Start Young for a Healthier Life Technology coupled with urbanised living and academic pressures have collectively created historically obese youth and children. There is lots of evidence which confirm that exercise is an important key to reduce the risk of major ailments such as heart attack,...

How to perform Talasana? Yogendra Talasana or Palm tree pose: Cultural Asanas for lateral (upward) stretch of the spine. This posture stretches all the muscles of the body lengthwise.   Starting position will be same for all variations: Stand erect with hands at their respective...

Yogendra Garudasana Cultural Asanas–for extremities. Yogendra Garudasana; the eagle pose. It is important to maintain the flexibility of the body for physical and mental health. The suppleness and elasticity of the extremities as well as freedom of movement for the joints contribute in this flexibility. Yogendra...

Yoga has become synonym with meditation. To begin with, meditation is a part of yoga and not a different style of Yoga. Patanjali’s Ashtanga yoga or classical yoga consists of eight steps meditation comprises of last three steps (Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi). Yoga is all about...

Yoga for Autistic Children Today world is looking at Yoga for answers. Yoga for Autistic Children is the need of the hour. Yoga, the ancient science of living well, has been explored by various researchers for its salubrious well-being. A rising number of parents and schools...

Yogendra Bhadrasana; the throne pose. Cultural Asana–for extremities. Ancient India Yoga texts such as the Hatha Yoga Pradipika as well as the Gheranda Samhita mention this asana. Yogi Swatmarama describes it as one of the 4 main Asanas that can be done for prolonged meditation....

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