Nisha Yadav

Yoga Expert

Name: Nisha Yadav
Degree: B.sc.(chemistry)
Diploma in fitness  “ management Yoga “ and naturopathy
Teacher’s training course from the Yoga Institute (Santacruz)

Practice years: 3 years
Working place: The Yoga institute
Freelancer

Specialisation: traditional/Classic Yoga,
Meditation
Pranayama
Additional services: Yoga for weight   management,     diabetes, PCOS, Pre-natal, stress-management,

Email: nishakhush@gmail.com

My recent articles

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THE FULL YOGIC BREATHING AND IT’S BENEFITS

The full Yogic breathing involves all 3 types of sectional breathing discussed before in previous blogs. HOW TO DO: 1. Take comfortable sitting position, make sure the head and spine are inRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Dec 23, 2020
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THORACIC BREATHING – INTERCOASTAL BREATHING

The rib cage expands in all directions with inhalation and reverts to their original position with exhalation. Thoracic breathing is a powerful breath technique for healing respiratory ailments. HOW TO DO: SitRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Oct 21, 2020
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ABDOMINAL BREATHING

Also known as Diaphragmatic Breathing. Abdominal breathing is the natural way of breathing in line with the structure of our body. Inhalation pushes the diaphragm muscles downward which releases the abdominal organsRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Oct 11, 2020
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Ekpadasana One-Legged Pose

Stand erect, keep the hand at their respective sides and the feet together. Distribute the body weight equally on both feet, keens straight but not stiff. Focus at one point straight aheadRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Jul 21, 2020
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Garudasana (The Eagle Yoga Pose)

  HOW TO DO: Stand erect with feet together & hands at their respective sides at shoulder level opened widely palm facing down. Focus at one point. Bend the knees gently toRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Jul 9, 2020
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Mandukasana yoga/ Frog pose

Sit comfortably in Vajrasana, make a fist by keeping the thumb inside. join the knuckles and place the fist on your lower abdomen below the navel fingers touching the abdomen. Inhale andRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Jun 29, 2020
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Ustrasana (camel pose)

A Very significant pose for interior stretching and posterior contraction. How to do: Assume a sitting posture as in a kneeling. Keep a comfortable distance between knees. support the body on toesRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Jun 18, 2020
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Vajrasana

.   It is inspired by the mythical weapon wielded by Lord Indra – Vajra (thunderbolt of irresistible force and which is indestructible). It is also symbolically used to represent firmness ofRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | Jun 4, 2020
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Ardha Matsyendrasana (The Half Fish Pose)

Half spinal twist Sit with the leg stretched out in front of the body, Spine erect. bend the right leg and place the right foot flat on the floor on another sideRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | May 28, 2020
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Bhadrasana-The throne pose

  Cultural Asana for extremity Bhadrasana finds mention both in the Hatha Yoga Pradipika and the Gheranda Samhita. Yogi Swatmarama, the author of Hatha Yoga Pradipika mentions four main Asanas for meditation.Read More...
By : Nisha Yadav | May 21, 2020
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Mitahara (Moderate or Balanced Diet)

Mitahara (Moderate or Balanced Diet) Diet plays a very important role in the entire scheme of Yoga. Almost all the texts of Hatha Yoga Tradition invariably talk about food a great dealRead More...
By : Nisha Yadav | May 14, 2020
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Bhramari Pranayama

  Bhramari comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Bramar’ – a black Indian bee. The resounding echo of the sound made by a humming bee is replicated in the practice of this Pranayama.Read More...
By : Nisha Yadav | May 7, 2020

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