Anshu Vyas Seetharaman
This is a semi inversion — a restorative pose. In a full inversion — Sarvangasan (shoulder stand) the entire body from shoulders to legs is in one straight line
15 Jun 2017
This is a triangle pose in a lying down position and is one of the poses in the Sarvangasan series- we have looked at two so far in the preceeding weeks Halasan (two weeks ago) and Karnapidasan (last
04 May 2017
Karna means ear and pida means pain. This pose puts pressure on the ears hence the name.
27 Apr 2017
Shashankasan or the rabbit pose has different modifications to suit everyone and is the counter asana to the headstand
06 Apr 2017
Here is a series of spinal twists with different leg postures to keep the spine supple and energised. Do not go for this if you had a spine surgery.
30 Mar 2017
Steps: Take a wide stance and point the right toes to the right and left toes about 30 degrees right. Next stretch the upper body laterally to the right so that your right shoulder glides over your ri
25 Mar 2017
Ardhchandrasan, the half moon pose, is an advanced asana. Do this ONLY if you are flexible and have a strong constitution
23 Mar 2017
Give an exaggerated twist to the abdomen and the back. It tones and keeps the back muscles stretching and contracting
11 Mar 2017
This is variation of the pigeon pose we looked at last week. Do this asana and oxygenate your thyroid, parathyroid, adrenals and gonads
09 Feb 2017
The advanced version of Matsyasan (with legs in Padmasana) is a restorative pose and is a counter pose for the shoulder stand.
05 Jan 2017