Dear Tirisula Yoga community, We are excited to announce that Tirisula Yoga is expanding! As we continue to grow and evolve, we are thrilled to announce that we are rebranding as ‘Tirisula Yoga and Pilates’. Old logo New logo This change reflects our commitment to providing our clients with a
Yoga Retreat at Cameron Highlands Join us for a 5D4N Yoga Healing Retreat with Ram and YY At the Cool and Majestic Cameron Highlands Sign up now Rolling hills covered in beautiful tea plantations, strawberry farms, mossy forest, the Cameron Highlands is one of the most extensive and famous hill
Enjoy 10 days of Yoga in Kerala, India at a Kovalam sea-side resort with Yoga classes, workshops, Ayurvedic massage, cultural programs, sightseeing, meditation and etc!
Sinusitis is a common condition defined as inflammation of the paranasal sinuses. It is usually caused by allergies, infection or irritation due to particles or chemicals in the air. Your sinuses or the sinus cavities get inflamed in sinusitis. It is a common ailment during monsoon and humidity. The symptoms
Many people are not aware of how much emotional and physical tension they hold in their head, neck, and forehead. Releasing this tension through physical touch can open the door to deeper relaxation in Shavasana and life. The following adjustments to this sensitive area are incredibly subtle, so be sure
Chakras are also sometimes referred to as energy centers or vortices. Each chakra is thought to resemble a colored wheel that spins in a clockwise direction, and the chakras are thought to each spin at a different rate or frequency. Chakras are invisible to the naked eye and interconnect our physical and spiritual selves.
What do you think yoga and dance have in common? Being a dancer since young, I’ve realised that dancers are always too focused on achieving their own goals (eg. getting that kick real high, perfect backbend curve, a particular dance stunt) that eventually neglected and negatively impacted our body. When
To perform it more vigorously and effectively Press the big toes firmly on to the mat to give nice push and energetic vibrance to the pose Do not collapse the hips but let it sink on its own By pressing on the mat firmly, the sternum is lifted up and
Upward-Facing Dog Pose — Urdhva Mukha Shvanasana — Strengthens the back muscles, especially the spinal erector spinae, latissimus dorsi, deltoids etc “Urdhva” — meaning “upward” “Mukha” — meaning “face” “Shvana” — meaning “dog” “Asana” — meaning “pose or stance” Upward-Facing Dog is incorporated in the Sun Salutations A and B of
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