Warrior Pose is named after the Hindu mythological warrior called Virabhadra who was an incarnation of Lord Shiva.
This pose provides deep stretch to your quadriceps and hips. Read to learn more about this pose.
The objective of this asana is to deeply stretch your lower back and hamstrings.
This pose teaches us to listen to our body carefully and you must never force your body at any point during this pose.
Eka Pada Sirsasana requires a great deal of patience and persistence to bring your leg behind your head. Are you ready?
An intermediate back bending Pose that helps to build strength and flexibility. Moreover, this asana increases your energy level and calms your mind.
If you can hold Chaturanga Dandasana for 30-45 seconds, then you have a fair chance to practice this asana easily.
When you start practising yoga, in the process you gain strength and become flexible enough to execute your day to day work efficiently.
Hanuman reminds us that there is always a hero within each and every one of us. Hanumanasana teaches us to overcome obstacles and do what seems impossible to us at first instance.
Remember, when the water flow gets obstructed and then when it gets free, the flow of water becomes much faster with increased pressure.
This asana improves your posture and increases the balance of your body. Concentration and grace in everyday life can be greatly enhanced.
This pose helps to improve blood circulation in your body and tones the abdominal muscles.
A perfect pose to improve your sense of balance, focus and concentration.
Never force your body, to master this pose. Always remember that Yoga is a journey and you should always enjoy the journey.
According to the latest estimates from WHO, more than 30 crore people are now living with depression in this world.
This pose requires your patience and willingness. Never put your muscular force to stay in this pose for a long time. Go with the flow and focus on the present moment.
Practice Yoga regularly and strengthen your immune system. Say no to cold and flu in in this winter season.
This pose helps to improve blood circulation to the face and toning of your voice.
The twist increases the blood flow to your digestive organs. It stimulates the abdominal organs and improves the digestion.
Regular practice of Yoga help to cure acid-reflux, constipation, bloating and improves digestion.
An arm balancing Pose that helps to tone your abdominal muscles and strengthening your arms and spine muscles. Plank Pose helps to build determination and patience. Ensure to… Read more “How to do Plank Pose & it’s Benefits”
Regular practice of yoga helps to improve flexibility, build muscle strength, decrease the risk of injury and improve the performance level while swimming.
This pose helps to strengthen the shoulders, back muscles, spine, chest and abdomen. It also increases the flexibility of your hips and pelvis.
Studies have shown that patients with Ulcerative Colitis when practised yoga regularly had a decrease in abdominal pain and diarrhea.