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Salabhasana (The Locust) posture and benefits
Salabhasana or Shalabhasana (Sanskrit: शलभासन) or Locust Pose or Grasshopper Pose is an asana. Its name is derived from Sanskrit word salaba, means locust. It is a form of back bend, or spine stretch, using the strength of the upper and middle back to lift the…

Dhanurasana (Bow Pose) Benefits
Dhanurasana (Sanskrit: धनुरासन; IAST: Dhanurāsana), Bow Pose, or sometimes Urdva Chakrasana (Upward Wheel Pose), is an asana in yoga. The name comes from the Sanskrit words Dhanura (धनुर, Dhanura) meaning “bow”, and Asana (आसन, Āsana) meaning “posture” or “seat”. The Bow or Dhanurasana raises both halves…

Sukhasana (Easy Pose) posture and benefits
After relaxing in the Corpse Pose for few minutes, come up and sit in the Easy Pose, Sukhasana, for pranayama and the neck, shoulder and eye exercises. This asana is one of the classic meditative poses, which help to straighten the spine, slow the metabolism and…

Savasana (Corpse Pose) benefits
The Corpse Pose or Savasana is the classic relaxation pose, practiced before each session, between asanas and in Final Relaxation. It looks deceptively simple, but it is in fact one of the most difficult asanas to do well and one, which changes and develops with practice.…

Mudras to cure Eye problems
In modern world, excessive exposure of eyes to computers, television, pollution will cause heavy stress and strain for them. Weak eye sight, frequent headaches, burning sensation in eyes, eyelid hairloss etc problems can be cured by simple mudras. Dry eyes, excess tears, pus in eyes can…

Vajrasana (Thunderbolt pose) Benefits
Vajrasana or Thunderbolt pose/Diamond pose in yoga is considered as best sitting posture for practicing breathing exercises and meditation. The term Vajrasana is derived from two Sanskrit words Vajra means thunderbolt and Asana means pose. Islamic religion suggests this pose for offering prayers(namaz). After regular practice…

Sirshasana – Headstand pose and benefits
Sirshasana or Headstand pose in yoga is considered as king of all asanas. Sirsha in sanskrit means head and this posture of balancing entire body on head is beneficial for both body and mind. The greatest physical benefits of the sirshasana are to the neck, spine…

Shashankasana (Rabbit Pose) for Anger Management
Shashanka in sanskrit means “The Rabbit”. This Asana is done with a posture similar to how a rabbit sits and it help in anger management for people in all ages. Shashankasana, method : First sit in Vajrasana with both hands folded behind your waist. Now catch…