To begin with we always do 10 sets of suryanamaskar (right & left) as a part of our routine warm up exercise. This gets our body going through its full range of motion. This routine will concentrate on developing our balance and excising all those small muscles that help in our stability. It consists of […]

Pranayama is a Sanskrit word which translates into “extension of the prana or breath”. It is a practice in yoga that involves the regulation of your breathing through specific techniques and exercise. “Prana” means life-force and it is the life-force or vital energy that pervades the body. Deep breathing and its varied techniques have a […]

In Sanskrit ‘chakra’ literally means wheel or circle and in yogic context it refers to vortex or a whirlpool of energy around a focal point in the human body. There are 7 main chakras in the human body and the locations lie at some of the most important glands and information nexuses in the human […]

Suryanamaskar is a yoga routine with 12 poses all performed one after another in a sequence. It is a full body routine and targets all the large muscle groups, which makes it a great part of your weight loss routine. The heart opening postures along with the breathing flow help detoxify your blood, and oxygenate […]

” Inhale the present; exhale the past “ There is a proper amount of food and water consumption and proper balance between nutrients that needs to be observed in our intake. We know this. Similarly, there is also a proper balance between oxygen and carbon dioxide in our bodies, and these levels must be maintained […]