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Yoga and Anatomy

Anatomy is the branch of science concerned with the body structures and its internal workings of living things. During my 200 hours yoga teacher training at Tirisula Yoga, I came to know that understanding of Anatomy is key to avoid injuries during performing asanas. It helps us to understand how

Meditation,Pranayama, Mudra, Kriya

Pranayama is composed of two Sanskrit words “Prana” which means “Universal life force energy or breath” and “Ayama” which means “Regulation”. Pranayama is an ancient practice of yogic breathing techniques that has been used to harness and regulate the breath. The ancient sage Patanjali has explained that the regulation/modification of

Better posture from Yoga

In yoga the main principal is to keep your body aligned. This starts with squared shoulders, but also includes a straight back, open chest and feet flat on the ground. Generally speaking, good posture feels good. Besides stressing the importance of relaxation and breathing, yoga also teaches body awareness through

Yani Mudra

Mudra (hand gesture practice), is ancient technique that we use during Pranayama, Meditation and during the Asana practice. We can use them to connect with ourselves and our emotions, and to help us foster feelings of strength, balance or calm whenever we need it. All mudras have different meanings and

BODY AWARENESS

Learning the 200 hours teacher course has taught me not only the correct postures also how to push my body forward and at the same time which are my limitations. A pose that was unthinkable before now is possible to perform. The improvement on my body posture and my wellbeing

Satya and the truth in ourselves

The five yamas are self-regulating behaviors designed to aid our interactions with others and the world are :• Ahimsa: nonviolence• Satya: truthfulness• Asteya: non-stealing• Brahmacharya: non-excess (often interpreted as celibacy)• Aparigraha: non-possessiveness, non-greed. Satya is a very interesting an ethical concept of living the truth. On the yoga mat I

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