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Ashtavakrasana

Ashtavakrasana

ASHTAVAKRASANA The word “Ashtavakrasana” is derived from Sanskrit word “Ashta” meaning “eight”, “Vakra” meaning “curve” or “bend” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit with your spine straight and legs stretched infront. Bend your right knee get it closer to your chest, place your right palm between your legs closer to …

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Bharadvajasana II

Bharadvajasana II

BHARADVAJASANA II The word “Bharadvajasana” is named after one of the legendary “seven seers” (Sapta Rishis) known as Bharadvaja. This particular asana/ postures is one of the variation of Bharadvajasana. Bharadvajasana II is an advanced form requiring high hip mobility; one leg is bent as in Padmasana (lotus position), while the other leg is bent …

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Bharadvajasana I

Bharadvajasana I

BHARADVAJASANA I The word “Bharadvajasana” is named after one of the legendary “seven seers” (Sapta Rishis) known as Bharadvaja. He is also known for having composed hymns that were later included in the ancient scriptures called the Vedas. This particular asana/ postures is one of the variations of Bharadvajasana. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit on …

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Malasana

Malasana

MALASANA The word “Malasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Mala” meaning “garland” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:  Stand straight with your legs apart. Now slowly bend your knees get your hips closer to your knees. Press your elbows to the inner thighs and join your palms infront of your …

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Matsyasana

MATSYASANA

MATSYASANA The word “Matsyasana” is derived from Sanskrit word “Matsya” meaning “fish” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat” STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Lie down on your back with yours legs together and hands beside your body such that your palms are facing the ground. Bend your knees, cross your legs one over the other such that …

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Kati Chakrasana

Kati Chakrasana

KATI CHAKRASANA The word “Katichakrasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Kati” meaning “wheel”, “Chakra” meaning “wheel” or “rotation”, and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Stand straight keeping your legs hip width apart and toes pointing in the front. Now keep your arms stretched at the shoulder level. Keep your right …

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Vajrasana

VAJRASANA The word “Vajrasana” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Vajra” a weapon whose name meaning is “thunderbolt” or “diamond” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Thunderbolt pose or Diamond pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit on the mat with your back straight and legs in front. Bend …

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Depression and Yoga

Depression and Yoga Depression is a common mental disorder, characterized by sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, feelings of tiredness and poor concentration. (According to WHO, definition of Depression). Predisposing Factors Family History: Immediate family members having history of depression, increases the risk of it. …

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Yoga & Stress Management

Yoga & Stress Management Dating back over 5000 years, yoga is considered by many to be the oldest defined practice of self-development. The methods of Classical Yoga/ Hatha Yoga include physical postures, breathing control and meditation. Traditionally an Eastern practice, it is now becoming popular in the West as well. In fact, many companies, are seeing …

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How Yoga Helps

How Yoga Helps YOGA, is derived from the Sanskrit word “Yuj”, which means, to unite, to join, to attach or to combine. It is all about getting united, through the physical, mental practice, combining your outer self to your inner self. There some practices and procedures which helps the body and mind to get in …

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