This posture is very famous for removing gas from the back and feet. That is why this posture is counted among the essential postures. If Sheersha Asana (The Headstand) has been said to be the King of all Yoga postures, then this posture i.e. the Forward Bend is said to be the Prime Minister. This […]
Yoga Asanas and Postures
Asanas are the third part of Yoga. Through yoga asanas, we get control over our body, thereby making it disease-free and of stable health. Therefore, we must practice asanas bodily and mentally till we are able to get highest quality of power. Yoga literature describes a number of asanas and pranayams (postures and breathing exercises), by doing which the stamina of body and mind increases.
The body gets cleansed by following Yoga Rituals* (Shatkarma). Asanas make the body strong, Mudras* (Yoga Symbols) make the body stable, Balanced Diet* (Pratyahar) results in patience, Breathing Exercises* (Pranayamas) make the body light, Dhyana*(meditation) results in mental control. Control over the mind is the way to achieve nirvana.
Diabetes is brought on when your platelets don’t react to insulin produced in the body. When you take after a general activity regimen, your body begins reacting to insulin, diminishing your blood glucose. Exercise likewise enhances blood dissemination in your body, especially in the arms and legs, where diabetic patients most generally experience issues. It […]
This posture is a preliminary to the Posture of the Forward Bend (Paschimottana Asana) which has been described elsewhere and has special importance in the practice of the Hatha Yoga. This posture brings the youthfulness and flexibility to all the nerves and muscles of the body. This relieves the tension of the spinal column. It […]
If you are looking for yoga asanas who are good for the bones of your body then Tittibhasana is a perfect one. Through this yoga asana you can stretch your whole body. How to do Tittibhasana Sit on the ground. Raise your legs and Putting all the weight on your hands only, lift your entire […]
In this yoga posture, the body takes the shape of the cock. That is why this posture is called Kukkuta Asana or Kukkutasana i.e. the Posture of the Cock. How To Do Kukkutasana Sit in Padma Asana (described elsewhere) and slip your hands between your hands between your calves (loose flesh behind your legs) and forelegs […]
Akarna Dhanurasana yoga pose is similar to bow. When the bow’s string is pulled to shoot an arrow, then it acts as a spring due to the elastic action. In this posture, the shape of the body is made like a shooting bow. The elasticity of the muscles also works in the same manner as […]
In this posture, the shape of the body becomes like the face of a cow. That is why this posture is called Go Mukha Asana i.e. the Posture of the Cow. This is a posture unique in its own way and is beneficial in many ways just like a cow is beneficial to the mankind. […]
Vakra Dhyana Asana is yoga posture which is very beneficial for strong muscles. In this position, the shape of the body is like that of the crane (a bird with the crooked neck generally found near water bodies). That is why this yoga posture has been named the Posture of the Crane. How to do […]
In this posture, the spine is twisted to one side. This Posture, which is preliminary to the Semi-Spinal Twist Postures (Ardha Matseyendra Asana) prepares the practitioners for the Spinal Twist Posture, which has been described later. How to do Vakra Asana Sit on the ground with your legs extended in front of you. Bend the […]
This posture has been named after Yogi Matseyendra Natha who was the teacher of Gorakh Nath. He used to sit in this posture for most of the time. The teaching of this posture was given for the first time by Masteyendra Natha to the pupil of Hatha Yoga. The Posture of the Spinal Twist (Matseyendra […]