How Often Should You Practice Yoga? This question is asked quite a lot by newbie yogis and although ideally it should be practiced everyday this is often not realistic for many. How often one should practice Yoga also depends on many other factors, which will differ from one Yoga practitioner to the next.
Sasangasana - Rabbit Pose Relieves tension in the back, shoulders and chest Recommended if you have dizziness or fatigue Helps relieve stress and anxiety (cords) of the internal organs of the body and keeps it flexible It lengthens and stretches the spine and neck pain Relieves lower back pain, Gently stretches the hips, thighs and ankles Normalizes blood circulation throughout the body Stretches the muscles, tendons and ligaments in the knee Calms the mind Yoga…
The Chaturanga is a beginner yoga asana part of the Sun Salutation sequences. It works your upper body and abdominals by placing your body weight in your hands and feet. This move is an important preparatory pose for doing handstands. English Name: Four Limbed Staff Pose Sanskrit Name: Chaturanga Dandasana Step by Step Guide-Method 1 Preparation Lie…Continue Reading →
Otherwise known as “Bound Angle Pose” this yoga posture is also well-known as the “Cobbler Pose” because it is the sitting position of Indian cobblers. Butterfly Pose is Sanskrit is composed of baddha (bound), kona (angle or split) and asana (posture). English Name: Butterfly Pose Sanskrit Name: Baddha Konasana Step by Step Guide Preparation…Continue Reading →
"Whenever we find stiffness in the body, our mind should be especially supple. It is never the stiffness in our bodies that limits our practice, it is always the stiffness of our mind." ~Geeta Iyengar, "Yoga, a Gem for Women"