Crane (Crow Pose)

Crane (Crow Pose)

Crow pose also sometimes called “Crane Pose,” is usually the first arm balance that yoga students learn. It is the foundational pose for most arm balances in yoga, so it’s a good idea to understand the basics of Crow Pose first. This pose requires a good deal...
Chakras and the Channels of Energy

Chakras and the Channels of Energy

Inside every human being there is a network of nerves and sensory organs that interprets the outside physical world. From the perineum in the pelvic area to the medulla oblongata, there  are six knots or centers. These are the six lower chakras located along the...
Benefits of Siddhasana (Adepts Pose)

Benefits of Siddhasana (Adepts Pose)

Siddhasana (Adepts Pose): From the sitting position, first bend the left leg and place the heel at the perineum. Then, bend the right leg and place the heel against the pubic bone, or just above the genitals. The body is kept erect with the hands placed as in...
Benefits of Padmasana

Benefits of Padmasana

Benefits of Padmasana Padmasana (Lotus Pose): In the seated position, first carefully place the right foot onto the left thigh. Then take hold of the left foot and place it onto the right thigh. Keep the body erect with both knees touching the floor. The hands are to...
Meditation Asanas

Meditation Asanas

Meditation Asanas The main purpose of the meditation asanas is to allow the practioner to sit for extended periods of time without moving the body and and without discomfort. Only when the body has been steady and still for some time will meditation be experienced....