Yoga Pose

Veerasana (Hero’s Pose)

Sit back on your heels. The top of your feet should be on the floor. The bottom of the feet should be facing up, positioned right below your hips. The knees should be together. Now place your hands on your knees. Drop the shoulders down and try to stay as straight and tall as possible.

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Corpse pose or the dead man’s pose or Shavasana

Getting ready for Halloween? Do this pose to get into the groove better. The dead man’s pose has another name – the final relaxation pose. That’s because it helps you relax like no other pose. In most yoga classes, this is the last pose that’s practiced as it enhances and renews the body and the

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Ananda Balasana or the happy child pose

It is one of the easiest postures and helps relax the lower muscles and regulates the flow of nutrients in the body.  The pose give a very good stretching and at the same time relaxes the body.  It opens up the shoulders and the chest and gives strengths to biceps and arms. Steps  Lie

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Ushtrasana or the Camel pose

In Sanskrit the word ‘ushtra‘ means ‘Camel’. In this pose our body resembles the shape of a Camel and hence the name. This is a fun and challenging yoga pose and it helps kids improve their posture and strengthen their back muscles. It will bring flexibility in chest, abdomen, and neck; increase blood circulation to

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Naukasana or the boat pose

Naukasana is a very effective yoga pose. It helps in improving the overall immunity. It strengthens the core, shoulders, thighs and arm muscles. The pose helps strengthen lungs and the liver. The pose is also important if you want to improve your digestion. Here is how you can try this pose –   Lie flat

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Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)

You can practice this pose at any time or at any place. This pose is good for blood circulation and helps in case you have backache or neck pain. It is a great way to tone up the spinal nerves. It loosens up the muscles and joints of the whole body. Stand erect. Now, keep distance

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Try out the Saaras Pakshi Asana (Stork pose)

This beginner level yoga pose is performed in standing position and helps you focus better. The simple balance pose benefits the knees, ankles, feet and quadriceps.  Stand straight on the ground, with a small gap between your feet Shift your weight on your left leg Slowly lift your right leg until the bottom of your right

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Vikasitakamal asana or the flower pose

This pose builds core strength, develops coordination and improves balance. It is a great calming exercise to do before doing anything with concentration like playing chess or doing homework. Step 1: Sit on your mat, with your back straight and the bottoms of your feet together. Step 2: Bring the soles of your feet together,

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Have fun trying out the Malasana or Frog Pose or the Garland Pose

This is a squatting pose and stretches the ankles, groins, and back. This pose helps digestion, tones the legs and improves posture. Try this only on an empty stomach. Step 1: Squat with your feet as close together as possible and the toes facing outwards. Step 2: Spread your thighs and move your knees out, towards your

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Bakasana or the crane/ crow pose

This is a challenging yoga pose that will help you work on your balance. Don’t be scared of falling on your face though because you will! Step 1: Squat down with your feet a little apart. Your knees should be wider than your hips. Place your hands on the mat in front of you with

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