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A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation

Meditation practice has been used since ancient times to help practitioners regain their calm and stay focused. It’s the practice of calming the mind of all those racing thoughts that whiz around all day. Once you have the practice down, you can progress to examining a particular thought....
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Tadasana - Mountain Pose

The base of all standing poses, Tadasana is a great beginning position, resting asana, or tool for improving your posture. Also called the Mountain Pose, Samasthiti, Prayer Pose, or Equal Standing Pose, it involves putting your feet together and your hands at your body’s sides.Tadasana comes...
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The 8 Limbs Of Yoga Explained

Eight limbs of yogaProbably, you are already practicing yoga, and you are enjoying its benefits to your health. Because of this, you might decide to extend its effect on your entire life through sutras of Patanjali, the eight limbs of yoga. Patanjali introduced the eight limbs of yoga, to assist...
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Trapezius and Yoga

The trapezius is a muscle that works closely with the scapula or shoulder blade. The trapezius consists of three parts, namely:Trapezius Muscles AnatomyThe upper trapezius. The middle trapezius. The lower trapezius.The trapezius is a superficial muscle layer with four sides that is located...
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Sirsasana Variations - Headstand Pose

Headstand is a very tricky asana that yogis, especially beginners, should approach with caution. Performing this classic yoga pose requires you to place your forearms on the floor and clasp the hands behind your head. When you’re stable or comfortable enough in the Sirsasana (Headstand) pose,...
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