Side-Reclining Leg Lift (Anantasana)

Side-Reclining Leg Lift Anantasana Side-Reclining Leg Lift Pose works best for stretching the sides of your torso and the back of your legs, as well as toning your belly. This yoga pose can also provide benefits for your muscles such as your hamstrings, core, quadriceps, hips, and pelvic.

Side Plank Pose (Vasisthasana)

Side Plank Pose Vasisthasana Side Plank Pose is good for strengthening your abdomen, arms and legs, and promoting mental balance and focus. This pose is oftentimes considered as one of the best poses when it comes to strengthening abdominal muscles which is good for protecting your spine and improving posture. This is also used to […]

Scale Pose (Tolasana)

Scale Pose Tolasana Scale Pose is an advanced arm balancing yoga pose which requires flexibility in the core and hips and upper body strength. This strengthens the muscles in your shoulders, arms, wrists, and abdomen. This is also beneficial on a physical level especially in stimulating your abdominal organs which is good in improving digestion.

Plank Pose

Plank Pose Plank Pose helps strengthen your wrists, arms, and spine, it also tones your abdomen. This pose is often utilized to prepare your body for a more challenging arm balances. Practicing this pose strengthens the muscles surrounding the spine which is a great aid to improve your posture.

Happy Baby Pose (Ananda Balasana)

Happy Baby Pose Ananda Balasana Happy Baby pose also known as Dead Bug pose, is inspired from how babies playfully pull up their legs. It is an easy exercise that gently stretches your thighs and hips.  This move is usually recommended for releasing stress and fatigue.

Four-Limbed Staff Pose (Chaturanga Dandasana)

Four-Limbed Staff Pose Chaturanga Dandasana Four-Limbed Staff Pose is a plank variation that is simple and yet an effective pose to build upper body and core strength, lengthens the spine and strengthens the lower back muscles. Four-Limbed Staff Pose helps tone the abdomen by maintaining an active stability from your palms and toes. This pose […]

Dolphin Pose

Dolphin Pose Dolphin Pose is an excellent whole body workout, especially when held for longer durations. Like a dolphin, Dolphin Pose is a great way to dive into your practice and explore the waters of something new. It is an opportunity to strengthen your mind, body, and soul while having fun playing around.

Dolphin Plank Pose

Dolphin Plank Pose Dolphin Plank Pose builds strength through resistance of your body’s weight, which helps to increase bone density. This pose strengthens your arms, legs, and core muscles, including the abdomen, chest, and low back. It also strengthens the muscles around the spine, which helps to improve posture.

Crane/Crow Pose (Bakasana)

Crane (Crow) Pose Bakasana Crow pose improves balance and core stability by strengthening the wrist, forearms, and abdominal muscles while stretching the upper back. Learning the Crow pose will not only improve your mobility and coordination, but it will also enhance the awareness of where your body is at the moment.

Chair Pose (Utkatasana)

Utkatasana Utkatasana Chair Pose efficiently works the muscles around your limbs and has an additional benefit for stimulating the diaphragm and heart. This pose strengthens the thighs, calves and ankles. Recommended for people who have flat feet problems.