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Balancing the Dosha

The value in balancing the Dosha Doshas are expressions of our prana in our physical bodies.  The three main Doshas are Vata, Pitta and Kapha.  Vata is the combination of air and ether.    In balance it is a source of creativity enthusiasm and flexibility.  When in excess we are prone

Anatomy of Virabhadrasana B

  This pose is a powerful grounding asana that forms the foundation on which we build so many of the other standing poses.  Building up our ability to holding Virabhadrasana B helps you to work not only on balance and muscle strength, but also gives you a chance to focus

Yoga Philosphy and application

There are many philosophies that we learnt during our 200Hr yoga teacher training course at Tirisula Yoga which we can apply in our daily life to lead a happy and balanced life. Most people think yoga as more of exercises that keeps our body fit but during the course, we

Yoga as Mental Science

Traditionally yoga has been described as “Mental Science” by ancient Indian scriptures and texts. Yoga science has many aspects and many people have explained it as per their understanding of the subject. Patanjali has defined yoga as mind control. Lord Krishna has described yoga as “Concentrating the mind to supreme

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

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