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Niralamba Bhujangasana is the another version of Bhujangasana which is done without the support or known as Unsupported Cobra Pose. This is an easy asana which can be practiced by anybody without much effort. This asana helps in weak digestive system and people with poor posture. It conditions abdomen, spinal muscles and spinal column. How to do In prone position,...
Trikonasana
The meaning of trikon is triangle while the meaning of asana is pose. Triangle pose is very important for health & wellness. It has greater significance and relevance in the domain of sound health. Extended Triangle pose yoga has the ability to bring stability, strength and stamina in one’s life. Therapeutically, it is good for strengthening the core and...
Paschimottanasan
“Paschima” means your “back” and “Uttana” means “stretching“. This asana helps in the stretching of the whole body from head to heels and hence it is called as Paschimottanasna. This asana is an accomplished asana according to the Shiva Samhita. It was advocated by 11th century yogi Gorakshanath. There are many benefits of this posture, the main and most...
Veerasana
Veerasana or the Hero’s Pose comes from the Sanskrit words ‘Veera’ which means a Hero or a Warrior and ‘Asana’ which means a Pose. Veerasana can be used as an alternate pose for meditation and contemplation. Veerasana is a relatively easy posture, but those suffering from knee and ankle pain should avoid it. How to do Sit on the floor. ...
Sharanagata Mudra
Sharanagata or surrender means expanding the horizon of consciousness. Surrending is the basic foundation of the yoga, without surrendering you can’t progress in any field. Surrendering or Sharanagatam gives you peace, patience and harmony. How to do Sit on Padmasana or Swastikasana or other meditative pose or cross legs pose. Padmasana is recommended so that it expands the hips and...
Vakrasana
Vakrasana means twist and turn our body. Vakrasana is the best yoga for chronic diseases like constipation, diabetes etc. Diabetes patients should practice this pose in the morning and evening which will be highly beneficial. It is very useful to tone spinal nerves and abdominal muscles and organs. It is also beneficial to manage or cure many of the...
Ardhamatsyendrasana
Aasana is named after the great yogi Matsyendranath (9th century Yoga guru who founded Hatha Yoga). The name comes from the Sanskrit words ardha meaning “half“, matsya meaning “fish“, eendra meaning “king“, and asana meaning “posture” or “seat“. This is one of the few poses in the basic session that rotates the spine. Most bend the spinal column either backward...
Akarna Dhanurasana
Akarna Dhanurasana (Archer Pose I) is a way of discovering how, by quietly observing your adjustments, the quality of your breath and your state of consciousness, have a presence of mind that allows you to aim the arrow of awareness at yourself. Akarna Dhanurasana, like archery, requires both strength and flexibility. How to do Sit firmly on the floor and...
Samasana
"Sama" connotes 'balance' or 'equilibrium' in Sanskrit. In this posture the body is in such a position that it can be divided vertically into two identical parts. In this asana the external organs of the body are kept in such a way that they stand divided in to two, hence the name Samasan. How to do Sit with both legs...
Naukasana
While practicing Naukasana you will see that the entire body takes a shape of a boat. Naukasana is beneficial to cure many physical disorders. Naukasana helps to strengthen the lungs, liver and pancreas. Naukasana helps to increase the circulation of blood and maintain the sugar level. How to do 1. Lie flat on your back with your arms by your side. 2....
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