Pada Hastasana posture and benefits

In the Sanskrit language pada means ‘foot’ and hasta refers to the ‘hand’. Therefore padahasta asana means the ‘hand to foot pose’. The Hands to Feet Pose or Pada Hastasana gives many benefits – trimming the waist, restoring elasticity to the spine, and stretching the ligaments … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

Alzheimer’s disease ayurvedic treatment

Germany doctor Alzheimer identified this disease first in 1906 and later it was named after him. He noticed ‘amyloid plaques’ which appeared like carbohydrates in a woman’s brain, which disturb the communication system in brain. Symptoms and effects of Alzheimer’s disease : People effected by this … Read more

Mukula Mudra and Benefits

Human body is composed of 5 elements (earth, fire, water, air and sky) and seven chakras inside body. If one of them are imbalance, they cause diseases to body. So, if you want to safeguard yourself from diseases that come through toxics in our food and … Read more

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