Yoga doesn’t discriminate. It is for anyone and everyone irrespective of age, body type, flexibility, gender, etc. While it doesn’t discriminate, there are poses perfect for beginners, veterans, seniors, pregnant moms, and so on. So, before you start practicing any yoga poses, make sure you… Read More »Perfect Yoga Poses for Plus-sized Women
Exercise is a gift you can give yourself during the pregnancy period. In line with this, one of the best to practice is yoga. The childbearing process is the start of a mother and her child’s bond. A mother’s first expression of love is the… Read More »5 Best Prenatal Yoga Poses
Three easy yoga poses for digestion, including easy descriptions that beginners can follow.
Yoga postures strengthen the back or build up bone in a weakened spine. Those with arthritis, osteoporosis, or herniated discs may consider these exercises.
Keeping undue pressure off your lower back can come from unexpected places. How to avoid lower back pain and injury for yogis (and everyone else).
In common poses from twists to back-bends and shoulder-stands, yogis ask a lot of their upper backs. What you need to know about maintaining safety on the mat.
Bharadvajasana strengthens your hip and lower back. It also massages your abdominal organs which function better and secrete better. Your shoulders & spine also benefit.
Pronunciation: pra-SA-rita pa-dot-ANAS-ana Translation: ‘Prasarita’ means to spread apart. ‘Pada’ means a foot. ‘Ot’ means intensity while ‘tan’ means to stretch. So the legs are spread widely with an intense stretch. Prasarita Padottanasana means Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend. This pose is a standing forward bend and also… Read More »Prasarita Padottanasana Pose
A lean and strong stomach is more than sexy, it’s a sign of a healthy internal system and also the key to good posture and proper spinal alignment.
Dandasana is the proper but not the most comfortable of all sitting poses. It nourishes your spine & builds your body’s resistance against hip & back related ailments.