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Benefits Of Happy Baby Pose

Benefits Of Happy Baby Pose

Happy Baby Pose, also known as Dead Bug Pose. When performed correctly, this posture can provide significant relief to lower back pain or discomfort. The best part about it: as you lie there, this supine stretch works out kinks in your hips, back, and buttocks. Precautions should be taken when doing Happy Baby or Dead […]

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Benefits of Low lunge / Anjaneyasana

Benefits of Low lunge / Anjaneyasana

Benefits of Low lunge / Anjaneyasana: Enter from the lunge pose with the hands supporting you at either side of the leading foot. Gently place the back knee down then let the front knee extend over the foot. (Not all the way after a little while passes slowly deepen forward with the knee.) Take the hands […]

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Benefit of Wild Thing (Camatkarasana)

Benefit of Wild Thing (Camatkarasana)

Sometimes it’s fun to do something new and different during your yoga practice, especially when it has a variety of benefits. Whether you call it Wild Thing, Flipped Dog or Dancer’s Bridge, the pose called Camatkarasana is a great heart opener that stretches the thighs and hip flexors, as well as strengthens the shoulders and […]

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Benefits of Firefly Pose

Benefits of Firefly Pose

This is an arm balancing posture that incorporates the legs flexibility with core strength. When the lower body is raised from the mat, the pose strengthens the shoulders and wrists further. The Firefly Pose in yoga gets its name because the position that you come into while performing the pose is similar to that of […]

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Five Qualities Of Good Breathing

Five Qualities Of Good Breathing

Once the mind has begun to track the slow pace of breathing, then the breath needs to be shaped so that physical and mental tensions that have altered breathing can be relieved.The process of giving the breath a new shape requires time and experience. If you try too hard, you may create new problems. With […]

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Anahatasana heart opening yoga pose

Anahatasana heart opening yoga pose

Anahatasana is a heart-opening yoga pose that energizes the whole body. The name is derived from the Sanskrit, anahata, meaning “heart,” and asana, meaning “pose.” To enter the pose, begin in table pose. Walk the hands forward until the chest reaches the floor. Keep the hips above the knees and place the forehead on the […]

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7 Yoga Poses for Abs

7 Yoga Poses for Abs

1: Boat Pose Paripurna Navasana: (par-ee-POOR-nah nah-VAHS-anna)paripurna = full, entire, completenava = boat 2: Bridge Pose Setu Bandha Sarvangasana: (SET-too BAHN-dah)setu = dam, dike, or bridgebandha = lock 3: Crane (Crow) Pose Bakasana: (bahk-AHS-anna)baka = crane 4: Fish Pose Matsyasana: Traditionally Fish Pose is performed with the legs in Padmasana. Since Padmasana is beyond the capacity of most beginning […]

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Benefits of Revolved Side Angle Pose

Benefits of Revolved Side Angle Pose

Revolved Side Angle Pose is a deep, standing twist that challenges your balance and strengthens your legs and core. It’s a powerful variation on Extended Side Angle Pose (Utthita Parsvakonasana). It also combines the benefits ofWarrior I (Virabhadrasana I) and Crescent Lunge Twist (Parivrtta Anjaneyasana). The Sanskrit name for this pose, “Parivrtta Parsvakonasana” (PAHR-ee-VREE-tah PARZH-vuh-ko-NAHS-uh-nuh), comes […]

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Ardha Matsyendrasana for healthy liver

Ardha Matsyendrasana for healthy liver

Ardha Matsyendrasana (King of the Fish Pose or Seated Half Spinal Twist) is a very beneficial yoga pose of the liver. The scientific pressing of the liver stimulates and strengthens the liver that is damaged by stress, apoptosis, inflammation and fibrosis. To perform this asana, begin by sitting cross-legged. – Ardha Matsyendrasana (Sanskrit: अर्धमत्स्येन्द्रासन), Half […]

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