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Basic Yoga Asanas with Names
January 10, 2015

Basic Yoga Asanas with Names

Get elephant s newsletter ~ Hatha Yoga Pradipika Here’s a quick guide to 25 of my own personal all-time favorite, complete with English names, Sanskrit names (in most cases) and brief instructions on how to practice the pose. However, each individual pose is a world itself—with a ton of variations and potential alignment cues. If you’re a beginner, it’s best…

What are Asana in Yoga?
August 23, 2016

What are Asana in Yoga?

MORE ON THE 8 LIMBS Asana is perhaps the most known limb of the eightfold path of yoga, and it often gets interpreted as Yoga itself. When we say we are going to do yoga, we mean Asana. We will take a yoga class, but what we really mean is Asana class. Since the aim of yoga is to find a union between the individual and the whole, and between the mind and the…

All Types of Yoga Asana
November 29, 2014

All Types of Yoga Asana

Postures Section Click image Our style of yoga is a combination of various types of yoga however it is very much along the lines with Iyengar and Ashtanga (Power Yoga). We believe that for the beginner that all styles have something to offer, so we are open to all aspects of the different practises, that way we are open to all and there is always something to…

List of Asanas with Pictures
October 24, 2014

List of Asanas with Pictures

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Names of Yoga Asana
April 14, 2017

Names of Yoga Asana

Shri Ramakrishna – one of the greatest yogis of the 19th century – often remarked that all, what we can perceive by the senses and for what we can find a name (the nama-rupa concept) is far from the Essence that cannot be named or seen. Further, that this is what keeps us anchored on the basic level of human existence. He also mentioned the kamini kanchan theorem…

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