Asana readers may recall that in the tribute to Guruji BKS Iyengar in September, Marla Apt, a Senior Iyengar Yoga teacher shared her thoughts.
Based in Los Angeles, Marla was highlighted in Yoga Journal as one […]
Rajendra Nyathi is an internationally acclaimed artist of Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi, the South Indian classical dance styles and Bollywood dances. He holds a first class Master Degree in Performing Arts and was a recipient of the Junior […]
Partner yoga is non-competitive as two or more people can engage. It develops trust between yogis who explore the spiritual nuances of the craft together. Partners can assist one another with more challenging asanas. […]
The purpose of coming into Karnapidasana is to stimulate the different marma points located in the neck and the head. Once stimulated, the prana or energy flows better around these marma points, distributing […]
Our posture determines the position of our spine or backbone. We may notice many round their backs sometimes.
Kyphosis is a progressive spinal disorder that can affect children and adults. This disorder may cause […]
Chronic fatigue syndrome (“CFS”) is a complicated disorder characterised by extreme fatigue. The fatigue is not due to exertion, not significantly relieved by rest, and is not caused by other medical conditions.
CFS may […]
Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a light, fluffy, edible seed that feels and tastes more like a grain. Here are some quick facts about quinoa, also named “Gold of the Incas”, highly valued thousands of years […]
The first sutra introduces the subject. Patanjali says now I am going to tell you about Yoga. He also says he will only review what he has heard from his holy teachers. He […]