How to do Kumbhaka Pranayama - Full Breath Retention

Kumbhaka pranayama is one of the traditional pranayama's breathing exercises of Hatha yoga. Kumbhaka (kuhm-BAH-kah) is Sanskrit word that means pot. This is not just any pot but the human torso as seen as a pot with two interiors (one at the throat and the other at the base of the...
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Urdhva Dhanurasana - Upward Bow pose

Urdhva Dhanurasana is a Sanskriti name which when broken down it means "upward bow pose." The posture makes the spine to bend backward like a bow, thus the names upward bow, or full wheel pose. The pose has many health benefits such as heart and nervous system stimulation as well as mental...
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Upavistha Konasana - Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend Pose

The name Upavistha Konasana originates from the Sanskrit language where ‘Upavistha’ translates to mean ‘sitting,' ‘Kona’ is ‘angled’ and ‘asana’ means ‘posture.' The beauty in yoga is the healing and strengthening benefits you can get with simple postures. Upavstha konasana...
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