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Parsvottanasana (Pyramid Pose)

Parsvottanasana (Pyramid Pose)

Submitted by • September 8, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - Parsva means side and Uttana means intense. The direct translation is intense lateral stretching posture. Pyramids are strong, durable and solid. Climbing the steps of a pyramid can be an allegory for the journey to enlightenment. Pyramids can also symbolize the ...

7 Yoga Poses For Improving Blood Circulation

7 Yoga Poses For Improving Blood Circulation

Submitted by • August 31, 2017

arogyayogaschool.com - Yoga Pose for improving blood circulation: One of the most important functions in the body is the circulation of blood. This supplies blood, oxygen and nutrients to the brain and other organs. Good circulation promotes healthy skin, cell growth, energy ...

What Are The Mental Benefits Of Yoga

What Are The Mental Benefits Of Yoga

Submitted by • August 26, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - The best thing about yoga is that anybody, of any age and any fitness level, can do yoga and feel its benefits. And no, you don’t need to rush out and buy overpriced yoga pants to find your inner peace. Yoga ...

Matsyasana (Fish Pose)

Matsyasana (Fish Pose)

Submitted by • August 17, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - The Matsyasana causes a stretching on the thyroid and parathyroid glands, thereby improving their function and counter balancing the effects of the Jalandhar bandha. It stretches the intestines, liver, pancreas, bladder and other abdominal organs which improves their functioning and ...

Nadi Shodhana Pranayama The Cleansing Breath

Nadi Shodhana Pranayama The Cleansing Breath

Submitted by • August 1, 2017

arogyayogaschool.com - Nadi Shodhana Pranayama The cleansing breath Pranayama is a compound word which constitutes of the two words Prana and Ayama. Where prana stands for vital energy, Ayama for extension. Pranayama means to extend the vital energy. The practice of Pranayama can be ...

Prasarita Padottanasana (Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend)

Prasarita Padottanasana (Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend)

Submitted by • July 23, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - When you practice Prasarita Padottanasana (Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend), the aim is to fold forward from the hips so that you can stretch your hamstrings without straining your back. It doesn’t matter how close you get to the ground. What ...

Revolved Side Angle Pose | Om Yoga Academy

Revolved Side Angle Pose | Om Yoga Academy

Submitted by • July 17, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - Revolved Side Angle Pose is a deep, standing twist that challenges your balance and strengthens your legs and core. It’s a powerful variation on Extended Side Angle Pose (Utthita Parsvakonasana). It also combines the benefits of Warrior I (Virabhadrasana I) ...

What Is A Yoga Exercise

What Is A Yoga Exercise

Submitted by • May 19, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - Yoga will help you lose weight. Practicing yoga changes your mind: It changes the way you approach life, your body, and eating. Yoga shows you how to appreciate your body for all of the amazing things that it can do ...

Cat Pose (Marjariasana) |Om Yoga Academy

Cat Pose (Marjariasana) |Om Yoga Academy

Submitted by • March 30, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - Sanskrit Name: Marjaryasana Marjari = Cat Asana = Cow The cat pose yoga is fairly a simple pose. But in the event you find it hard to round the top of your upper back, you could ask a friend or your instructor to ...

STANDING SPINAL TWIST YOGA POSE (KATICHAKRASANA)

STANDING SPINAL TWIST YOGA POSE (KATICHAKRASANA)

Submitted by • March 23, 2017

www.omyogaacademy.com - Uttanasana is a widely practiced classic standing forward-bend pose that works every part of your body, but particularly your spine. It also wakes up the hamstrings and soothes the mind. Practitioners say this pose rejuvenates the nervous system, eases depression ...

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