is called as Kag pranayama. Next gently breathe-in from your mouth to the count of 4; your abdomen expands as you breathe-in.


Close your mouth, and apply Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck downwards, so that the tip of the chin touches the upper part of the chest). Retain your breath to the count of 16.


Now slowly open the Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck back to the original position); exhale through your nostrils to the count of 8; your abdomen contracts as you exhale. This completes your one round of Kag pranayama. Do at least 15 to 20 rounds in one sitting.


You’ve got to keep the following points in mind as you practice Sheetkari pranayama, Sheetali pranayama and Kag pranayama:              1. Inhalation is to be done through the mouth 2. As you inhale the abdomen should expand 3. Apply Jalandhar bandha while you retain your breath. 4. Follow the correct ratio between Inhalation, Internal Retention and Exhalation (1:4:2) 5. Exhalation is to be done through both the nostrils; and as you exhale the abdomen should contract.           6. Heart patients and people suffering from high blood pressure or asthma should do these pranayamas without retention of breath.


Chandra Bhedi Pranayama: Sit comfortably in a cross-legged posture or padmasana. Gently close your eyes, and concentrate on your breath for a while. As you breathe-in, your abdomen should expand; and as you breathe-out, it should contract.


Now make an Apana mudra with your right hand (join the middle finger, ring finger and the thumb together; the little finger, and the index finger should be pointing outwards). Close your right nostril with the help of the thumb, and exhale out all your breath from the left nostril; this is the starting position.


Next, inhale from the left nostril to the count of 4; close both your nostrils with the help of the middle finger, ring finger and the thumb; apply Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck downwards, so that the tip of the chin touches the upper part of the chest) and retain your breath to the count of 16. Now slowly open the Jalandhar bandha (bring your neck back to the original position); and exhale from the right nostril to the count of 8. This completes your one round of Chandra Bhedi pranayama. Do at least 15 to 20 rounds in one sitting.


You’ve got to keep the following points in mind as you practice Chandra Bhedi pranayama: 1. As you inhale your abdomen should expand; and as you exhale, your abdomen should contract. 2. In this pranayama, inhalation is always done through the left nostril, and exhalation is always done through the right nostril. 3. Apply Jalandhar bandha while you retain your breath. 4. Follow the correct ratio between Inhalation, Internal Retention and Exhalation (1:4:2). 5. Heart patients and people suffering from asthma or high blood pressure should do this pranayama without retention of breath.