Blog posts : "YOGA"

Asanas in Yoga to reduce Menstrual Pain

Pasasana (Noose Pose)Menstrual Periods bring pain, fatigue, irritabililty, and discomfort.
However, there are few aasanas in Yoga to reduce menstrual pain and Premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

Paasasana (Noose Pose)

Paasasana (Noose Pose) is known by that name because…

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Ardha Matsyendrasana Benefits and Precautions

Ardha MatsyendrasanaArdha Matsyendrasana (Sanskrit: अर्धमत्स्येन्द्रासन), Half Lord of the Fishes Pose, Half Spinal Twist Pose or Vakrasana is an aasana that usually appears as a seated spinal twist with many variations, and is one …

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Yoga after Pregnancy to reduce Tummy and for Weight Loss

Vyaghrasana (Tiger Pose) in YogaGiving birth to a child is the most memorable moment in a woman’s life.
But, most mothers spend all their time in taking care of the baby and neglect their own health.

The most neglected part is their tummy, which was stretched during 9 months of …

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Gomukhasana or Cow Face Pose for strengthening Knees, Back & Neck

Gomukhasana or Cow Face PoseGomukhasana or Cow Face Pose is a Yogasana whose ultimate position of legs looks like the face of a cow.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words Go (गो, Go) meaning “cow“, Mukha (मुख, mukha) meaning “head” or “mouth“.

The word G…

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Supta Vajrasana (Reclined Thunderbolt Pose), procedure and benefits

Supta Vajrasana

In Sanskrit, supta (सुप्त) means ‘reclined‘, Vajra means ‘thunderbolt‘ and asana means ‘posture’. This is mainly useful in improving the digestive system and boosting our stamina.

Although there are 14 variations in th…

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Yogasanas to increase Height Naturally, Grow Taller

The focus of these asanas is to create flexibility while controlling your breath. This flexibility and control will help you gain height on many levels.
However, these methods will work only if your age allows you to grow naturally. After certain age…

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Stomach Rubbing Exercise for Flat Abdomen

Stomach is the center of energy. Massaging the stomach in the manner described above therefore accomplishes more than just melting away adipose tissue (fat).
This 2 minute stomach rubbing exercise will speed up sluggish digestive system (which usuall…

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Jala Neti Kriya Benefits

Jala Neti Kriya in YogaJala Neti kriya (nasal cleaning) is a cleansing practice of the sinus passages with warm saline water.
Yogis have practiced it for centuries for its innumerable and powerful benefits.
It is also called Neti or Saline Nasal Irrigation.

In yoga, it ha…

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Matsyasana (Fish Pose) and Health Benefits

Matsyasana (fish pose)The Matsyasana (Fish Pose), is the counterpose to the Shoulder Stand (sarvangasana) and must always be practiced after it.
The asana is a backbend, where the practitioner lies on his or her back and lifts the heart (anahata) chakra by rising up on th…

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Halasana (Plough Pose) Benefits

The Plough or Halasana completes the movement of Shoulderstand, bringing the feet and hands down to the floor to mould the body into the shape of a primitive plough.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words hala (हला) meaning “plow” and asana (आसन) mea…

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Kakasana (Crow Pose) Benefits

Kakasana (crow pose in yoga)Kakasana, the crow pose got its name because in this posture, the posture of a cawing crow – with the body’s weight supported on the elbows and hands and the head thrust well forward.
One of the most valuable balancing poses, the Crow or Kakasana…

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Balayam yoga, natural way to regrow lost hair

Balayam Yoga or Prasanna MudraHairloss in men can be caused by male pattern baldness (hereditary), DHT(Dihydrotestosterone) hormone release, smoking, alchohol, lack of proper nutition etc.
Balayam is a natural yoga method which can cure almost all hair related issues like prematu…

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Asanas for Balancing Hormones in Body ( by Bandhas )

bandhas or neuro muscular locksBandhas or neuro-muscular locks are like vitamins in a human diet. They control the hormonal levels in a body by applying pressure on the glands.
Balancing the hormones has an immediate effect on the skin of a person. Practise these bandhas with all …

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Yoga for Dark Cirles and Pimples

Yoga helps one maintain a fit body as well as a beautiful look.


Yoga helps one maintain a fit body as well as a beautiful look. From sparkling eyes to good hair to a glowing skin, yoga benefits the inner health as well as the outward app…

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Massaging Pressure Points in Palm and underfeet to revitalize organs

In our body all vital organs in body are connected to pressure points in their palms and underfeet.
Just applying suitable pressure on them will give you relief from all related problems.

Massage points in PALM :
palm pressure points for massage

If you take a cold shower or go ou…

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Tratak Karma enhances eye sight and concentration

Tratak is one of the important karmas prescribed in Ayurveda. In Tratak karma a minute point of target is seen continuously and with concentration till there are tears in the eyes.
There are three categories of Tratak Karma:-

(a) Inner (b) External…

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Asanas for curing premature greying and hairfall


Stress is the leading cause of all hair problems.
Will discus about using asanas, breathing techniques and bandhas to address the problem of stress.
Will also show you a few asanas that increase blood circulation to the head, which, in…

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Trikonasana (triangle pose) benefits

Trikonasana (triangle pose) augments the movement of the Half Spinal Twist and gives an excellent lateral stretch to the spine, toning the spinal nerves and helping the proper functioning of the digestive system.
The body becomes lighter and other as…

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Intution – knowingness that comes without explanation

A clear and direct knowing from within, also referred to as a hunch, a gut feeling, a gut response, and even luck. Intuition is a knowingness that comes without explanation as to how or why. It is a right brain function involving extra sensory percep…

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Pada Hastasana posture and benefits

In the Sanskrit language pada means ‘foot’ and hasta refers to the ‘hand’. Therefore padahasta asana means the ‘hand to foot pose’.
The Hands to Feet Pose or Pada Hastasana gives many benefits – trimming the waist, restoring elasticity to…

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