Wild Thing Pose (Camatkarasana)

Wild Thing Pose Camatkarasana Wild Thing‘s Sanskrit name “Camatkarasana” translates to “The ecstatic unfolding of the enraptured heart.” It is a fun posture to stretch the chest and shoulders while developing balance. Wild Thing pose is said to bring feelings of love, peace, and self-confidence from its ability to activate the heart chakra.

Warrior III Pose (Virabhadrasana III)

Warrior III Pose Virabhadrasana III Warrior III Pose is a dynamic balancing Yoga posture that improves balance throughout the entire body by working all the muscles throughout the arms, abdominal area, and legs. Warrior III improves posture, and full-body coordination by the way it toughens the entire back muscles, including the shoulders, hamstrings, calves, and […]

Tree Pose (Vrksasana)

Tree Pose Vrksasana The Tree Pose is considered to be the first standing balance pose taught to yoga beginners since it is the simplest pose. This is good for strengthening your core and legs as you open your hips and then stretch your groin muscles and inner thighs.

Supported Shoulderstand Pose (Salamba Sarvangasana)

Supported Shoulderstand Pose Salamba Sarvangasana Supported Shoulderstand Pose greatly stretches your neck and shoulders which results to sending more blood to your brain. This pose helps in reducing fatigue and can be calming. It is noteworthy to remember that there are serious risks associated in this pose; thus, a proper, correct, and safe set-up should be […]

Supported Headstand Pose (Salamba Sirsasana)

Supported Headstand Pose Salamba Sirsasana Supported Headstand Pose needs a solid upper body strength, a flexible spine and shoulders, and long hamstrings when performed. This is good in developing core strength and challenging your whole body which will then result to an improved balance.

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 […]

Side Crane/Crow Pose (Parsva Bakasana)

Side Crane (Crow) Pose Parsva Bakasana Side Crane (Crow) Pose is defined as an arm balancing posture which considerably builds arm strength and enhances balance. This pose is best to tone abdominal muscles; stretch the spine; improve core strength and concentration; strengthen the arms and wrists; and promote mental and physical coordination.

Shoulder-Pressing Pose (Bhujapidasana)

Shoulder-Pressing Pose Bhujapidasana Shoulder-Pressing Pose is a balancing posture which helps in building core strength and upper body, as well as improving balance. This may be a challenging posture for beginners because of the strength needed from your arm or shoulder, as well as the flexibility that is required.

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.