Many people in our world today struggle daily with the looming dark clouds of depression. The World Health Organization reports that more than 300 million people suffer from depression across the globe. With an estimated $17 billion USD growth projection over the next two years (according to the New York Times) the pharmaceutical antidepressant industry continues to grow exponentially
In today’s world, whilst managing the work and the personal life, we do not really think
much about our eating habits or eating schedule. Due to which the majority of people go through
digestive disorders like Constipation, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Gallstones, Ulcerative
Colitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, etc.
Parivritta Trikonasana is also known as Revolved Triangle Pose. We already discussed Triangle Pose with you recently, so now we will focus on the reversed version of it. The main benefit is that you stretch and twist your chest and intercoastal muscles which will result in a better and easier breathing process.
Urdhva Mukha Svanasana is also known as Upward-Facing Dog Pose. This posture is very beneficial for improving your posture and removing back pain. Today we discuss with you the steps, benefits and cautions of this pose:
Eka Pada Koundinyasana is a tricky posture that needs some time and patience to be mastered. With this posture, it’s most important to follow the right steps as some little tips will make it much easier to get into it.
Paschimottanasana is also known as seated forward bend or fold. This posture is great to increase the flexibility of your hamstrings and calves. It also stretches your lower back and calms the mind.
Padahastasana is also known as Hand to Foot Pose. It is practised during the Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutation. Padahastasana massages and tones the digestive organs while increasing flexibility in your calves and hamstrings.
Tolangulasana tones the abdominal organs and lower abdominal muscles. It helps to remove excess weight while strengthening the back and thigh muscles. This posure induces a state of relaxation and equanimity.
Ananda Madirasana can be performed as an alternative to the classical meditation pose. The posture is used primarily to awaken Ajna chakra. It also calms the mind and relaxes the nervous system.
Pada Chakrasana means Leg Wheel Posture. It might look simple to you, but can be very challenging actually. This posture aims to tone the leg, spinal and abdominal muscles.