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 […]
Geshe Michael Roach has spent 4 days teaching the Lady Niguma’s Yoga Series during his last visit to Hong Kong, which reflected the significance of these simple yet powerful asanas. What I love about The […]
Astavakrasana is dedicated to Sage Astavakra, the spiritual preceptor of King Janaka of Mithila.
Story behind the name of the pose
When the sage was in his mother’s womb, his father Kagola […]
In yoga, asanas or postures often imitate how animals and different species move. Salabha is Sanskrit for locust or grasshopper, and the Sanskrit root word “shal” means suddenness, which also describes a grasshopper’s natural movement.
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 […]
It is not unusual that sometimes we are under the weather – feeling low and either unwilling or feeling demoralized to do anything. Some experience this feeling intensely over a relatively long period – […]
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