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Yoga Philosophy – Free Your Mind, Be Yourself

We often ask what is Yoga?  The answers may vary. If you think of people in seemingly impossible and weirdly twisted poses when you think of “Yoga”, then you may have an idea of what yoga is,  just an idea that’s it. Yoga is much more than those poses. Derived

Yoga as a Lifestyle

As we embark on this YTT course, I begin to realize that yoga is not only about being able to perform the different asanas which is the training of the physical body. Yoga is a lifetime of fine tuning the body, mind and spirit.   Yoga provides guidelines on the

Anatomy- Poses for your Kidneys

You might not think very much about keeping your kidneys healthy, but yoga poses like Boat Pose and Head-to-Knee Forward Bend stimulate these vital, blood-purifying organs. Today, I’m going to list a few Yoga Asanas that can help you to cleansing and detox your kidneys. Padangusthasana -Big Toe Pose This

Stretching the Hamstring Muscles

The hamstrings are a group of muscles positioned on the posterior of the thighs that act as antagonist for our quadriceps. They are made up of the Bicep Femoris, Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus. In runners or weightlifters, these muscles are often shortened and contracted from power moves originating from the legs.

How to activate the Pineal Gland with Yoga

One of the most interesting and surprising things I learnt in this TTC is the power of the pineal gland, located in the centre of the head. According to Master Paalu, by activating our pineal gland, we can awaken the Third Eye Chakra, which can help us see into the

Bhramari Pranayama – Buzz off, negative thoughts!

Besides the need to keep fit, my other main reason for taking up yoga was to help me calm my often-anxious mind. Too often I find myself filled with thoughts – both positive and negative – about the hundred-million things I need to do. Yoga is all about relaxing the

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