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  • 7 Health Benefits of Yoga in Day to Day Life

    7 Health Benefits of Yoga in Day to Day Life

    Yoga is a way of life. It helps body to stay fit and mind to be in a state of tranquillity. Benefits of Yoga are endless. Yoga helps mind, body and soul to synchronise. Yoga is a way of meditation on the physical body. And that is why inhalation and exhalation becomes very important in yoga. Over all Yoga helps in weight loss, provide flexibility and strength, glowing and beautiful skin and overall good health. To summarise, whatever you are looking for, yoga has it to offer. Continue reading

     
  • Don't fear and Embrace the change

    Don’t fear and Embrace the change

    Don’t fear and Embrace the change. Universe is changing every second. And we also know the fact that Change is the only constant thing in the world. Still we fear the change. Because change brings the uncertainty. Over the time we go into our confort zone. But then change tends to make our life unstable. That is why we are not ready to accept change in life. But we can’t resist change in life. Continue reading

     
  • Brain Yoga will help your kid to be smart

    Brain Yoga will help your kid to be smart

    Brain Yoga will help your kid to be smart. You have taken the first step towards better memory, improved concentration and faster mental responses for your kids as well as for you. It is an age old Yoga technique that has proved to be amazing for those who have memory loss and learning difficulty. Continue reading

     
  • Warrior Pose II or Virabhadrasana

    Warrior Pose II or Virabhadrasana

    Virabhadra refers to the name of a fierce warrior, an incarnation of Lord Shiva. As per Hindu Mythology, Virabhadra is described as having thousand heads, a thousand eyes, a thousand feet and wearing a tiger’s skin. Warrior Pose II or Virabhadrasana is a good pose for body balance and stability. It improves stamina and energize the body. It is also good for blood circulation and respiration. Continue reading

     
  • Benefits of Trikonasana or Triangle Pose

    Benefits of Trikonasana or Triangle Pose

    Trikonasana or Triangle Pose is a basic pose that in included in almost all of the yoga practices. ‘Trikona’ means Tringle and ‘Asana’ means pose. Hence English name for this Asana is Triangle Pose. Trikonasana or Triangle Pose is a good stretch for legs, ankles, knees, arms, shoulders, chest and neck. It also improves the overall body balance. In Triangle pose, eyes are kept open to maintain body balance Continue reading

     
  • Health Benefits of Anjaneyasna or Low Lunge

    Health Benefits of Anjaneyasna or Low Lunge

    Anjaneyasna or Low Lunge pose is a basic posture that is practiced in most of the yoga classes with several variations and modification. It helps to improve strength and flexibility in hips, legs, abdomen. shoulders, arms, legs and knees. It also opens up the chest & lungs. English name for this pose is ‘crescent moon’ pose or ‘low lunge, mainly because of the shape it takes in the final posture.

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  • Benefits of Reverse Warrior Pose

    Benefits of Reverse Warrior Pose

    Reverse Warrior Pose is a variation of Warrior Pose II. Reverse Warrior pose is a challenging posture for sure. There are a lot of moving body parts and a lot of balancing and alignment issue. I have seen people in my class fumble when I put this in sequence with warrior pose 1 and 2. And I tell them that mindfulness and awareness is the key. With little concentration you can easily come in the posture. This posture is simply awesome for your body. It provides a full body stretch and when clubbed with other warrior poses in sequences, this is simply a complete workout for the body.

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  • Natarajasana or Lord of the Dance Pose

    Natarajasana or Lord of the Dance Pose

    Nataraja means the king of Dancers. Nataraja is a very beautiful symbol that symbolises the union of nature and the divine. And in Yoga, there is pose that  is inspired from the gesture of dancing Shiva. This pose is known as Natarajasana or Lord of the Dance Pose. Continue reading

     
  • Inspiring Quotes on Pranayama

    Inspiring Quotes on Pranayama

    Pranayama is made up of two words – Prana and Yama. Prana refers to vital force or life energy or in simple term breath. Yama means to control. In Pranayama yogis tends to control breath. Pranayama leads to conscious breathing. Over the time, breathing becomes short and shallow. With practice of Pranayama, we tends to follow conscious breathing. Main focus is on deep exhalation and due to that breathing become longer and deeper. Continue reading

     
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