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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…

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Utkatasana (Chair Pose) Steps And Its Benefits.

Utkata in Sanskrit means “difficult, awkward, powerful, furious, above the usual, intense” and asana means pose. It’s also known as Chair pose. It is an important Sun Salutation component. ◾Here I’m doingRead More…


Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose)

Gomukhasana is a Sanskrit name for cow face asana. Go means ‘Cow’, Mukha means ‘face’ and asana means ‘posture’. This is a seated hatha yoga asana which is considered to be aRead More…

Balasana or Child’s Pose

Balasana or Child’s Pose

Balasana is a relaxing pose which is done in every yoga class. ‘Bala’ means child and ‘asana’ means pose. This is a gentle and calming pose in a fetal position. It relievesRead More…

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Sitali- Sheetali Pranayama- Cooling Breath

‘Sitali’ or ‘Sheetali’ in Sanskrit means cooling. Sheetali pranayama refers to cooling the mind and body. In our day to day life, with so much anxiety around, practising this breathing exercise willRead More…


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…

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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…


Tri Pada Adho mukh svanasana/One Legged Downward Dog Pose

One-legged Downward dog or Three-legged Downward facing dog or Tri Pada Adho Mukh Svanasana is a modified and advanced level of the Downward dog pose also known as Adho Mukha Svanasana. Steps Begin in DownwardRead More…

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Baddha Parsvakonasana

Baddha Parsvakonasana is a Sanskrit name for Bound Side Angle Pose. It is a standing yoga pose that stretches and strengthens your entire body. The “bind” refers to the way your armsRead More…

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.   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…