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Preparation for Bakasana – Crow Pose

Bakasana is usually the first arm balance which a yoga beginner attempts. The wrists and shoulders are the foundation of this pose, but it takes time to build strength in those areas. Rohini Manohar from Chennai yoga studio covers the big cues you should be focusing on when you do Bakasana (Crow Pose). Follow this simple steps to get into Bakasana the first arm balance and you can move on to the advanced asanas.
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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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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 a Great Butt

Yoga is one of the effective exercises that help in toning your body, especially the lower body, that too without using any equipments other than your own bodyweight. There are a variety of Yoga moves for Great Butt, but only a few are worth your time. Today we will see 5 Yoga Poses for a Great Butt. These poses not only tone and firm the glutes, they also lengthen the buttocks and helps them to relax, giving you a true yoga butt.

Chair pose
Chair Pose — Utkatasana is a standing yoga posture that tones the entire body, particularly the thighs! The positioning of this asana is just like sitting on a chair except that you need to balance yourself without the use of a chair. This asana increases strength, balance and stability.
Warrior III
Virabhadrasana III or Warrior 3 Pose is an asana commemorating the exploits of the warrior Virabhadra, an incarnation of Shiva. Warrior III pose (Virabhadrasana III) is also commonly known as Airplane pose.
Half Moon Pose
The Ardha Chandrasana (Half Moon Pose) is a Standing Pose that targets the legs, buttocks, and hips, and improves balance and strength. Yoga expert Keerthana from Rutland gate studio shows us how to do Ardha Chandrasan (Half Moon Pose).
Bridge Pose
In sanskrit ‘Bridge’ means ‘Setu’, ‘Bandha’ means ‘Lock’ and ‘Asana’ means ‘Pose’. The poses look like the shape of the bridge, so this pose is called as bridge pose. This rejuvenating backbend will open your chest up and keep your spine flexible. Setu Bandhasana will also help to prepare you for more intense backbends. Basically this pose is effective in relaxing the body and reducing stress.
Locust Pose
Salabhasana – the name comes from the Sanskrit words “shalabh” which means “grasshopper”. It is back bend, or spine stretch, using the strength of the upper and middle back to lift the weight of the legs as high as possible from a starting position face down on the floor. It improves flexibility and coordination and increases strength and stamina. It helps to exercise the spine.
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How to do Eka Pada Koundinyasana II – Advanced Arm Balancing

The asana is dedicated to the sage Koundinya. Eka pada koundinyasana II is a split-legged arm balance that is sometimes dubbed “flying splits” as it resembles a front split hovering away from the floor. In this video Rohini Manohar from Chennai Yoga Studio shows us How to do Eka Pada Koundinyasana II – Advanced Arm Balancing.

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How to do advanced Matsyasana – Fish Pose

Matsyasana or Fish Pose is one of the best yoga poses for beginners as it is a ‘back bend asana’ that strengthens the upper back and the back of the neck and stretches the muscles of the front of the neck and the muscles between the ribs. The traditional variation of the pose is performed with the legs in Lotus (Padmasana). In this video Dhivya from Dhivyam Yoga shows us how to do advanced Matsyasana – Fish Pose.

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How to do Sarvangasana – Shoulder Stand

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. Dhivya from Dhivyam Yoga shows us How to do Sarvangasana – Shoulder Stand.
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