x

Category: Forward Bending

Know your asana: Teardrop

Yoga Practice February 8, 2018

After backbends, you need to relax the back and the neck. Teardrop is a posture used in warm-ups across different fitness regimes. It releases the muscles in the back and stretches the hamstrings. What is so special about Teardrop? This asana is used in contemporary studios. It is a great pose to release the back …

Releasing emotions through Yoga

Yoga Practice January 12, 2018

We all have felt the calmness during or after a yoga session. But, there may be times when you feel sad, angry, despondent too! Have you ever wondered why? Science, finally acknowledges the fact, that the body stores emotions! Especially in the hips, thighs and shoulders.  How do we store old emotions? Think of what …

Know your asana: Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana

Yoga Practice January 2, 2018

Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana is twisted-head-to-knee forward bending pose. This restorative asana energises the body and mind, while toning the obliques. This asana is usually done at the end of a sequence once the body is really warmed up. What is so special about this asana? This asana  increases the flexibility of the thighs, hamstrings, thighs, hip …

Know your asana: PASCHIMOTTANASANA

Yoga Practice December 23, 2017

Paschimottanasana is a forward bending posture. This restorative asana improves flexibility and helps in calming the mind. It is believed that ancient yogis would practice facing the sunrise and Paschimottanasana would deeply stretch the entire back. Or “west,” side of their bodies as they fold forward toward the sun. What is so special about Paschimottanasana? The forward fold …

Know your asana: Janu Sirsasana

Yoga Practice December 19, 2017

Janu Sirsasana is head-to-knee forward bending pose. This restorative asana energises the body and mind, while improving the digestion. As the ascending and the descending colon is massaged. This asana is usually done at the end of a sequence once the body is really warmed up. What is so special about Janu Sirsasana? Janu Sirsasana works …

All About Pitta Dosha

Yoga Practice October 31, 2017

Pitta Dosha Pitta combines the elements of fire and water and it means “that which cooks”. It is the energy that controls the body’s metabolic systems, including digestion, absorption, nutrition, and body temperature. The qualities of Pitta are oily, sharp, hot, light, moving, liquid, and acidic. Thereby, Pitta individuals  display physical and mental characteristics that …

Yoga cures for Migraine

Yoga Practice October 19, 2017

All about Migraine In a modern day scenario, Migraine is a common problem in all age groups. Migraine is a type of headache where there’s constant throbbing and intense headache in one side of the head. Many a times, patients are not aware that they suffer from migraine. There are various factors which can trigger …

Yoga cures for sinus

Yoga Practice October 5, 2017

SINUSITIS Suffering from sinusitis can cause a lot of discomfort in day to day life. There’s difficulty in breathing because of mucus buildup and swelling in nasal region, resulting in blocked nose. Also, this build up affects the whole face, the head feels heavy, swelling and redness in eyes area, blocked ears. Yoga brings a …

Yoga cures for Varicose veins

Yoga Practice September 28, 2017

Varicose veins can be cured with yoga asanas and pranayama. It is a condition in which the veins get enlarged and twisted and are visible just under the surface of the skin. Severe long standing varicose veins can lead to leg swelling. This ailment often affect the legs because they are the farthest from the …

CATEGORIES

POPULAR POSTS

Responsive image
x

Indiranagar

x
x

Enquiry






Studio - enquiry x