Yog Niketan Dham

Shalbhasana

Shalbhasana or Locust pose was named after a great yogi Shalabh who revealed this pristine posture to cure back problems. Shalbhasana or locust pose is an intermediate level asana that is practiced after laying on the stomach. Shalbhasana is always attempted with an empty stomach. During our Yoga Teacher Training Programmes and Yoga Retreats, we …

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Chaturanga Dandasana

Chaturanga Dandasana or four-limbed staff pose is a momentous asana in the practice of Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga and Sun salutation series. In Sanskrit, Chatur means Four, Anga represents limbs and Danda is meant by staff. It resembles the spine of a human being. It is pronounced as Chaturanga Dandasana “Cha-tur-anga- dandasana.”             …

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Ujjayi Pranayama

Ujjayi Pranayama, Ujjayi word comes from the language of  Sanskrit. It means ‘victorious’ and has a root in the Sanskrit, Ujji word which means to attain a higher level.  Ujjayi Pranayama is also called triumph over decay and death. It has a deep work on the physical body, pranic body, and mental body. Hatha Yoga …

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Kundalini

Kundalini word is derived from the Sanskrit language that signifies the arising of energy or consciousness which is situated at the base of the spinal cord and is coiled like a serpent there.  Today as scientists have been produced all new technologies, Yogis from ancient India researched for Kundalini and showed it as a medium …

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