Post Archive by Month: April,2019

Bikram Posture #7 – Balancing Stick

The Balancing Stick Pose, also known as Tuladandasana, is one of the most beautiful, poised, and impressive forms to look upon. This pose is the perfect expression of pose and core strength, and it helps us identify any areas in our core or legs where we may need some extra strengthening work. In a Bikram Yoga class, the instructors will

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Bikram posture #5 – Standing Head to Knee Pose

Bikram Posture Standing Head to Knee Pose: Dandayamana Janushirasana Standing head to knee pose works all of the major muscle groups, helping to build strength, concentration and uniformity in the body. Many beginners and experts alike find it intimidating; practice and patience will however help you to master this posture. Tips: Be determined, don’t let your thoughts intimidate you and

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Bikram Posture #4 – Eagle

Bikram Posture – Eagle There is perhaps no pose as visually striking as the Eagle Pose, also known as the Gaurasana. This pose draws the entire body in to centre and creates a pillar-like silhouette that shows strength, balance, and form. The eagle pose is often used to demonstrate the many benefits one attains from practicing Bikram Yoga because of

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Bikram Posture #3 – Awkward

The Bikram Posture Awkward: Strengthens and firms all the muscles of thighs calves and hips. Makes hip joints more flexible Firms Upper arms Increases circulation to knee and ankle joints Relieves arthritis and rheumatism. Helps with slipped disc and lumbago of the lower spine Requires laser like concentration Focus on your core Calls for great stamina and focus Part 1

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Bikram Posture #2 Part 2 – Hands to Feet

The Bikram Yoga posture Hands to Feet is the initial warm up where you bend your knees & place hands on the floor in front of you, wiggling your hips from side to side serves as a diagnostic tool telling you how tight you are and where. This technique is also therapeutic as it will help loosen up ankles, knees

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