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Yoga for Remote Workers

Let’s face it, the working landscape has drastically changed and remote work is now here to stay. This ushers in a whole new set of ergonomic challenges for an ineffectively designed workspace. Chiropractors have reported a jump in the injuries associated with ergonomics since the stay at home guidance began. Commonly mentioned are aches and pain in the neck, shoulders, back and wrist areas. Other … Continue reading Yoga for Remote Workers

Bhastrika Pranayama

Pranayama- Increase Oxygenation & Lung capacity

Yoga has been the go to science of maintaining a proper body and mind in India since ancient times. It is a complete system of enriching every part of the body whether it be the physical body, mental health or internal systems. There are various processes in Yoga that are dedicated to maintaining the proper function of the internal systems. Probably the most famous among … Continue reading Pranayama- Increase Oxygenation & Lung capacity

Yoga Flow For Great Looking Abs

This yoga flow for abs is designed to work with the whole abdominal region and will give you great looking abs and build your core strength at the same time! Abs are used to being in use all the time. They work harder and typically recover faster than your other muscles. The best way to work them out is to completely wear them out without … Continue reading Yoga Flow For Great Looking Abs

How should my first 30 Days of Yoga look like?

So you have just decided to start Yoga. The first 30 days of Yoga are critical. You want to develop a taste for Yoga that should last a lifetime. Everyone has their own reasons for starting and everyone starts at different levels. The first month should be spent getting your foundation rock solid, so you are free to progress mentally and physically. Hopefully you have … Continue reading How should my first 30 Days of Yoga look like?

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Core Strengthening and its Importance in Yoga

A lot of people think of the “core” as being your abdominal muscles and not much more. In actuality, the core is a group of more than 30 muscles, all working together to stabilize and move the human body. Core strengthening is a must for all fitness routines and especially Yoga. The core works with every step you take, and provides the stable base needed … Continue reading Core Strengthening and its Importance in Yoga