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Chin Mudra is also known as Gyan Mudra or Yoga Mudra.   Let's explore its meaning and benefits on the body and mind. Mudra means gesture or symbol. Chin means consciousness.¬†Gyan means wisdom, Knowledge. Yoga means Union to the Super or Universal Consciousness. If we observe carefully...

Bakasana or Crane pose is very similar to Kakasana or Crow pose. The difference between the two is that in Bakasana, the elbows are straight, while in Kakasana the elbows are a bit. However the benefits of these two postures are almost the same. Benefits:...

This is a meditative posture that helps open one of channels (or Nari) in the body. This posture helps you aquire "diamond-like" qualities like strenght, sharpness, value, nothing really sticks on it. How it works: Normally, your legs and buttocks hold a lot of blood. When you...

Benefits: Padahastasana stretches the back and leg muscles. It stimulates all the nerves on back and hamstrings. It helps reduce excess belly fat. Dynamic performance of this pose remove excess body weight. It improves digestion and reduces constipation. It eliminates many stomach ailments. It makes the...

in English The Wide-Legged Forward Bend Focus points: Feet, ankles, calves, back of the knees, hamstrings, buttocks (glutes), back & spine, hands. Benefits: This posture is a semi inversion and a forward bending posture. This posture opens the back of the legs muscles and lower back....

In this pose, you should strive to touch your forehead on your knees and lift your buttocks so the back muscles can stretch and the channels (nadis) around the spine and back can open. It helps keep the spine healthy. While holding the pose you...

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