YOAGA ASANA – GARBHA PINDASANA

Garbha Pindasana (Womb Embryo Pose) Garbha Pinda means an embryo in the womb (grabha = womb; pinda = embryo). The name of the posture indicates that the ancient sages knew about the growth of the human foetus in the mother's womb though the medical instruments at their disposal were limited. In this posture the abdominal … Continue reading YOAGA ASANA – GARBHA PINDASANA

YOGA ASANA – ADHO MUKHA SVANASANA

Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog) The practice of this asana helps to eradicate stiffness in the region of the shoulder-blades, and arthritis of the shoulder joints is relieved. The abdominal muscles are drawn towards the spine and strengthened. As the diaphragm is lifted to the chest cavity the rate of the heart beat is … Continue reading YOGA ASANA – ADHO MUKHA SVANASANA

YOGA ASANA – KUKKUTASANA

Kukkutasana (Cockerel Pose) This posture strengthens the arm and shoulder muscles, and stretches the chest. It develops a sense of balance and stability. It is used in the process of kundalini awakening due to the stimulation of mooladhara chakra. In this asana the arms and wrists must be strong enough to support the body. People … Continue reading YOGA ASANA – KUKKUTASANA

YOGA ASANA – CHAKRASANA

Chakrasana (Wheel Pose) Chakrasana should preferably be practiced on a soft carpet, which will protect the head. It should not be practiced on a blanket, which may slip. This is an inverted asana in which the whole body and nervous system are being placed in an abnormal position. It may be difficult to raise the … Continue reading YOGA ASANA – CHAKRASANA

YOGA ASANA – GAUMUKHASANA

Gaumukhasana (Cow Facing Pose) Variation Gaumukhasana is most conducive to establish harmony and rhythm and is most suited for concentration. It helps to relieve stiff shoulders and reduce backache. It stretches your spine, ankles, chest, shoulder, arms. Gaumukhasana balances the two sides of the body as generally we prefer either the left or the right … Continue reading YOGA ASANA – GAUMUKHASANA