Bala Asana – The Child Pose

Bala-asana – The Child Pose
Introduction to Bala Asana The  true sanskritic meaning of the word “bala” implies Child. Hence it is known as Bala Asana. It is pronounced as ba-lah-sa-na. Benefits of Bala Asana–The Child Pose The bala-asana is one and only the most restful and relaxing Yoga positions and that can be easily executed and performed by beginners. It is...

Garuda Asana –The Eagle Pose

Garuda – Asana –The Eagle Pose
Introduction:  Garuda Asana - The Eagle Pose The meaning of Sanskrit word garuda stands for eagle. According to Hindu mythology Garuda represents, the king of birds. He is vahan or mode of transports of the God Vishnu. Its Pronunciation is ga-roo-dah-sa-na. Benefits of Garuda Asana - The Eagle Pose The health benefits of Garuda-asana are numerous. ...

Dhanura Asana / The Bow Pose

Dhanura Asana / The Bow Pose
Introduction: Dhanura Asana - The Bow Pose The Sanskrit word dhanur signifies bow-shaped, arced or twisted. The bow referred here is a bow in "bow and arrow." This asana represents as the body depicts the figure of a bow with its thread stretched out back at the ready pose to shoot a pointer. It is...

Ekapada Asana – One Legged Pose

Ekapada-Asana-One Legged Pose
Introduction: Ekapada Asana - One Legged Pose The meaning of the Sanskrit word eka stands for one and pada stands for foot. Hence it is more commonly known as Ekapada Asana or one-legged pose. It is Pronounced as eka-pod-ah-sa-na.  Benefits of Ekapada Asana -One Legged Pose The most important requirement of this asana is to create or...