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Category: Yoga as a cross trainer

Know your asana: Utkatasana

Yoga Practice February 13, 2018

Utkatasana or the Chair pose improves your posture and endurance. Even after practicing it for a year, you will moan in agaony! If you commit to a steady practice, you will gain stamina in this pose after a few months. When you take a break from your practice, it might feel as if all of your …

Is it Safe to practice yoga during Pregnancy

Yoga Practice February 12, 2018

Yoga during Pregnancy? Yes. Yes and a big Yes! Yoga can be very beneficial during pregnancy, as long as you take certain precautions. Besides, for every trimester, there is a different routine. Points to Remember 1. Practice basic poses with a few modifications: Build strength and encourage flexibility with familiar poses. Use props to provide balance …

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 …

Know your asana: Ek Padh Uttanasana (side)

Yoga Practice February 3, 2018

Ek Padh Uttanasana (side) is a standing balance posture.  This is a great hip-opening asana. This is one of the most challenging, standing-balance-pose. As the hips and hamstrings need to be flexible and strong. What is so special about Ek Padh Uttanasana (side) ? This asana lengthens and strengthens the thigh muscles. Besides, helps in increasing …

10 best asana for Runners

Yoga Practice February 2, 2018

For the love of Running I love to run and I try to run most days. The winters in England can be pretty grim, but I know that sunshine is just around the corner when I’ve got my running shoes on. We all need that sunshine in our lives and we need to know how …

Know your asana: Ek Padh Uttanasana (front)

Yoga Practice January 27, 2018

Ek Padh Uttanasana (front) is a standing balance posture. It is great for anyone with tight hamstrings (like runners). This is also called the “Extended-hand-to toes-pose.” What is so special about Ek Padh Uttanasana (front) ? This asana lengthens and strengthens the thigh muscles. Besides, this pose challenges and improves your sense of balance. Thereby improving …

Yoga for Swimmers

Yoga Practice January 11, 2018

Sync Yoga and Swimmimg Yoga offers flexibility. It improves the range of motion and helps build muscle strength. The breath awareness from yoga will translate well into swimming. Since the movements are synchronized with breath. Yoga can ease and counterbalance the swimming practice. The focus of a yoga practice for swimmers is on strengthening the …

Why everyone love Yoga as a Cross-trainer

Yoga Practice December 22, 2017

We always hear why and how yoga is  an amazing cross trainer for a multitude of different athletic endeavors. Yoga can increase stamina, flexibility, and agility. It can improve your swing, shorten recovery time in between workouts, reduce risk of injury—the list goes on. But, tell a runner, swimmer or gym enthusiast to practice yoga. …

Why Yoga for Dancers

Yoga Practice November 20, 2017

I always thought that flexibility and grace were enough for a dancer. But, with time I realised strength, agility and isolation is a necessity too. As, the movements need to be clean, the spins should be consistent, so on and so forth. Besides, dancers are prone to injuries too! Especially, when we think that we …

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