Kundalini Yoga- Awaken Your Untapped Energy

Kundalini in English means the “serpent power”. Kundalini is the evolutionary energy which resides in the human body. Thousands of years ago it was discovered in various part of the world that an intelligent mechanism within our body is responsible

Vinyasa Yoga

“Vinyasa” as a Sanskrit word has many meaning. Some scholars interpret is as “arranging things in special way”, and in yogic practice it is interpreted as “one breath tied to one movement”. Hence Vinyasa yoga means coordination of movement with

Anusara Yoga – A Graceful Yoga Style

The meaning of “Anusara” is “to flow with grace”. Ansura has another meaning “follow your heart” or “go with the flow”. This yoga style was founded by an American Yogi John Friend in the year 1997 which quickly drew a

Jnana Yoga – The Yoga of Wisdom

The meaning of Jnana is “wisdom” or “knowledge”. As the name indicates Jnana yoga is the yoga for wisdom or knowledge. So, it can also be termed as the path of knowledge or path of self-realisation. By Hindu mythology, Jnana

Postures of Bikram Yoga

Bikram yoga was founded by Yogi Bikram Choudhury who is the founder of “Yoga College of India”. Choudhury began practicing yoga at the tender age of four years and with a comprehensive regular practice of 4-6 hours daily. At an

Yin Yoga Focuses on Flexibility

Yin yoga is a bit softer side of yoga. But it is as challenging as Ashtanga, Bikram or Vinyasa yoga. Off course the challenges are of quiet different nature. The challenges in this yoga require you to remain completely passive,

Ashtanga – The Eight Limbs of Yoga

 Meaning of Ashtanga The meaning of “Ashtanga” in Sanskrit is “eight limbs”. Thus Ashtanga yoga means the yogic exercise done for the benefit of eight limbs. Benefits This is the type of yoga which synchronise the breathing with the progressive