Dropbacks are probably the most challenging part of the Ashtanga primary series; apart from being a benchmark for progress in the physical aspect of your practice, it requires the practitioner to go beyond the physical and the mental boundaries set by oneself. It isn’t surprising that Dropbacks are perceived to be a threshold to determine … Continue reading Turning Drop backs from “Mission Impossible” to “Mission Possible”
Mala in Sanskrit corresponds to “garland”, which in the yogic meditative sense refers to a chain of beads joined at the ends to form a wreath. On observing the intricacies of a Japa Mala one would notice specifics like the number of beads in the Mala which would typically be 108 or its divisors like … Continue reading Breath, the exquisite string that holds the beads in a YogaMala..
“Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up.”— Pablo Picasso As humans, we are blessed with boundless capacity to be creative and imaginative, ever wondered from where do we get our great ideas or the sudden spark of insight that drives us towards achieving and inventing incredible things … Continue reading Yoga….The cup of joe for a Creative soul!
Backbends have always been my all time favourite amongst all the supine movements. I love backbends, for the feeling of expansion it brings from within while letting you to breathe deeply. The energetic & lively feeling carried throughout the day after a back bending session has always been indelible to me. Tracing back to most … Continue reading The Back Bending Dilemma –dedicated to the flexible & not so flexible spines…