Sit erect in padmasana. Fold your hands behind your back, holding your left wrist with the right hand. Take a deep breath. While exhaling, bend forward slowly keeping your hands
This asana helps bring down high blood pressure, and relieves the mind, particularly for those who are engaged in excessive mental activity. This exercise should be done both at the beginning and at the end of the daily round of yogic asanas. During a fast, shavasa
This asana is very beneficial for eyes.
In this,four exercises have been prescribed for strengthening weak eye muscles, relieving eye strain and curing of eye disease. Th
This pranayam is beneficial for clearing nasal passage and for proper functioning of the thyroid gland and benefits respiratory disorders, especially bronchitis and asthama.
This is also known as Nadishuddhi pranayama. Sit in any comfortable meditative pose, keeping your head,neck and spine erect. Rest your left hand on your left knee. Close your rig
Kapala means ‘skull’ and bhati means ‘shine’. This is a respiratory exercise for the abdomen and diaphragm. The channels inside the nose and other parts o
Drink four to six glasses of lukewarm water, with a little salt added to it, early in the morni
For starting yogasanas and pranayama Kriyas are most important because it cleans whole systems of body. First important kriya is jalneti. It is a process of removing the impurities which is accumulated in the nasal passage. In Jalneti air passage of
The lotus position is a cross-legged sitting posture originating in meditative practices of ancient India, in which the feet are placed on the opposing thighs. It is an established posture, commonly used for meditation, in the Hindu Yoga and Buddhist contemplative traditions. The position is said to
All sessions of Yoga asanas begin with the Surya Namaskar or sun salutation. It is a series of gentle flowing movements synchronized with the breath. This excellent warm up exercise consists of a sequence of positions that move the spine in various ways and promote flexibility in the limbs. It is of