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5 must know yoga poses for beginners  

Yoga dates back to 3000 B.C., with focus on applying and understanding your place in the world and how to live harmoniously with others in it. Poses and meditation weren’t implemented until the sixth century B.C., when Buddhist teachings became incorporated into the five basic principles used today. Modern yoga still revolves around proper relaxation, […]

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Yoga teachers at a high risk of developing hip problems, warns study

Originating from ancient India more than 5,000 years ago, yoga is widely believed to be one of the first forms of exercise created by humans, bringing physical and psychological benefits to those who practice it. But today’s Instagram-conscious instructors are falling victim to more injuries because they are rushing into attempting challenging poses that will […]

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Know about the health benefits of Janu Sirsasana

This asana is also called the Head-to-Knee Pose, the Head-to-Knee Forward Bend, and the Head-on-Knee Pose. Although this asana sounds similar to the Sirsasana, it has nothing in common with it and doesn’t look anything like it. You must make sure to keep your stomach and bowels empty before you practice this asana. Have your […]

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#YogaDay2019: Know the safe way to do yoga for back pain

Yoga is a gentle practice that is ideal for maintaining back strength and flexibility. It’s also one of the more effective tools for helping reduce low back pain, the most common source of pain and disability among older adults. “Yoga helps strengthen and stretch back muscles that might be tight, which improves mobility,” says Dr […]

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Every day yoga can have a radical impact on the mind and body

Yoga is an art which connects our soul, mind and body. Today yoga is mostly practised to attain weight loss, physical fitness and stamina. Yoga basically revolves around elevating the life force or ‘Kundalini’ at the base of the spine. It can be achieved by a series of physical and mental exercises. Mind-body interventions such […]

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