Yoga in Rishikesh

Anulom Vilom Pranayama Steps and Benefits

Anulom Vilom Pranayama method and benefits ‘Pranayama’ is a Sanskrit word derived from the ‘prana’ means breath and ‘Ayam’ means ‘take and drop’. This whole word means to breathe and leave. Breathing and exhaling through the nose is not the only pranayama but it is the source of controlling prana or life force. Pranayama is

Shunya, Agni, Varun Mudra Steps and Benefits

Shunya Mudra method and benefits Shunya means sky. Our middle finger belongs to the sky. By doing this yoga pose, there is balance in the elements of our body. Shunya Mudra posture enhances our hearing. Performing this mudra gives immense peace and relaxation to the mind. This mudra is also known as ‘Mudra for Heaven’.

Method and benefits of performing Bhramari Pranayama

Bhramari Pranayama is named after a bee named Bhramari because, in this pranayama, the sound of exhaling sounds as if it is the sound of a bee. This pranayama is very capable of calming a person’s mind. By practising Bhramari Pranayama, you will definitely get relief from anger, anxiety and disappointment. You can do this

Kapalbhati Pranayam steps and benefits

Kapalabhati is not a proper pranayama technique but is one of the six kriyas (sat kriya) that are contemplated in the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Kriyas are techniques for cleansing and purifying the body. In this case, it is a technique of cleaning the airways. Master Desikachar used to call her fast detox or fast detox.

Learn the best qualities of a Parsley that looks like coriander

Learn the best qualities of a Parsley that looks like coriander Parsley, which looks like coriander, is an exotic herb, which is being used to some extent in Indian kitchens. Parsley is used to enhancing the taste of Middle Eastern, European, and American cuisine. Parsley is very beneficial for health as it contains many vitamins

Ashtanga Yoga : Everything You Want To Know Covered

Ashtanga Yoga Ashtanga Yoga (pronounced ashtanga) can be translated as "eight steps to inner freedom." One of the eight steps in Ashtanga Yoga is to practice positions (asanas), the ones we usually associate with yoga. Ashtanga Yoga is a whole philosophy with practical application for living in inner and outer health and a path to

Method and benefits of doing Bakasan yoga or Crow Pose

Method and benefits of doing Bakasan yoga or Crow Pose     Bakasan yoga or crow asana is an asana that is considered the Asian symbol of prosperity and youthfulness. People of China consider this asana as a symbol of longevity. This asana is equally beneficial for both men and women, but it plays an

Complete information about Dhanurasan or Bow Pose

Check Complete information about Dhanurasan or The Bow Pose   When performing Dhanurasana, the body is visible like a "bow" shape. Hence this posture is called Dhanurasana. This asana is very beneficial for the waist and spinal cord. Performing Dhanurasana exercises the muscles of the entire body from neck to back and lower back. If

Nature of Hatha Yoga Described

Description of the nature of Hatha Yoga   With regular practice of Hatha Yoga, you can get your lost health and mental peace. By revealing the secret powers of the soul, you can increase your willpower and can achieve success in all spheres of life and occupy the peak of self-realization. Book TTC: Yoga Teacher

Amazing Benefits of Bhringraj with Uses and Side effects

Bhringraj is a beneficial medicinal plant which is used to treat many types of diseases occurring inside or outside the body. Ayurveda physicians often recommend the use of beetroot to the patient for many stomach ailments, including hair fall, hair growth, liver, kidney, to prevent hair fall. Read More: YTT India   In India, Bhringraj

Hatha Yoga | What is Hatha Yoga?

What is Hatha Yoga? Hatha Yoga is the oldest system in the world for physical and mental development which has been practised by yogis of India for centuries. It is a unique method of psychological exercises. The postures of Hatha Yoga are propounded with mental tranquillity, physical balance, and divine influence. Book: Yoga Teacher Training