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How to do Tripod Headstand

Tripod Headstand (Mukta Hasta Sirsasana A) is one of the unsupported headstands that conclude the Intermediate Series of Ashtanga yoga. Tripod Headstand is used repeatedly as a transition into and out of arm balances. Finding the strength and stability for this pose builds a calm and steady mind. Practicing headstands promotes balance, good posture and improves circulation. Rohini Manohar from Chennai yoga studio shows us How to do Tripod Headstand.
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Steps to do Yoga Headstand – Sirsasana

 

Sirsasana or the head stand pose is the most important among inverted asanas. In Sanskrit the word ‘sirsha’ means ‘head’ and ‘asana’ means pose. Sirsasana is considered the king of all asanas and is usually done at the end of the yoga asana practices. This is  not difficult to practice if it is performed under the guidance of an expert and providing the basic rules are carefully followed. Rohini from Chennai yoga studio gives us easy tips and steps to get into Sirsasana.
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How to do Sirsasana – Headstand Yoga Pose

Sirsasana or the head stand pose is the most important among inverted asanas. In Sanskrit the word ‘sirsha’ means ‘head’ and ‘asana’ means pose. Sirsasana is considered the king of all asanas and is usually done at the end of the yoga asana practices. This is  not difficult to practice if it is performed under the guidance of an expert and providing the basic rules are carefully followed. Rohini from Chennai yoga studio gives us easy tips and steps to get into Sirsasana.
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Easy tips to do Backbend safely

Backbends are a beautiful part of every yoga practice. Moving the body forward is easy, but leaning backward requires special care and attention. They build strength and mobility in the spine, teach us how to open our hearts and face our fears, and leave us feeling energized and blissful. Rohini Manohar from Chennai Yoga studio shows us Easy tips to do backbend safely.
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8 Inspiring Quotes by Baron Baptiste

Baron Baptiste has devoted his life to creating and sharing transformational yoga practices and programs. He shares the Baptiste Yoga methodology through workshops, books, yoga teacher trainings and his continued work with non-profit organizations. Here are 8 Inspiring Quotes by Baron Baptiste.

The pose begins when you want to get out of it.
The highest form of repentence is self-acceptance.
Stand in front of your past and let it be.
In this space of LOVE all things are possible.
If not you, who? If not here, where? If not now, when?
You Are Either Now Here or Nowhere
The greatest source of natural power we have available to us is being ourselves.
Asana is a reflection of your inner BIGNESS

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4 Yoga poses to cure gastric problems

Gas and acidity conditions have same causes. These problems usually occur due to certain factors such as consuming processed, oily and spicy foods, emotional factors, improper eating and drinking habits, smoking, etc. Gas is formed mainly because of constipation and indigestion.

The best remedy for these problems is practicing yoga regularly. Here are 4 Yoga poses to cure gastric problems.

Pawanmuktasana
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Pawanmuktasana knows as Wind Removing Pose, which is beneficial for Gas Problems and Poor Digestion. It is a yoga pose in which the body is positioned in a supine position. Regular practice of Pavanamuktasana help to stimulate bowel movement which is very necessary for removing waste material.
Matsyasana
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Fish Pose is a back-bending yoga posture that opens the chest, throat, and abdomen. It is usually used as the counter-pose to Shoulderstand (Sarvangasana) because it neutralizes pressure on the neck and spine, but it is also a deep stretch with many benefits in its own. The name of the posture derives from the fact that if you adopt the position in water, you will float quite easily. Try to hold the pose for half of the time that you spent in the Shoulderstand, in order to equalize the stretching effects on your spine ans muscles.
Navasana
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One of the most well-known yoga poses for core strength, Boat Pose — Navasana tones the abdominal muscles while strengthening the low back. Its a good pose for developing overall stamina.
Chakrasana
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Chakrasana or the wheel pose is a backward bending yoga asana. This asana is so named because the body takes the shape of a circle – or a semi-circle. The asana is very similar to the gymnastic back-bend. It is a very good asana for improving the elasticity of the spinal cord. Chakrasana strengthens the back and abdominal muscles. It tones the organs in the abdomen including the digestive, excretory and reproductive organs.
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5 Yoga Poses for Sinus Relief

Sinusitis is a fairly common condition in the monsoons. With annoying symptoms like a runny nose, watery eyes and a throbbing headache, sinusitis, for some, can become so severe that it may hamper your daily activities. Blocked sinuses can cause nasal congestion, headaches and sometimes make it hard for you to breathe easily. Here are 5 yoga asanas that can help you find relief from Sinus.

Gomukhasana
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Gomukhasana or Cow Face Pose helps stretches the ankles, hips and thighs, shoulders, armpits and triceps, and chest. Might be difficult initially, but as you practice, you will reap in a lot of benefits.
Bhujangasana
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Bhujangasana is the relaxation pose for all exercises performed on the stomach. It opens up the shoulders and neck. Tones the abdomen. Strengthens the entire back and shoulders. Improves flexibility of the upper and middle back.
Sarvangasana
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Sarvangasana or shoulder stand is a yoga pose wherein the whole body is balanced on the shoulders. Sarvangasana influences the functioning of all parts of your body. This asana is highly beneficial in maintaining the mental and physical health and is also referred as ‘Queen of asanas’. In addition to stimulating the thyroid gland, this pose also relieves stress and depression, improves digestion, opens the shoulders and neck, and strengthens your legs, butt, arms, and abs.
Ustrasana
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Camel Pose (Ustrasana) is a backbending yoga posture that opens the entire front side of the body. It is an intermediate level back-bending yoga posture known to open Anahata (Heart chakra). This yoga posture adds flexibility and strength to the body and also helps in improving digestion.
Pavanamuktasana
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Pavanamuktasana knows as Wind Removing Pose, which is beneficial for Gas Problems and Poor Digestion. It is a yoga pose in which the body is positioned in a supine position. Regular practice of Pavanamuktasana help to stimulate bowel movement which is very necessary for removing waste material.