Namaste – I bow to you

Namaste or Namaskar is an Indian way of greetings or a gesture to acknowledge the divine in every soul. It means “I bow to you”.

Anjaneyasana – Low Lunge Pose

Anjaneyasana or the Low Lunge Pose energises the body and strengthens the muscles of the legs, waist, shoulders and chest. Anajaneya is the name of Hanuman whose valour and exploits are well known in the epic Ramayana.

Tiryaka Tadasana – Swaying Palm Tree Pose

Tiryaka Tadasana or the swaying Palm Tree Pose is a variation of Tadasana. In Sanskrit Tiryak means slanted or oblique and Tadasana is the Palm tree pose. Triyaka Tadasana is a good stretching pose which is beneficial for reducing fat around the waist and for stimulating bowel movements.

How to Prevent Injuries during Yoga Practice

Preventing yoga injuries is essential for a safe practice of yoga. Have you experienced that shooting pain in the wrists while holding a Plank Pose? Or a tingling sensation in your neck as you gaze up in Parsva Konasana?

One Week Juice Cleanse and its Benefits

A One-week (7 Day) juice cleanse can be done by those who are familiar with shorter duration juice cleanses. During a juice cleanse, there is a constant supply of calories and nutrients contained in juices, partially meeting our daily needs. A One-week juice fast can be a good cleansing program giving physical, mental and spiritual benefits.

Tiryaka Bhujangasana – Twisting Cobra Pose

Tiryaka Bhujangasana or twisting Cobra Pose is good for correcting postural defects of the upper spine. In Sanskrit, Tiryak means oblique, slant or transverse and in this case is translated as Twisting. Bhujanga means Cobra or a serpent and Asana means a pose. Tiryaka Bhujangasana is good for the flexibility of the spine and strengthens the arms and shoulders.

Parivrtta Trikonasana – Revolved Triangle Pose

Parivrtta Trikonasana or Revolved Triangle Pose strengthens the back and makes the spine flexible. In Sanskrit, Parivrtta means revolved, Trikona means with three angles or a triangle and Asana means a Pose.

Sphinx Pose – Salamba Bhujangasana

Sphinx Pose or Salamba Bhujangasana is a backward bending Yoga asana. In Sanskrit, Salamba Means supported, Bhujanga means serpent and Asana means a pose. Salamba Bhujangasana looks like the mythical Sphinx at Giza in its final pose.

Ardha Chandrasana – Half Moon Pose

Ardha Chandrasana or the Half Moon Pose improves coordination and sense of balance. In Sanskrit, Ardha means half, Chandra means moon and Asana is a pose. Ardha Chandrasana also strengthens the legs and spine.

One Day Juice Fast and its Benefits

A One day Juice fast can detoxify our body and improve general health and vigor. A Juice fast gives ample calories, yet reduces the load on our digestive system. By giving partial rest to the digestive system, our organs get an opportunity to repair and cleanse itself.