Janu Sirsasana - Head to knee pose

Janu Sirsasana or head-to-knee forward bend, it's a seated forward fold. The pose intends to extend and lengthen the spine and stretch the back by folding the body over one of the legs with the head resting on the knee. The other leg is bent so that the sole of the feet rests towards the inner...
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Ujjayi Pranayama - Victorious Breath

Pranayama is the control of breath. It is translated as an "extension of the prāṇa (breath or life force)" or "breath control.” By feeling and reflecting on the inhalation and exhalation of breath, it is a technique used to help create a deeper connection between the body and mind. There...
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Warrior ll simplified

Warrior II is one of the most frequently recurring postures in a vinyasa class, but it can be tricky to get just right. Let's break it down into three easy steps that will allow you to get the most out of this posture.We start with step one, the base: your feet. You can either align your heels...
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Amrita - our true identity and nectar of immortality

Amrita is a Sanskrit term with two translations. One of them being immortal/immortality and the other one being nectar. It is said that Amrita is related to the Greek word ambrosia which also translates into nectar. In Sanskrit, the word Amrita carries two very different meanings within the word...
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Anjaneyasana - Low lunge pose

Anjaneyasana, or Low lunge pose, is a basic lunge pose that helps you to open up the front of your body. To get an image of how the pose looks like, you can imagine yourself proposing to the universe, standing on one knee. When in Anjaneyasana your arms are extended reaching up towards the sky,...
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