What is Virabhadrasana Warrior Pose 2? – How To Do IT, Benefits, Method & Precautions.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McMz842b5mE Name Originate from the history of lord Shiva Where He in anger throws one of his hair dreadlocks on the floor of heaven And a Warrior is emerged to destroy all he sees especially to destroy king Daksha father of mother Sati(Shiva's wife) who was responsible for Sati's death Virabhadrasana A(warrior A) throws his hair in air upward Virabhadrasana B(Warrior B) chops king Dakshas head  In this Video we shall talk about Virabhadrasana second 💥 Virabhadrasana Warrior Pose 2 Method: In Ashtanga vinyasa Sequence Warrior B comes after transitioning from warrior A where we follow the tradition of vinyasa karma and this is considered Nava(9) and Dasha(10) vinyasa (step) from warrior A we drop hands sat shoulder level and pull the back leg backward more and rotate our trunk towards straight…
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Bakasana (Crow Pose) : How to Do It, Step by Step (Method), Benefits & Precautions.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdGlbuNjqT0 What is Bakasana (Crow Pose)?Is translated as crow pose Bakassa is one of the complex poses Biggest this is the kumba nation of balancing cool strengthening balancing coordination etc. The asana is not really a posture for beginners but yes , there are some Ways which can be followed by beginners to practice this pose by performing modifications to avoid injuries and get benefits let's talk about methods furtherBakasana (Crow Pose) Step by Step Instructions: Let's start from Squat position Where knees are wider than shoulders   like  Insumo squat.Now try to perform deep flexion from hip And adjust both shoulders at the inner side of the knees And try to open up the chest by pushing the shoulders towards the knees And pushthe knees  towards the shouldersShoulders and knees are…
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What is Trikonasana or Utthita Trikonasana or Extended Triangle Pose? – How to Do It, Benefits, Step-by-Step Instruction and Precautions

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What is Trikonasana or Utthita Trikonasana or Extended Triangle Pose Precautions?The name is suggested by the way this asana positions one’s body by forming triangle ️ between legs and among legs arm and trunk while spine is kept in extended position.Trikonasana comes from the ancient practice hatha yoga which has been practiced in various styles of yoga asana flows, it is one of the standing poses in Ashtanga vinyasa Sequence also considered as Hip opening standing pose since emphasizes on groin muscles lengthening moreover this posture is one of the most practiced postures in Vinyasa asana sequences which encourages the stability, grounding and allow one to enhance one’s body’s natural positioning.How to Do Trikonasana or Utthita Trikonasana or Extended Triangle Pose?Starting from Samasthitior Tadasana (mountain pose)  step the right leg…
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Chandrabhedi (Chandrabhedana) or Left Nostril Breathing : How to Do It, Benefits, Step by Step Instructions & Precautions

Chandrabhedi (Chandrabhedana) or Left Nostril Breathing : How to Do It, Benefits, Step by Step Instructions & Precautions

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vwm99BdxJwM What is Chandrabhedi (Chandrabhedana) Pranayama or Left Nostril Breathing? Regularizing Pranayama gets rid of many diseases. Similarly, Chandrabhedan Pranayama helps in getting rid of changes in the body as well as diseases caused by them. By performing Chandrabhedan Pranayama, the pulse present in the body which is known as JhadaNadi is purified. Also, by doing this, the Chandra pulse also becomes active. Due to this reason, this pranayama has been named Chandrabhedan Pranayama. Chandrabhedana Pranayama is also called left nostril breathing in English. Chandrabhedana Pranayama is made up of two words, in which Chandra means the moon and the piercing means entering or breaking. We have two nostrils for breathing. In yoga, it is called Nadi, in which the right nostril is called Surya Nadi, and the left nostril is…
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Bhramari Pranayama or Bee-Breathing Technique : How to Do It, Benefits, Step by Step Instructions & Precautions

Bhramari Pranayama or Bee-Breathing Technique : How to Do It, Benefits, Step by Step Instructions & Precautions

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https://youtu.be/9fNzkD08k6oWhat is Bhramari Pranayama or Bee-Breathing Technique?Bhramari Pranayama is the best pranayama for calming the mind and removing anger. This pranayama is very useful for removing frustration from the mind. Bhramari pranayama is quite simple and can be done anywhere at any time of the day. Bhramari pranayama is the perfect way to eradicate the anxiety of the mind.In fact, Bhramar means Bee. Since a person performs exactly like a bee while doing this pranayama, it is called Bhramari pranayama. This Pranayama is also known as Bee-Breathing Technique in English.How to do Bhramari Pranayama?You can practice this before any yoga asana.Discover a peaceful place before starting Pranayama.Sit in a comfortable place in a lotus pose or easy pose.Keep the spine completely straight and close the eyes.Take a deep breath through…
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Ujjayi Pranayama (Ujjayi Breathing): How to Do It, Steps and Benefits

