We are all unique. Our bodies, our personalities, the way we view the world, and specific issues we are trying to combat. Each and every one of us has our own specific blueprint that shapes us into who we are! Ayurveda recognizes this uniqueness through the doshas… but What are the Doshas? Vata, Pitta, Kapha – and why are they …
After a long and unexpectedly difficult spring, summer has finally arrived! With states slowly opening back up and the weather turning warm, now is a great time to get back into your fitness routine. We’ve rounded up some tips for staying healthy with summer workouts that you can use to support your Ayurvedic lifestyle and wellness routine. Tips for Running …
Alternate Nostril Breathing helps clear these blocked energy channels, thus calming the mind. This breath helps equalize the right and left hemispheres of the brain and can support you in slowing down when your mind is feeling very busy or fast.
Ananda balasana, also known as the happy baby pose, stretches the inner groin and lower back while calming the mind.
The Simhasana is named so as it resembles a roaring lion in its final pose. This asana requires the body and face to work towards invoking a lion’s intense roar. This is quite a comfortable asana that anyone can perform.
Camel Pose is a backbend that stretches the whole front of the body. It is performed on the knees and is often used as preparation for deeper backbends.
Adho mukha svanasana posture replicates a dog bending forward, hence the name downward facing dog pose. This asana can be practiced by any beginner too and with all its benefits, one should include it as a part of daily yoga practice.
Today’s Pose – Windshield Wipers Pose Windshield Wipers Pose stretches the Low Back, strengthen Core Muscles & Obliques, and Relaxes you. Try it with our Guided Yoga Videos Windshield Wiper Pose is a beginners level yoga pose and is an excellent pose for the lower back and hips and what better way to get the massage for the hips and …
Reverse Warrior and Tree Poses Helps with mobility in the hips and stretches the inner thighs. Try these poses with Guided Yoga from YouVeda.
Upward Salute is a natural way to stretch the whole body, often done automatically after sleeping or sitting for long periods. Standing up and reaching the arms overhead awakens the body from toes to fingertips, providing a boost of energy. It’s a simple way to feel rejuvenated!
Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend is a calming forward bend that stretches the hamstrings and back. There are several arm variations and other modifications available, making this a suitable pose for yoga students of all levels!
The Intense Side Stretch pose strengthens the legs, improves balance, and stimulates the abdominal organs, which can assist with digestion.
Legs Up the Wall Pose (or Viparita Karani) is a restorative yoga posture that allows the mind and the body to relax, relieving stress and tension. It is one of the most approachable yoga poses as it doesn’t require much flexibility or strength. But even though it’s a passive pose, its benefits are pretty amazing.
The Bridge Pose is a very accurate description of the posture: Setu translates to “bridge”, and bandha to “joining”.
The Cobra Pose resembles a serpent with its hood raised.