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UTTHITA PARSVAKONASANA : Parsva means side or flank. Kona is an angle. This is the extended lateral angle pose. TECHNIQUE : Stand in Tadasana. (Plate1) Take a deep inhalation and with a jump spread the legs apart sideways 4 to 4 ½ feet. Raise the arms sideways, in line with the shoulders, plams facing down. (Plate 2). […]

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UTTHITA TRIKONASANA : Utthita means extended, stretched. Trikona (tri = three; kona = angle) is a triangle. This standing asana is the extended triangle pose. TECHNIQUE : Stand in Tadasana. (Plate 1). Inhale deeply and with a jump spread apart the legs sideways 3 to 31/2 feet. Raise the arms sideways, in line with the […]

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VIRABHADRASANA I : Daksa Once Celebrated a great sacrifice, but he did not invite his daughter Sati nor her husband  Siva,the chief of the gods. Sati, however,went to the sacrifice, but being greatly humiliated and insulted threw herself into the fire and perished. When Siva heard this he was gravely provoked,tore a hair from his […]

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VIRABHADRASANA II : TECHNIQUE : Stand in Tadasana. (Plate 1). Take a deep inhalation, and with a jump spread the legs apart sideways 4 to 4 1/2 feet. Raise the arms sideways in line with the shoulder, palms facing down. (Plate 2) Turn the right foot sideways 90 degrees to the right and the left foot slightly […]

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PRASARITA PADOTTANASANA : Prasarita means expanded, spread, extended. Pada means a foot. The pose is one where the expanded legs are stretched intensely. TECHNIQUE : Stand in Tadasana. (plate 1). Inhale, place the hands on the waist and spread the legs apart 4 1/2 to 5 feet. (plate 15). Tighten the legs by drawing up […]

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TADASANA : (Also Called Samasthiti) Tada means a mountain. Sama means upright, straight, unmoved. Sthiti is standing still, steadiness. Tadasana therefore implies a pose where one stands firm and erect as a mountain. This is the basic standing pose.    TECHNIQUE : Stand erect with the feet together, the heels and big toes touching each other. […]

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PARSVOTTANASANA : (ut = intense, and tan = to extend, stretch, lengthen) means an intense stretch. The name implies a pose in which the side of the chest is stretched Intensely. TECHNIQUE : Stand in Tadasana. (Plate 1) Inhale deeply and stretch the body forward. Join the palms behind the back and draw the shoulders […]

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  SUN IN THE 12th HOUSE OF HOROSCOPE Sun in the 12th House of Horoscope / Benefits of Sun in  Twelfth House of Horoscope / Characteristics of Sun in the 12th House of Horoscope – Sun in the 12th House Sun is a mixture of hard and soft planet. it is the ‘ruler’ among planets. […]

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Chinmaya Mudra Pranayama

Chinmaya Mudra Pranayama : (Relax yourself in 2 minutes with CHINMAYA MUDRA) awareness,” is one of the powerful mudras that promote physical and mental health. Chinmaya is a Sanskirt word which means “supreme awareness,” “full of knowledge” or “pure wisdom”; and mudra means “gesture” or “seal.” Mudras can be practiced for up to 45 minutes. […]

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Foot Reflexology

Foot Reflexology : Foot Reflexology Treatment is a great way to de-stress and rejuvenate your mind and body: . Your hands and feet have zones and reflex areas that correspond to your body organs and glands. . Pressure is applied with hands and fingers on reflex areas on the feet to enhance the flow of […]

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