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Yoga Asans


The name Naukasana comes from the Sanskrit words “Nauka” which means “boat” and meaning of Asana is “Posture” or “seat”. So this asana is called as Naukasana. This boat pose is beneficial to cure many physical disorders. Basically Naukasana helps to strengthen the lungs, liver and pancreas. Helps to increases the circulation of blood and maintain the sugar level. Naukasana is a posture in which our body takes the shape of boat. It makes circulation of blood and oxygen around abdomen and lower back at a time much faster. Naukasana is good for those who wishes to reduce belly and wants to develop abs muscles.

Dhanush Makarasana

The meaning of Makarasana in Sanskrit is “Crocodile”, because this Pose resembles a Crocodile during resting with in the ocean. The crocodile keeps its neck and face above the water. A similar form is seen in this pose. Makarasana is a nice Asana for all spherical stretching of the body. Makarasana straightens and stretches the muscles of the rear, buttocks, legs, and also the back of the arms and legs. The crocodile posture in yoga is additionally an excellent pose to cut back stress and improves your body posture. The aim of Makarasana is to unleash strain caused by other Poses.

Anulom Vilom

Anulom Vilom Pranayam is an alternate breathing technique. ... Then, breathe in from right nostril closing left nostril with middle finger and ring finger and breathe out from left nostril closing right nostril with thumb. Do it continously and it is known as Anulom Vilom Pranayam.


Balasana is an easy yoga asana that can even be performed by beginners. In Sanskrit, bala means child and asana refers to one’s posture. Thus, this pose is also called Child Pose. It is a ‘counter’ asana for many asanas and is performed preceding and following Sirsasana as it is a resting pose. This is often the first pose taught to beginners. It is easy to follow and highly beneficial. If perfectly performed, the body faces the floor in foetal position (thus the name). It is also called Garbhasana and Shashankasana.

Baddha Padmasana

Baddha Padmasana or the Locked Lotus Pose is mentioned in Gheranda Samhita. Baddha Padmasana is a meditation pose that gives physical and mental stability. In Hatha Yoga Pradeepika, Padmasana or the classical Lotus pose is considered one of the four main siting poses for meditation. Baddha Padmasana is an enhanced form of the classical Lotus pose where the hands go behind the back and hold the toes of the feet and the head is bent down to form the Chin Lock. The gaze is fixed at the tip of the nose. Those who wish to learn this asana should first master sitting in the simple Lotus pose or Padmasana.


The Cobra pose or Bhujangasana is a basic Hatha yoga pose, and as such, is very often practiced either on its own, or as part of the Sun Salutations.


Brahmacharyasana or the Celibate’s Pose helps to conserve sexual energy and strengthens abdominal muscles. It comes from the Sanskrit word Brahmacharya which means control over the senses especially the sexual urge.


In this asana stand straight with feet placed together. Bend the right knee and put the right foot on the left groin with the sole facing upward. Bring the hands near the chest and join the palms.


Gomukhasana is a seated yoga posture that stretches several parts of the body simultaneously, including the ankles, hips, thighs, shoulders, underarms, triceps and chest. The name comes from the Sanskrit go, meaning "cow," mukha, meaning "face," and asana, meaning "pose."

Butterfly Asana

The Baddha Konasana improves the flexibility in your private part and hip regions, as it stretches the inner thighs, genital and knees. It helps release any toxins and negative energy in the areas of hip and groin. Your pelvis, abdomen and back are stimulated by plentiful blood supply. The flapping of thighs also increases sperm count in men. For women, coupled with Sarvangasana, it aids the ovaries to function properly and removing irregular menses. This pose not only increases fertility levels but also ensures a smoother delivery, if practiced till late pregnancy.


Traditionally Fish Pose is performed with the legs in Padmasana. Since Padmasana is beyond the capacity of most beginning students, here we’ll work either with the knees bent, feet on the floor, or with the legs straight pressed against the floor.


Vatayanasana is an intermediate yoga pose that requires a great deal of flexibility and is part of the intermediate series of Ashtanga yoga. The name is derived from the Sanskrit vataya, meaning "horse," and asana, meaning "pose."

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Our Teachings

Proper Exercise(Asanas)

Enhances the flexibility of the joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments and stimulates circulation. Flexibility and strength of the spine keep the body youthful.

Proper Diet (Vegetarian)

Promotes health and has a positive effect on body and mind. It is natural, simple to prepare, easy to digest and absorb.

Proper Breathing(Pranayama)

Connects the body to its battery, the solar plexus, which is an storehouse of energy. Stress and depression can be overcome by breathing more deeply with increased awareness.

Positive Thinking and Meditation

Eliminates negative thought patterns and provides an experience of inner peace by controlling the mind through meditation. This is the key to peace of mind.

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In an age where we are constantly competing with someone or something, we generally fail to see the ultimate bigger picture. We fail to ask ourselves what are we striving for and what is the goal of our life. Yoga would definitely not provide you with the answer, but yes, it would indeed provide you with a means to the end or rather a road map through which you can find out the answer yourself. Yoga in Sanskrit originally means “to join”. In simple words yoga aims to join the body and mind with the soul.

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