If a person were to desire a single exercise that would meet all the requirements of health, then that would be the Sun-salutation or sūryanamaskāra
Padmasana is the most important of all meditation poses. The reason is that it balances the left and right sides of the body, allowing a stable pose.
Yoga therapy is a simple way of harnessing natures healing powers to increase physical and psychological health, and to remain in psychosomatic balance.
Yoga Therapy is simple and can integrate into any lifestyle. It requires no investment, a mat and normal clothes will do. All it needs is willingness to change.
Bandhana is the principle that whenever we transact with any object, it will result in a bond & relationship between us and the object we are transacting with.
Whenever we are in any situation, our behaviour and outcome is determined by how we view ourselves. This is called Self-Awareness or asmita.
Māya means illusion or farce. The concept gets its drive from the logic that everything that we see or experience in the world is temporary, hence illusionary.
School of Yoga explains shad-darśana and brahma-sūtra Shad-darśana are part of the āsthika (orthodox philosophy), or orthodox school of philosophical tradition which accepts the Vedas as the […]
Guṇa, also known as attributes, is the driver of our attitude in any situation. Our guṇa determines how we address and manage change.
A healthy heart is critical for pumping oxygenated blood to various parts of the body and taking waste to the various organs for disposal.
Bhujangasana or cobra pose is an important pose for rejuvenation of the lower back, neck and hips. It also strengthens the shoulders and arms.
Shalabasana or locust pose is where the yogī uses his or her abdominal muscles to raise the legs backwards and increase the strength of the back and abdomen.