Tada Asana – The Mountain Pose

Introduction: Tada Asana – The Mountain Pose

The meaning of the sanskrit word tada signifies mountain. The other name of this asana is the  samasthiti asana. The meaning of the word Sama means unchanged, balance, and sthiti stands for standing upright or unwaveringly, abiding, so samasthiti implies standing firmly without moving.
It is pronounced as ta-dah-sa-na. Tada asana

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Benefits of Tada Asana- The Mountain Pose

Many problem arises due to bad body posture , due to stiffness in the back , your spine is not able to be properly coordinated this result into an  unbalance in the body. As this unbalance goes addicted several forms of troubles develop in the organs, secretory organ and systema nervosum. The most significant and  primary benefit of Tadasana are as like abdominal and legs region are strengthen, provide flexibility to knees, hip and ankles, daily practiced of this asana strengthen  the systema nervosum(Nervous  system) of the body , improve body structure, develop confidence, makes your spinal cord smooth, helps in increasing height of the body,  relieve from sciatica, helps in  excretion procedure ,breathing procedure, digestion procedure, enables the   inner organs Read Full Article

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Tada Asana – The Mountain Pose

Yoga helps in peace of mind

Everybody around the globe prefer to be having a peace of mind,  free from all trouble, difficulty, worries etc. And wish to enjoy the feeling of internal peace and free from all the depressive thoughts.

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Do you really want to know, what is this peace of mind? and how to feel it simply using YOGA? It is a state of internal peacefulness, calmness, in short tension Free State of mind together with a sense of freedom. There will be no stress, tension and worries in our life when we learn to get control over it. It is not any difficult task, we all enjoy peace of mind when we watch movies of our favorite star or spend time with someone we love or even get peace drawing, reading book or as per our spare-time activity. But all these means of attaining peace is temporary. The permanent way of achieving peaceful life is only through YOGA.
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Yoga helps in peace of mind

Bala Asana – The Child Pose

Introduction to Bala Asana

The  true sanskritic meaning of the word “bala” implies Child. Hence it is known as Bala Asana. It is pronounced as ba-lah-sa-na.

Benefits of Bala Asana–The Child Pose

The bala-asana is one and only the most restful and relaxing Yoga positions and that can be easily executed and performed by beginners. It is finest used as a counterpoise to any kind of posture that stretch the spine, backward The bala-asana lightly elongates and relaxes your shoulder joint*, cervix, back muscles and thighs. The bala-asana can be performed as long as you are comfortable. you make repeat it at least double whenever it is carried for less than a 60 sec

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Steps for Bala Asana – The Child Pose

Bala Asana–The Child Pose

1. Sit down actively on your knees with your feet put together and rest your buttocks on your heels. Separate your knees approximately the breadth of your hips. Set your hands on your thighs, palms facing down in the Vajra–Asana–The Thunderbolt Pose Read Full Article

Bala Asana – The Child Pose

Garuda Asana –The Eagle Pose

Introduction Garuda Asana: –

The meaning of Sanskrit word garuda stands for eagle. According to Hindu mythology Garuda represents, the king of birds. He is vahan or mode of transports of the God Vishnu.
Its Pronunciation is ga-roo-dah-sa-na.

​Benefits of Garuda-Asana or The Eagle Pose

Benefits of Garuda Asana (The Eagle Pose)

The health benefits of Garuda-asana are numerous. It will tone up and strengthen your legs, knee joint and ankle joint.Garuda Aasana elongates and tones up the muscles of the leg and may aid in relieving different cramps of the legs.

You can perform this asana as long as you are comforted. For early attempts you can do it 20-30 seconds and then gradually increase the time step by step as you get more comfy. Iterate two or three times with each leg Read Full Article

Garuda Asana –The Eagle Pose

Nataraja Asana- The King of the Dance Pose

Introduction: Nataraja Asana- The King of the Dance Pose

The meaning of the sanskrit word nata stands for dancer and raja signifies king. Nataraja is also refer to Shiva, who is the Lord, master, creator and almighty of the dance as well as a cosmic dancer. It is said that when Lord Shiva become happy or sad or angry, he used to dance. His dancing represents cosmic energy in its “five actions:” origination, maintenance, and devastation or resorption of the world.
It is pronounced as  nah-tah-raj-ah-sa-na.

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Benefits of Nataraja Asana/The King of the Dance Pose

There is not 1 but many benefits of Natarasana.This asana improves your body balance, develops the power of concentration level, hip muscles and leg muscles are strengthens and toned up,  stretches and elongate your shoulders ,thorax, thigh, stomach, groins, provide strengthness to knees, ankle, legs, maximising the respiring capability of the lungs by opening up the lungs and chest, ejects the tenseness in the ankle joint in addition to  foot,  establishes internal as well as external firmness and steadiness. It infuses a mental arise and unfolds the heart. So it acts actively on intellect, physical structure and soul also, vertebral joints are stretched out thus they may execute advantageously.
Though this asana has innumerable benefits but still some precaution are to Read Full Article

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Nataraja Asana- The King of the Dance Pose

Yoga for Children

Yoga for Children

The most pleasurable phase of human life is childhood, isn’t it? A life free from every tension, worries, troubles, stress. It is an unforgettable part in everybody life. Even after we grow up or become a matured citizen, we never ever forget our childhood memories. Memories are of several types, few are unpleasant or some are sweet like chocolate. We enjoy and love to recall good, pleasant and beautiful memories because they not only sooth our minds but also make us feel happy and provide mental peace. One of such good memory is of childhood.

Importance Of Yoga For Children

Importance Of Yoga For Children

Childhood memories always remain fresh and joyful. Children are innocents and ignorant, they don’t recognize bad or good, they are pure free from all negative feelings like selfish, ego, cruelty, anger etc.They don’t consider in partitions and limits. Childhood of your child can be made more better through the blessing of Yoga.Read Full Article

Yoga for Children

Golden Tips of Yoga

Tips of Yoga-Best Time for Asana

You can practiced asana in morning as well as in evening. If it’s not possible for you to do asana in both the time then early morning is the most beneficial and best  time to perform Asanas as your mind rest in peace, stay calm and most important that nearly  all the people are thoroughly in deep sleep at this time, the paranormal space of the integrative awareness is not active with their mentations. Execute asana in empty stomach after going to your toilet  room. whenever you wish to practice asana in evening time then remember that there should at least 5 -6 hours gap between lunch and asana.  If you are suffering from constipation then  try to drink water kept in Copper or Silver utensil early in the morning then walk for a while, this tip may help you a lot to solve the problem of constipation.

Golden Tips of Yoga

Tips of Yoga- Best Place for Asana

Neat & clean, peaceful and lonely places are the best for asana. Practicing asana in open space like in greeny garden or near river or under a tree in short close to nature is most preferable place for asana as there is sufficient supply of oxygen in this places which is good for your health. You Read Full Article

Golden Tips of Yoga