Category: Yoga Challenge

Many who talk vs Few who do

Yoga Practice February 14, 2018

Post indepenedence, every citizen is entitled to education. And 70 years later, we are still struggling with education in India. We have conventions, debates, campaigns and Fullstop. All talk, but no show. So many people talking and only a few doing.. The Vidya story Mrs. Rashmi Misra, founder and chairperson of Vidya foundation. She started …

The truth behind 21 day challenges

Yoga Practice January 7, 2018

Back to the Beginning Maxwell Maltz was a plastic surgeon in the 1950s when he began noticing a strange pattern among his patients. It tooks his patients “a minimum of 21 days” to  adjust to a new situation.  Ofcourse it can take more time too! But, lets start somewhere. The time frame is short enough to …

Know your asana: Vashisthasana

Yoga Practice December 12, 2017

A more challenging variation of Ek Hath Santolanasana is Vashisthasana.  The sanskrit word “Vasistha”  means “most excellent, best, richest.” Vasistha is the name of several well-known sages in the yoga tradition. What is so special about Vashisthasana? This asana is challenging, but it works on the whole body. Besides, it improves the strength and flexibility simultaneously. Chakra-wise …

Nadi and Chakra system

Yoga Practice December 10, 2017

According to Yogic Physiology human body consists of Nadi, Granthi, Chakra and different types of Vyana. Let’s understand the Nadis and Chakras:- Nadis According to vedic scriptures there 72,000 nadis in human body. The network of nadis help Prana flow in body. For a healthy body and mind it is very important that prana flows …

Know your Asana: Kati Naukasana

Yoga Practice November 30, 2017

Core training does two really important things — it helps you look thinner and it supports your spine and helps with things like balance. The core is actually made up of three sheaths of muscles: The upper abs, the side muscles, which are called the obliques, and then this very deep layer of muscle. Those …

Know your asana: NAUKASANA

Yoga Practice July 26, 2017

Naukasana is one of the most challenging postures on day 1 or year 10 of your practice. Naukasana or the boat posture along with its variations has made it’s way into Pilates and the Gym. Moreover, want to check your fitness level, hold the posture for 60 seconds and you’ll know where you stand. 🙂 …

Yomaste Sikkim & Darjeeling! Yoga Travel

Yoga Practice July 3, 2016

Embark on an Adventure in the mythical, magical, mystical…Himalayas! The Himalayas have always been a whole lot more than just another Mountain range. Breathtaking beauty aside; they have since the beginning of Time been the abode of the great Sages, Gods and Yogis. Indian mythology tells stories of epic Himalayan journeys of searching and of austerities performed here. And even today, …

The 21-Day Headstand Challenge!

Yoga Practice June 30, 2016

SIRSASANA is the most iconic and admired Yoga Asana and for thousands of years Yogis have been identified with standing on their Heads! The Headstand conjures up ideas of Mastery over the Body, overcoming Fears in the Mind and an immersion into the Meditative arts. Why Sirsasana? 5 Benefits of the ‘King of Asanas!’ By inverting …

5 things we learnt about Yoga in the Himalayas!

Yoga Practice December 1, 2015

Every Yoga practitioner in every little studio across the world wishes to one day practise Yoga high up in the Himalayan mountains – the birthplace and eternal spiritual home of YOGA! And this is not just conjuncture, it’s what I’ve heard yoga students tell me over my dozen-year career as a yoga teacher in India and abroad. …



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