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  • Ustrasana or Camel Pose

    Ustrasana or Camel Pose

    Ustrasana or Camel pose is very powerful Asna with lot of benefits. ‘Ustra’ means camel in Sanskrit. In the final posture, body looks like camel, so this pose is known as Ustrasana or Camel Pose. Continue reading

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  • Tadasna - The Balancing Pose

    Tadasna – The Balancing Pose

    Tadasna has derived its name from Sanskrit. ‘Tada’ means ‘palm tree’. In this asna, body looks like a palm tree, so this asna is called as Palm tree posture. Other name for this asna is Mountain pose.
    Key features of Tadasna – The Balancing pose
    This is the starting posture of all standing asnas.
    Regular practice of this asna helps to correct the posture and also increases height.

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  • 10 Quickest desktop yoga poses

    10 Quickest desktop yoga poses

    Whether you’re an IT professional, high-powered executive or an administrative assistant oran entrepreneur who need to work on monitors for long hours to meet deadlines. In that case there are chances that you under stress at every moment. Continue reading

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  • Baddha Konaasna for knee strengthening

    Baddha Konaasna for knee strengthening

    Baddha Konaasna , also known as Restrained  or Bound angle pose. It is a great asna for opening up tight hips and thighs. Baddha is a Sanskrit word meaning a bond or chain. Pada refers to food and kona means corner or angle. The word pada means foot, and kona means corner therefore this is the restrained-foot-angle posture. Continue reading

     
  • Guidelines for doing Mudras for better results

    Guidelines for doing Mudras for better results

    Mudra is a term with very deep meaning. Mudra is used to signify a gesture or a position of the hands or a seal, or even a symbolic representation. Mudras generally include hands and other body parts such as eye positions, body postures or even breathing techniques. This symbolic finger, eye, and body postures can vividly depict certain states or processes of consciousness. Continue reading

     
  • How to do Garuda Mudra for balancing energy?

    How to do Garuda Mudra for balancing energy?

    Garuda the mystical bird, is the carrier of lord Vishnu. Garuda is the king of birds, sky and air. Birds generally have sharp eyes, a distinct sense of orientation, and strong survival instincts. Garuda mudra is a powerful mudra to add up to your daily yoga and meditation practice. Garuda mudra is useful in  balancing the vata energy in the body. Vata represent the wind in the body, hence Garuda mudra controls the wind in the body. Due to imbalanced wind, body suffers a lot.You can also read about vaata nashak Mudra here. Continue reading

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