Yoga

Dhanurasana

Dhanurasana   The word dhanu in Sanskrit means bow. The body resembles like a bow in this asana. Lie down on ground with face downward. Bend your legs and grasp your ankles with your hands keeping all five fingers of your each hand on inner side of legs. Bend your neck backwards and look at the...

Matsyendrasana

Matsyendrasana     Steps ™Sit on the floor with both the legs stretched out in front, of hold the left leg a the knee and bring the knee near the chest. Keeping the right leg on the floor, fold it at the knee. With the help of the hands, draw the right heel along the floor towards the perineum...

Rules and Techniques Of Yoga

™Following rules are mentioned about Yogasanas to get maxi­mum benefit:   Yogasanas should be done in the morning. It is preferable to practice them after bathing because bathing makes the body light and fresh, thereby increasing its elasticity. It should be done on empty stomach. The place of asanas must be clean and peaceful. A good smooth...

Sarvangasana

Sarvangasana   This is the exercise for whole body means sarvangasana Lie comfortably on your back. Arms straight and by the side of your body. lift your legs keeping them close to each other and straight in the knees until you reach ninety degrees. Continue lifting your back giving support from behind with the help of...

Suptavajrasana

Suptavajrasana   Steps   First sit in Vajrasana, stand up your knees and set your feet apart. The feet will again in lying position. Place your hand on front of your feet. Bend backward and let your elbows rest on ground one by one. Hang your neck back- Ward. Stretch your hands backward while inhaling. Remove gap...

Why Yoga ? How Important It is ?

Why Yoga
Yoga is the science which deals with gaining intellectual balance in happiness and misery and gaining theability to think and act.   A Brief History About Yoga History always helps to understand the subject more accurately. Here also it is helpful to consider the social, religious, mechanical and spiritual status of that time, when yoga originated. In Patanjalis, yoga...

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