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How To Scorpion / Pose du scorpion

22 Feb

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26 Bikram Yoga Poses

15 Dec

Consisting of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises, Bikram Yoga positions focuses on 100% of the human body, working from the inside out. The 26 Bikram yoga poses invigorate by stimulating the organs, glands, and nerves; each pose helping to move fresh oxygen through the body. Continued practice of the Bikram poses strengthens, heals, and balances the human body while preventing future illness and injury. Best of all, this beginning series is suitable for yogis of any shape and size, at any age. “Within you and nearly every human being lie hidden forces and latent power.  It is for you to bring out this latent power and become your real self and then you will compel success on any path you take interest in.” -Bishnu Charan Ghosh

Standing deep breathing: Pranayama

Standing deep breathing: Pranayama

Half Moon Pose :

Half Moon Pose : Ardha Chandrasana (Sanskrit)

Hands To Feet: Pada Hasthasana

Hands To Feet: Pada Hasthasana

Awkward Pose : utkatasana

Awkward Pose: Utkatasana

Eagle Pose: Garurasana

Eagle Pose: Garurasana

Standing Head to Knee Pose: Dandayamana-Janushirasana

Standing Head to Knee Pose: Dandayamana-Janushirasana

Standing Bow Pose: Dandayamana-Dhanurasana

Standing Bow Pose: Dandayamana-Dhanurasana

Balancing Stick Pose: Tuladandasana

Balancing Stick Pose: Tuladandasana

Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose: Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimotthanasana

Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose: Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimotthanasana

Triangle Pose: Trikanasana

Triangle Pose: Trikanasana

Standing Separate Leg Head to Knee Pose: Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana

Standing Separate Leg Head to Knee Pose: Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana

Tree Pose: Tadasana

Tree Pose: Tadasana

Toe Stand: Padangustasana

Toe Stand: Padangustasana

Corpse Pose: Savasana

Corpse Pose: Savasana

Wind Removing Pose: Pavanamuktasana

Wind Removing Pose: Pavanamuktasana

Sit-Up

Sit-Up

Cobra Pose

Cobra Pose: Bhujangasana

Locust Pose

Locust Pose: Salabhasana

Full Locust

Full Locust: Poorna salabhasana

Floor Bow Pose

Floor Bow Pose: Dhanurasana

Fixed Firm Pose

Fixed Firm Pose: Supta-Vajrasana

Half Tortoise Pose

Half Tortoise Pose: Ardha-Kurmasana

Camel Pose

Camel Pose: Ustrasana

Rabbit Pose

Rabbit Pose: Sasangasana

Head to Knee Pose

Head to Knee Pose: Janushirasana

Stretching Pose

Stretching Pose: Paschimottanasana

Spine Twisting Pose

Spine Twisting Pose: Ardha-Matsyendrasana

Blowing In Firm

Blowing In Firm: Kapalbhati-In-Vajrasana

via26 Bikram Yoga Poses |Bikram Yoga Vancouver.

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Kristin McGee: Yoga Poses for a Winter Glow

10 Nov

Winter months can wreak havoc on our skin. The cold temperatures, dry indoor heat and stress of the holidays all can add to inflammation and skin problems. Yoga to the rescue! Yoga gives us a youthful glow and can help restore our skin during this time of year.

Have you ever noticed how your skin just seems to shine after a yoga practice? Sun salutations, forward bends and inversions all help improve circulation and blood flow. Our skin is our largest organ and getting our body moving is one of the best ways to nourish it.

Stress can be one of the leading contributors to skin problems. The deep breathing we use while we practice yoga boosts oxygen in our body and can help relax the nervous system. Regularly practicing yoga can help calm us down, which can help reduce the inflammation and stress that speed up the aging of our skin.

Try this “yoga glow” routine to nourish your skin from within! You can do this short routine before bed or first thing in the morning as part of your skin care routine.

Child's Pose

Child’s Pose – Brings blood flow to the face and calms our mind. Imagine dropping all of the contents of your brain into the mat and say bye bye to stressful thoughts and your to-do list. Take five to eight deep full breaths.

Downward Facing Dog

Downward Facing Dog – Gets the blood pumping throughout our entire body and releases tension in our head, neck, shoulders, lower back and hamstrings. Breathe here for five to eight full breaths.

Standing Straddle Forward Bend

Standing Straddle Forward Bend – Oxygenates the body and allows the weight of the world to fall off our backs and shoulders. Stay here for eight to 10 breaths.

Plow Pose

Plow Pose – Awesome way to relieve tension in the lower back and bring blood flow to the face.

Shoulder Stand

Shoulder Stand – Great for letting the blood flow in reverse and stimulating lymph. Stagnant lymph (many of us deal with stagnation during the winter months) can lead to all kinds of skin issues, including wrinkles and acne. Stay here for up to 3-5 minutes.

Corpse Pose

Corpse Pose – If you have time, lie still for a few minutes and let your entire body rest to fully reduce all stress and tension in the body. Focus on relaxing the skin on the face, the jaw, the brow and across your collar bones and decolletage.

viaKristin McGee: Yoga Poses for a Winter Glow.

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Let’s strike a pose! / Hop, on prend la pose!

14 Jun
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