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  1. Heal the Heel with Yoga!

    Curabitur non nulla sit amet nisl tempus Get Head over Heels! PLANTAR FACIITIS: Plantar Fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain, is the inflammation and tearing of the fascia, a ligament on the bottom of the foot. It is classically known as caus ...
  2. Grow your height with Yoga

    There is a saying, "I'm not small! It's the world that's too big!" Many of us have spent our childhood hanging on the monkey bars or cycling for long hours just to stand shoulder to shoulder with our father but have failed to do ...
  3. Why School Children Should Do Surya Namaskar

    Do you know who the best yoga teacher in town is? No? Take a look at children and you’ll be surprised to find how well they can do those postures that you struggle with on the yoga mat. From an infant to a toddler to a second-grader, children do yoga al ...
  4. Makara Adho Mukha Svanasana (Dolphin Plank pose)

    Padma = Lotus, asana = posture or pose Pronounced: MA-curr-AA-doh-MOO-kah-shvah-NAS-anna Makara Adho Mukha Svanasana is an intermediate level rejuvenating yoga posture that helps tones the abdominal muscles. It is a variation of the Dolphin Pose.   How ...
  5. Run better with yoga

    "No pain, no gain!" Seven –time Mr. Olympia Arnold Schwarzenegger said this phrase sometime during his career which went on to become the workout attitude defining statement of our times. It is crisp and apt, just the way a phrase should be. B ...
  6. Get the Winning Edge with Athletic Yoga

    I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeeded."- ...
  7. 5 Signs of a Disturbed Mind

    Which one are you? 5 signs which indicate you are on the path "Dukha dourmanasyangamejayatva shwasaprashwasa vikshepasahabhuvaha'' dukha = sorrow; dourmansya = bitterness; angamejayatva = body not listening to you; shwasa = inspiration; p ...
  8. Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana (One-legged Pigeon pose)

    Eka = One, Pada= foot, Raja = King, Kapot = Pigeon, Asana = pose Pronounced: Ache-aa-Pahd-uh-Rah-jah-Capote-aas-un-uh Eka Pada Raja Kapotasana is a yoga posture suitable for intermediate level yoga practitioners. It is known to improve flexibility of th ...
  9. 10 food habits, the yoga way!

    Weight Loss is all about 20% working out & 80% of your food habits. Weight Loss is all about 20% working out & 80% of your food habits. Kartik, 30, is a software engineer by profession and a photographer by hobby. His average week comprises of a ...
  10. Pull-ups for Women made easy with Yoga

    Pull-up is an upper-body enhancing workout that helps strengthen the forearms, hands and shoulders. It also effects muscles in the trunk and abdominal region and is one of the most popular free-hand exercises among fitness enthusiasts. Pull-ups are abso ...
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