Peacock Pose (Mayurasna)

When practicing this pose, one should first kneel on the floor while knees are wide open and sit on your heels. While still kneeling, lean forward and press the palms on the floor with your fingers turned back towards the torso. The elbows are bent slightly and the sides of the hands and outer forearms … Read more


Firefly Pose (Tittibhasana)

Start the pose by squatting with your feet. The pelvis is then tilted forward and the trunk is brought between the legs. Keep the trunk low and straighten the legs enough to lift the pelvis to about knee height. The left upper arm and the shoulder are brought as far as possible underneath the back … Read more


Dolphin Plank Pose

One should start in dolphin pose. The knees should be bent and then one should walk his or her feet back until the shoulders are directly over the elbows and the torso should be directly parallel to the floor. Both the inner forearms and elbows should be pressed firmly against the floor. The shoulder blades … Read more


Crane Pose (Bakasana)

To start this pose, squat down from Tadasana. The inner leg should be few inches apart. Support the heels on a thickly folded blanket if it is not possible to keep your heels on the floor. The knees are separated wider than the hips and the torso should lean forward between the inner thighs. The … Read more


Upward Bow (Urdhva Dhanurasana)

Upward Bow (Urdhva Dhanurasana) is a popular yoga pose that targets your back muscles. This is a classic yoga pose that may be performed by beginners as well as advanced yoga practitioners. It is popular as wheel pose in yoga world. Let us discuss Upward Bow (Urdhva Dhanurasana) step by step. Lie down on your … Read more


Locust Pose (Salabhasana)

Locust Pose (Salabhasana) is an excellent yoga posture for strengthening your back muscles and legs. It provides complete stretch to all body parts. The biggest benefit of practicing Locust pose is that it strengthens your muscles and adds extra flexibility to your body. Let us discuss Locust Pose (Salabhasana) step y step – Start with … Read more


King Pigeon Pose (Kapotasana)

King Pigeon Pose (Kapotasana) may be difficult to master by beginners. It is slightly easier than other advance poses. With regular practice, you could perform King Pigeon Pose (Kapotasana) with ease and comfort. Keep your feet slightly apart and upright. Your head and shoulders should be bended backwards. Take your hands back and press over … Read more


Half Frog Pose (Ardha Bhekasana)

Half Frog Pose (Ardha Bhekasana) is taken as one of the most difficult and challenging yoga poses. As a beginner, you could try this pose with several variations. In proper position, it looks very much similar to half frog pose. This pose is excellent for intermediate yoga practitioners. It is a nice idea to practice … Read more