Ujjayi Pranayama (Ujjayi Breathing): How to Do It, Steps and Benefits

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https://youtu.be/_bydtjy2XgcWhat is Ujjayi Pranayama ? or Ujjayi Breathing The word "Ujjayi" is from the Sanskrit prefixes "Uj" and "Jay".  Thus, Ujjayi simply means "Vijay" i,e, "One who is victorious".  Thus Ujjayi Pranayama means "Victorious Breath".Ujjayi Pranayama is practiced to control your breath. Ujjayi Pranayama is done to control the respiratory system of the body. This is also known as Victorious Breath in English. While practicing this pranayama, a sound like seawater comes, that's why it is also called Ocean Breath Pranayama. This Pranayama causes hot air in the body and it helps in getting the contaminated and viral substances out of the body.In this pranayama, breathing is done only through the nose. Due to the small respiratory tract of the throat, the air goes slowly in and out, so while…
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Yoga for Breathing or Pranayama: Which Yoga is Best for Breathing Problem?

Yoga for Breathing or Pranayama: Which Yoga is Best for Breathing Problem?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yRyy_A6He4 In today's changing lifestyle, every person is a victim of some disease. Due to lack of knowledge or sometimes ignorance, the small disease also increases and becomes a serious problem. One of these diseases is difficulty in breathing. Breathing problems or the inability to breathe properly can be caused by allergies, infections, and increasing pollution day by day.It has been observed that when most people breathe, their breathing is half-incomplete or disjointed. Respiratory conditions should be rhythmic or normal. There is no need to learn how to breathe, but due to urban pollution and noise, the person has forgotten his natural breathing process, which has increased mind disturbance, restlessness, and unnecessary fear. It also has a bad effect on the body. In such a situation, if you are also…
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Kapalbhati Pranayama: How to Do It, Steps and Benefits

Kapalbhati Pranayama: How to Do It, Steps and Benefits

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybTBRXPjhS0 Kapalbhati PranayamaKapalbhati is a type of Pranayama that includes a rapid exhalation process. Kapalbhati is made up of two words 'Kapal' which means "skull" and 'Bhati' which means 'Shine'. By the rapid exhalation process during Kapalbhati, one can cure many diseases. Moreover, Kapalbhati Pranayama is the most preferred way to detoxify the body and helps in internal cleansing. Also, the regular practice of Kapalbhati maintains the proper working of body organs. It is said that the regular practice of Kapalbhati cools the mind and increases radiance on your face.Types of KapalbhatiThere are three types of Kapalabhati Pranayama.Vatakram Kapalbhati - In this, a person sitting in a meditative position, draws a breath from the second nasal hole by closing one nasal cavity with one finger. This is followed by an…
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Nadi Shodhana Pranayama: How to Do It, Steps and Benefits

Nadi Shodhana Pranayama: How to Do It, Steps and Benefits

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWIt5OoQDv8 What is Nadi Shodhana Pranayama ?Nadi is called pulse and Shodhana means cleaning. Thus, this pranayama is being done since ancient times to clean the Nadis. It is said that Indian sages used to practice such yogic practices to keep themselves healthy. In simple words, Nadi Shodhana Pranayama is called Alternate Nostril Breathing Exercise, in which one has to breathe through one nostril, hold the breath, and then exhale through another.The Nadis in the human body are subtle energy channels. NadiShodhan Pranayama is a process of breathing that helps to cleanse these energy systems and operate smoothly and thus calm the mind. Some yogis also refer Nadi Shodhana Pranayama as Anulom Vilom Pranayama.How to do NadiShodhan pranayama?Sit relaxed with a gentle smile on your face. Keep your shoulder loose…
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What is Pranayama? Different Types of Pranayama

What is Pranayama? Different Types of Pranayama

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https://youtu.be/42sxCnrUwMY What is Pranayama and its various Types ?The power that provides strength to the mind and body, and keeps us alive is Prana. So our 'life' refers to our life force and regularization with 'dimension'. Therefore Pranayama means regularizing one's own life force. Thus, Pranayama secures a special place in the eight limbs of Yoga. Pranayam is obtained from two words Pran and Dimension. Moreover, Pranayama simply implies the prolonging of Prana. It is the amplitude or expansion of the breath done as a major part of Ashtanga Yoga Practices. There are various types of Pranayama Practices.Health Benefits of PranayamaBeneficial for LungsHelpful in Weight LossImprovement in heart healthImprove mental concentrationDetoxificationTreat depressionEase of digestionCleaning of NostrilsStrengthen the immune systemVarious Types of PranayamaBhastrika Pranayama In the Bhastrika pranayama, breathing is done…
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