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  1. Backbend for a Stronger Back

    Backbends are one of the most difficult asanas for the body to perform, as they require great flexibility and balance. Contrary to popular belief, backbend stretching is neither stressful nor dangerous, but is highly beneficial to the body as well as the ...
  2. Yoga for Gamers

    All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy – this is a phrase we all have heard growing up. While the essence of this phrase was to emphasize on having a fine balance between working and enjoying your life, some might feel otherwise. For a select few, pla ...
  3. Cupid’s Struck my Yoga Mat!!

    Vriksana or the Double tree pose Pranayam Harmony Paschimotanasana Valentine’s Day is back! For some it’s a pressure test, for others it’s about butterflies, for a few it’s about expressions and the rest just flow with the feeling! We are breaking the mon ...
  4. Facial Yoga for a Smiling You

    A smiling face lightens the mood and puts everyone at ease. A popular study reveals that a baby smiles 400 times a day while an adult smiles barely 8 times. It’s a no-brainer that stress is one of the primary reasons for adults to lose their natural self ...
  5. Rejuvenate your Digestive System with Yoga

    In Ayurveda, a healthy digestive system is referred to as the mainstream of our well-being. The root cause of most of the diseases is inefficient digestion. The metabolic energy of digestion called ‘agni’ helps in eliminating the body wastes and toxins. I ...
  6. Surya Namaskar & it's Benefits

    Without Sun, there will be no life on Earth. Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation is a gesture of gratitude to the Sun – which is the reason of all life force on our planet. Surya Namaskar is a set of 12 fixed cyclic movements (asanas), which bring body, brea ...
  7. Yoga for Stronger Arms and Hands

    Can you imagine a day with your hands tied? Right from brushing our teeth to cooking, from opening doors to typing on a computer, we use hands for almost every action. We use your hands so much that there’s a risk of getting repetitive stress injury, due ...
  8. Get Focus with Yoga

    Wavering focus is one of the major causes for low productivity at work place or low grades at school and college. It is this same attribute that students, professionals, entrepreneurs and home-makers alike have been trying to achieve to uplift the quality ...
  9. Goal better with Yoga!

    What does Yoga have to do with Football? This rather rugged game of football is associated more with the likes of Beckham or Messi or Ronaldo, huffing and puffing during rigid and tough fitness routines on the ground; rather than them stretching their ham ...
  10. Snatch Yourself from the Jaws of Pain

    Here is some news that might surprise you: pain in a particular area or part of the body may not always be due to a physical cause. It could be due to tension, more specifically, it depends on where in your body you “metabolize” that tension – back, shoul ...
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