Parivrtta Parighasana | Revolving Beam Yoga Pose

Parivrtta Parighasana is a backbend pose; which targets your chest and shoulders and comes under the intermediate level. In this, Parivrtta means revolved, turned around and Parigha stands for the iron beam or iron bar used for shutting a gate. This Yoga pose is a variation of Parighasana. This Yoga Pose is also known as Read more about Parivrtta Parighasana | Revolving Beam Yoga Pose[…]

Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana | Standing Split Pose

This Yoga pose is the standing split pose, which tones your body. In yoga, split is used for giving you a good stretch. Before Practicing this Asana, you have good flexibility in your legs, neck, and back. The word Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana is coming from Sanskrit. In this, Urdhva= Elevated, upright, erect. Prasarita= Spread Read more about Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana | Standing Split Pose[…]

Urdhva Anjaneyasana (Upward Crescent Moon Pose)

Urdhva Anjaneyasana comes under the basic level of Asana and it is performed in standing position. This Yoga pose targets your shoulders and the lower back. The word Urdhva Anjaneyasana is taken from the Sanskrit word, in which Urdhva means – Elevated, up, erects; Anjaneya is the name of Lord Hanuman and Anjana is the Read more about Urdhva Anjaneyasana (Upward Crescent Moon Pose)[…]

Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana (The Compass Yoga Pose)

Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana is a seated Yoga pose and it is an intense asana coz it stretches out your hamstrings and opens up your shoulders. It is performed by advanced practitioners because Compass Pose is a very challenging Yoga pose. Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana needs patience and reverence. Before performing this pose, your body needs a Read more about Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana (The Compass Yoga Pose)[…]

Parivrtta Ustrasana | Revolved Camel Pose

Parivrtta Ustrasana is a variation of Ustrasana and this is an intermediate backbend pose and targets your shoulders, quads and very good chest opener. The word Ustrasana is comes from the Sanskrit word. In which Parivrtta means turned around, revolved or twisted; Ustra stands for camel and the meaning of Asana is Pose, posture or Read more about Parivrtta Ustrasana | Revolved Camel Pose[…]

Astavakrasana (Eight Angle Pose)

Astavakrasana or Eight Angle Pose is dedicated to the well-known sage Ashtavakra. According to the Ancient story, Ashtavakra had displeased his father while he was in the womb, so he was cursed and was born curved in eight places. In Astavakrasana Asta means eight, Vakra means to bend and the meaning of Asana is pose, seat or Read more about Astavakrasana (Eight Angle Pose)[…]

Urdhva-Mukha Paschimottanasana (Upward Facing Intense Stretch Yoga Pose)

First of all, you have to know the meaning of this Asana. Urdhva – Upward, up, Raised, Mukha – face, Paschima – west, back, back of the body, Tana – stretched, Uttana– straightened, intense stretch and the meaning of Asana is seat, pose or posture. Upward Facing Intense Stretch Pose is very much similar to Read more about Urdhva-Mukha Paschimottanasana (Upward Facing Intense Stretch Yoga Pose)[…]

Upavistha Konasana (Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend)-Yoga Pose

Here is an intense leg stretching Yoga Pose, which is named as Upavistha Konasana and Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend pose in English. In which Upavistha means sitting, seated, Kona stands for Angle. In simple words, this Asana is forward bending with leg stretching. This Asana seems to like easy but doesn’t take it this Read more about Upavistha Konasana (Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend)-Yoga Pose[…]