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Vrksasana

Vrksasana – Tree pose

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Chakrasana

The name comes from the Sanskrit words Chakra meaning "wheel", and Asana meaning "posture". It is a backbend and part of the finishing sequence in the Primary Series of Ashtanga. It gives great flexibility to the spine.

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Purvottanasana

Purvottanasana Purvo - East (refers to the front of the body from the forehead to the toes). Uttana - Intense stretch.

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Ustrasana

The name Ustrasana is derived from the Sanskrit word ustra, meaning "camel," and asana, meaning "pose" or "posture." Ustrasana is a intermediate level backbend that boosts shoulder flexibility, increases core strength, stretches the entire front of the body and also helps in improving digestion.

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Yoga for Thyroid

There are mainly two types of thyroid imbalances - Hypothyroidism caused by insufficient secretion of thyroid hormones and Hyperthyroidism caused by having excess secretion of thyroid hormones. . Few of the symptoms which are seen are - weight loss, hair loss, sweating, heat intolerance, infertility, dry hair, constipation, fatigue, memory loss, muscle aches.

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Yoga for Migraine

A Migraine is a chronic neurologic disease. There are different types of migraines, but the common factor that they all share is a heavy pain that can be on one side, or both sides of the head.

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Nadi Shuddhi

Nadi means a pathway of energy, Shuddhi means purification. This practice purifies the energy pathways in one`s body. It works with two main pathways: ida and pingala.

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Bhramari Pranayama

The Bhramari pranayama breathing technique derives its name from the black Indian bee called "Bhramari". Bhramari pranayama is effective in instantly calming down the mind. It is one of the best breathing exercises to free the mind of agitation, frustration or anxiety and get rid of anger to a great extent. A simple technique, it can be practiced anywhere - at work or home and is an instant option to de-stress yourself.

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Mukha Dhouti & Agni Sara

Mukha Dhouti - It is a Kriya; part of Douthi Kriyas. Preparatory practice for all yoga practices. It is a technique that prepares the practitioner for proper rhythmic breathing; corrects wrong breathing patterns. It involves forcefully expelling the wind from the stomach. Best when performed early in the morning. Agni Sara - Another Kriya that is best performed early in the morning with an empty stomach. Has an amazing effect on the breathing; develops softness and rhythm of breath.

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