Registered Yoga School
Yoga Alliance U.S.A
Fixed class size
12 students per class
Hatha yoga
specialization
Reserve space

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jeevmoksha
Hala= Plough ; Asana= Posture In an agrarian indian society, plough is considered to be a very sacred instrument as it helps in preparing the land for new farming. Plough is pointed at the bottom end attached to a long shaft. The vertical section which is pointed at the bottom has to be grounded in...
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Dhanur=Bow; Asana= posturePracticing Urdhva Dhanurasana (Backward Bends) is a deep backbend that need  dedication and some real effort to practice. If you  do regular practice you will feel more alive and strong. Dhanurasana comes from dhanu which means a bow. As the bow is fully arched when shooting the arrow, same is the condition in...
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Nauka means boat. Hence naukasana is boat pose as the body takes the shape of the boat. Since the central portion of the boat, its core, is important to keep it balanced on the waves, similarily the core of the body is holding it in position in naukasana. Note: People having recent surgeries, pregnant women...
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Vipareet = Reversed; Karani = performing; Mudra= gesture or position Vipareeta karani mudra is a classical hatha yoga mudra which is considered to be a preparatory version for beginning the practise of inverted asanas. The name implies the position of the body in relationship to the gravity as it is changed profoundly in this as...
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Sarpasana Sarp=Snake ; Asana = posture Sarpasana is regarded as a preposition for Bhujangasana or Cobra pose. In classical yoga sarpasana falls under the category of backward bending position which are considered to be energising and activating postures. Sarpasana is one of such asanas falling under the basic category where we prepare ourselves for further...
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Ardha-Matsyendrasana – half lord of the fishes One of the most celebrated asanas in hatha yoga is Ardhmatsyendrasana.. Ardh=Half ; Matsyendra= Lord of Fish; Asana= Pose Half lord of the fishes pose Its basically of twisting nature and is done while sitting. Matsyendranath was the disciple of sage Gorakshnath who is said to be the...
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Virabhadrasana (Veer = Victorious; Bhadra = Virtuous ; Asana = Posture) BENEFITS: Yet another intensive standing asana, Virabhadrasana is beneficial in: Removing stiffness of feet and legs. Rheumatism in knees and ankles. Increasing sense of balance. Curing flat foot. Reducing cellulite. Improved breathing. Managing pain in disc herniation and bulging. Curing backache, neck ache. Managing...
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Addiction to illegal drugs is one of the scourges of the world we live in today. At least 15.3 million people around the globe suffer with drug use disorders and of this number it is estimated that 9.2 million use heroin. The good news is that many addicts want to change their lives and seek help to...
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Benefits of Yoga for Life limiting Illnesses How Yoga Can Benefit Those Suffering from Life Limiting Illness Yoga has been used throughout the centuries to boost physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing, yet new findings are constantly revealing hitherto unknown benefits of this millenary practice. One area in which yoga is gaining ground is as a complementary...
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Utthita Parsvakonasana ( utthita = extended, parsva= side or flank, kona = angle) BENEFITS: One of the intensive Yogasana, Utthita Parsvakonasana is beneficial in: strengthening feet, ankles, knees and thighs, waist, sternum along with firmness in the hips and groins. helps with arthritic conditions of knees develops balance reducing cellulite around waist and hips. reinforcing the vertebral joints and toning muscles...
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