Yoga for Immunity          At eighteen years of age I noticed that after practising yoga for some months my health, as in my immunity, had improved.  I started practising in the heat yet even after switching to a non-heated room my coughs and...

Matsyasana –The Fish Pose Yogendra Matsyasana; the fish pose is a cultural Asanas–for extremities. The way of folding the legs in this Asana resembles the tail of a fish while the rest of the body represents its body and head. It also enables one to float...

Konasana - The angle pose Let us learn how to do Konasana - The angle pose. Yogendra Konasana (I & II); the angle pose for sideward stretching of the spine. This asana stretches and contracts, alternately, the muscles of the thoracic region of the body, significantly...

Yogendra Chakrasana The Wheel Pose- Cultural Asanas for forward bending of the spine. The body takes a wheel-like, semicircular posture while performing this Asana. The dynamic variation of the anterio-posterior Chakrasana, evolved by Shri Yogendraji, offers an excellent exercise to the mid- trunk and the spine...

Yogendra Parvatasana; The mountain pose. As the name suggests, it derives the benefits from the qualities of a mountain- stability, fixity and strength. This posture has three variations to provide all-round stretch and twist to spine. It is a cultural Asanas for lateral (upward) stretch...

Yoga Asanas for Kids Life as a kid can be stressful. Waking up early in the morning to go to school, studying different subjects, playing with friends, tuition classes, studying for tests, sports classes, homework, eating meals, etc. phew so many things to do. Not to...

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...