Yoga Poses


The Warrior Pose I is named after a warrior. Yogis are supposed to be pacifists, right? It’s not so strange when you know that the most highly regarded of all the texts for yogis, the Bhagavad-Gita, is the discussion between a couple famous and fearsome warriors, and that the book has the setting of a field of war between two huge armies that are getting ready for a battle. The... Read more


The tree pose is a pretty famous pose. Let’s go over a step-by-step introduction to it. The anatomical focus of this pose are the thights. It has a therapeutic effect on sciatica. It benefits the poser in several ways like with the thighs, ankles, and pine. It also works well for stretching out the groins and inner parts of the thighs, along with the chest and shoulders too. It is an... Read more


The Reclining Big Toe Pose gives you a lot of benefits like stretching the hips, thighs, groins, calves, and hamstrings. It also helps with strengthening the knees. It also does a great job of stimulating the prostate gland too. It has a great effect on digestion too. It can help relieve the hard pain of backache, menstrual discomfort, and sciatica. It is also great for blood pressure,... Read more


The monkey pose is sometimes referred to as a split by yogis. The pose is sort of like the advanced leg stretch, and it can help when you stretch the hips and make them more flexible. The monkey pose aids in opening up your hips squared to the front. The pose is named after a monkey god in Hinduism called Hanuman. The name is derived from a Sanskrit word, Hanuman, who is a divine god... Read more


The hero pose is a great pose to know not only for its therapeutic benefits, but because it’s so fun to tell your friends that you can do the hero’s pose, it’s a conversation starter. Here’s a step-by-step introduction to it. This will help you get started in doing the pose.  Read more


The anatomical focus for this pose is the upper back. It is designed to help osteoporosis. The benefits include strengthening the legs and ankles, stretching the legs in the back part, and improving your sense of balance. There are some contraindications and cautions for this pose, and they include the possibility of getting some ankle or low back injuries. Here's  a step-by-step... Read more


The focus of this pose is on the upper back. It can really help relieve stress. It is calming to the brain, strengthening to the back, and it acts to stretch out the knees and ankles too. It might not be good for people with knee injuries though. One beginner’s tip is to sit up with your back nearby the wall, and place a yoga block between the wall and the shoulder blades. Let’s... Read more


The downward-facing dog has the benefits of calming the brain, helping relieve stress, and curing mild depression. It gives you energy, helps the shoulder muscles strech out, hamstrings, calf muscles, arches, and even the hands too. It strengthens up the arms and the legs. It helps menopause symptoms. It relieves all that menstrual pain down. It helps guard against osteoporosis. It... Read more


The anatomical focus of the cat pose is on the uterus. It is designed to relieve stress. It has the benefits of stretching the back and torso. It also provides for a nice massage for the spine and the stomach organs too. If you have a neck injury, you should learn to maintain the head in conjunction with the torso. The cat pose is a pretty easy pose. Let’s go through a... Read more

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