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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...

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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...

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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....

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Benefits of Vajrasana (Thunderbolt Pose)

Benefits of Vajrasana (Thunderbolt Pose)

Benefits of Vajrasana : How to do it :  Vajrasana (thunderbolt pose) Kneel on the floor. Bring the big toes together and separate the heels. Lower the buttocks onto the inside surface of the feet with the heels touching the sides of the hips. Place the hands on the...

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Benefits of Vinyasa Yoga regular practice

Benefits of Vinyasa Yoga regular practice

The word “vinyasa” can be translated as “arranging something in a special way”. Like yoga poses, students coordinate movement and breath while flowing from one pose to the next. Vinyasa is also the term used to describe specific sequences commonly used during a...

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Benefits of Yoga

Benefits of Yoga

Weight loss, a strong and flexible body, glowing beautiful skin, peaceful mind, good health – whatever you may be looking for, yoga has it on offer. However, very often, yoga is only partially understood as being limited to asanas (yoga poses). As such, its benefits...

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Yoga anatomy

Yoga anatomy

Anatomy specific to yoga can be difficult to understand without some knowledge of what yoga is and what yoga aims to accomplish. Yoga anatomy examines the body structures that are used during specific yoga actions and why they are important to examine. By gaining...

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Vinyasa Yoga Philosophy

Vinyasa Yoga Philosophy

Vinyasa literally means “connection” and Vinyasa yoga is the practice of breath-synchronized movements. The flow is composed of a series of yoga poses where the yogi moves with the power of breathing. Practicing Vinyasa allows students to feel as if they are dancing...

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Types of Yoga

Types of Yoga

HATHA YOGA: Most forms of yoga fall under the umbrella term of “Hatha” yoga. In sanskrit the word literally means sun=”ha” and moon “tha” which is representative of balance. The full word simply refers to the physical practice of yoga postures to create balance. Hatha...

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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 21st June

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 21st June

Yoga is a 5,000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice Having its origin in India, Which Aims to transform both body and mind. On December 11 in 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga. The declaration...

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