Tummo or Inner Heat Yoga

Tummo, also know as the Inner Heat Yoga or Psychic Heat Yoga, is one of 6 Yogas of Naropa. Monks in Tibet practice Tummo and they are famous for drying wet sheet on their bodies in the middle of the

Bhastrika Pranayama

Bhastrika pranayama – Bellows in English; gets the name from being similar to an iron smith’s bellows and how they sound and the way they force air onto a fire or furnace to make it heat up hot and fast.

Five Tibetan Rites Yoga

The Five Tibetan Rites yoga is considered to be based on Buddhism and can be defined as a union of the three essences of life such as the mind, the body and the spirit. The lamas of Tibet have been

Basic Asanas

‘Yoga’ is a Sanskrit word which means ‘union’ – the union of our mind, body and spirit. To learn yoga and achieve physical and mental excellence, this scientific system requires discipline and obedience to certain rules. Yoga can be rightly

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Sun Salutation

Sun Salutation, also known by its original name Surya Namaskara, is one of the most popular asanas in the western yoga culture. The Sun Salutation also is a great yoga routine because all of the poses can have different levels

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Benefits of Yoga

The term “yoga” means to unite the spirit, body and the mind. The most important goals while following a yoga lifestyle are training the mind and body besides connecting with the One spiritually. The physical component of yoga is known

Alternate Breathing

Some pranayama breathing practices use alternate breathing techniques where air is exhaled and inhaled though only though right or the left nostril with each inhale or exhale. Alternate breathing practices can be very good for helping to balance out each

Buddhist Yoga

Buddhism and Yoga are initially practiced on 2 different countries, one from China and the other from India, but the two are actually “sister” traditions as they hold the same spiritual culture. They have many terms used that are the