The last time we waded in the waters of yoga philosophy, we had a look at ahimsa. However, there are other yamas–or universal practices–worth diving into. The second yama, for example, is called satya or “truth.” But what is the principle of satya?
If you have a jam-packed work schedule and dozens of tasks in between, then you may not have the time to squeeze in a full-length yoga practice. Luckily, it’s still possible to do yoga on a hectic day. Here’s how to practice yoga if you’re really busy.
Arm balances like bakasana or crow pose are challenging but fun. They help strengthen your wrists, arms, and shoulders, challenge your core muscles, and improve balance and focus. If you’ve already explored bakasana and are looking to try something new, here are some other crow pose variations that you can do.
Bakasana, or Crow Pose, is a fun and challenging pose that works your arms, abdominals, and hips. It is also one of the more foundational arm balances, and helps prepare you for more complex ones. Here’s how to do crow pose for beginners:
Whether you have just started doing yoga, are looking to advance into certain postures, or just want to meditate more regularly, having yoga blocks at hand can be very helpful and enriching in your asana and meditation practice. But what exactly are yoga blocks for? There are actually a number of ways to use them. […]
Yoga has an entire alphabet of benefits. Not only does it help you build strength and flexibility, but it also helps aid digestion and metabolism, support healthy elimination, and boost internal organ health. Below are 4 yoga steps for better digestion.