Pancha Tatva: 5 best elements of Body Balance Yoga
Pancha Tatva In the scriptures of ancient history and civilizations, the phrase Pancha Tatva is frequently referenced. Our phrase alludes to the "five elements" that make up both this cosmos and our bodies. Hindu mythology holds that these five fundamental elements are what make up a human body and that after death, the body is turned back into these elements and...
In the Sattva-Guna of several Hindu philosophical schools, in the yoga system, the idea of Svabhava (behavior) is used to explain a person's personality. It is said that our actions are a fundamental quality of the soul because they determine all our karma. This makes them the basis of our dharma (moral duties). This type of behavior is known...
Yoga Sutras of Patanjali: The First 4 chapters of YSP
If you’re seeking to learn the real essence of yoga, then apart from yoga asana, Pranayama & other practices, “Yoga Sutras of Patanjali (YSP)” is one master key you must know about. To put it another way, the Yoga Sutra Project (YSP) is a collection of all the information, techniques, instructions, and challenges encountered along the way to becoming a yoga practitioner. But isn't it amazing...
Pratyahara: Meaning and benefits
Pratyahara is a meditation warm-up exercise where one learns to master their sense organs. According to yoga, there are 11 sense organs in the human body according to yoga; five of them are the Pancha Karmendriyas, five are the Pancha Jnanendriyas, and one is the manas. As one of the 11 sense organs, the mind (or manas in yoga), meditation...
Matsyasana is the best performance of the fish pose
The "Fish Pose" is a basic back-to-back bend. Your entire upper body is stretched out in this asana, which also makes it more flexible. It helps to improve your entire body posture. The following muscles are the primary emphasis of this pose. Lower and middle back Core (abs) and hips Chest Neck and shoulders Sanskrit Pronunciation mat-see-AHS-ah-nah, (Matsyāsana) मत्स्यासन Meaning Matsya - fish Asana - Pose Pose Type Sitting, reclining,...
Halasana (plow pose): instructions, benefits and cautions
The fourth pose, known as Plow Pose or Halasana, gets its name from the position your body takes. It has the appearance of a plow, a common farming implement used in Indian agriculture. In addition, the word Hal, as its name suggests, is Sanskrit meaning plow. The Plow Pose is a moderate inversion and stretching posture for intermediate practitioners. It...
Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand): Procedures, Advantages, and Risks
One of the opening stances in the series of inverted poses is Sarvangasana. You will have a sense of mental and physical calm after doing it. Let's examine what the inversion action of Sarvangasana means and how it functions in order to appreciate its beauty and all of its advantages. Meaning Sarvangasana is also known as Salamba Sarvangasana in Sanskrit. Salamba Sarvangasana is...
Bridge Pose (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana): The Best advantages
The inverted backbend pose known as the "bridge pose" primarily stretches the neck, chest, and spine. In Vinyasa sequences, it is frequently employed. This yoga pose gets the body ready for more challenging backbends. This pose improves posture and relaxes the body's muscles in addition to increasing flexibility and strength. It aids in increasing the body's energy. Like many other yoga...
Paschimottanasana benefits of working in Yoga
Paschimottanasana will help our backs become more flexible and without pain and without tension when we work at the table or spend a lot of time sitting. In addition, the lack of physical exercise makes the body more rigid and limits its mobility. It's time to incorporate yoga into your daily practice if your back feels stiff and unyielding. The huge...
Baddha Konasana her steps advantages (poses with a limited angle )
A common seated meditation pose is called Baddha Konasana. It's one of the best hip-opening postures for releasing energy blockages in the lower body. Sanskrit Baddha Konasana Pronunciation BAH-dah-cone-AHS-ana Common Bound Angle Pose, Bhadrasana, Cobbler Pose, Butterfly Pose, Throne Pose Type Seated Level Beginner Stretches Knee, Inner Thigh, Quadriceps, Groin, Hips, Lower Back, Ankles Strengthens Core, Pelvic floor, Psocas muscles, Spine, Shoulders   In some texts, you’ll find this pose under the name of ‘Bhadrasana...
Kechari Mudra – The Best Language Lock
The Kechari Mudra is regarded as the supreme mudra. The Sanskrit words "Kha" and "Chara" both denote Brahman or the Supreme Reality. Kechari Mudra facilitates movement within the endless happiness of Brahman consciousness for the practitioner. The sophisticated technique of Кechari enables the yogi to achieve greater realms of consciousness. Perhaps you have heard, of yogis drinking nectar from inside...

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