Introduction Pavanmuktasana or Pawanmuktasana is one of the familiar modern yoga posture. Medieval Hatha Yoga Texts didn’t mention any yoga posture by this name. Hence it is newer one. However, it is a traditional practice. This posture was first mentioned in the Yoga Manual (Ref: 1) of Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, Bihar, India. They … Read morePavanmuktasana: Meaning, Steps, Benefits
Introduction Parvatasana, in fact, is a yoga posture with a confused identity. The most familiar Downward Facing Dog Pose is often called by this name. Some yoga traditions call PadmaParvatasana by this name. However, let us take the latter one here for our discussion leaving the former to be discussed in a separate article about … Read moreParvatasana: Meaning, Steps, Benefits
Introduction Swastikasana, also spelled as Svastikasana, is one of seated yoga posture used for meditation. It is easier to perform when compared to Adept Posture and Lotus Posture, yet provides the most of the benefits one can get from those yoga postures. When performed, this posture resembles Half Lotus Pose and Adept Pose, but the … Read moreEverything You Would Like To Know About Swastikasana
Introduction Mayurasana is one of the ancient non seated yoga postures found mentioned in Amrita Siddhi, a Sanskrit text probably composed in 10th or 11th Century CE. The text was written approximately five hundred years before Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Hence, this posture has been in practice for at least thousand years. Having said that, it … Read moreHow to Do Mayurasana and What Are Its Benefits?
Introduction Paschimottanasana, also spelled as Pascimottanasana, is one of the seated forward bending yoga position. Before we dig deep into the details, let us know the importance of this posture. Almost all the medieval yoga texts mention and describe this posture and list the benefits of practising. Siva Samhita describes this posture as one of … Read morePaschimottanasana aka Pascimottanasana
Introduction Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana is a hip opener as well as a shoulder opener. It is one of the advanced yoga postures that give many benefits to the practitioner. Sometimes, this posture is ALSO known as Parivritti Janusirsasana. This posture stretches the hamstring muscles and groin region. Let us examine its meaning, steps, and benefits. … Read moreParivrtta Janu Sirsasana