Yoga

Discover the relaxing art of Yoga with our Yoga Expert Neelanjana Bharadwaj

The Warrior 3 Pose is a standing balance which requires tremendous focus, strength and a lot of balance. Using a chair as a prop can help in improving your balancing skills. Props Required:- Chair, 1 blanket Organising the Pose:- 1. Stand in Tadasana, on the side of the chair, spread the legs...
Parivrtta means revolved, Parshva means Side, Kona means angle so the revolved triangle pose, when done using a chair as a prop is a supported twist making it easier to hold this pose for longer with the right alignment. Props Required:- Chair, 1-2 blankets, a block or cushion Organising the Pose:- 1....
Parivrtta means revolved, trikona means triangle so the revolved triangle pose, when done using a chair as a prop is a supported twist making it easier to rotate the spine from the pelvis to the neck. Props Required:- Chair, 1-2 blankets Organising the Pose:- 1. Stand in Tadasana, spread the legs 4...
Parivrtta means revolved, janushirsha means head to knee and asana is pose. When this pose is done using a chair, placed against a wall, it ensures more stability and can be practiced by beginners or advanced practitioners to find more depth. Props Required:- Chair, 1-2  blankets Organising the Pose:- 1. Start by...
Ardha means half, Chandra means moon and asana is seat. Ardhachandrasana is a standing balance pose which works on balance, core and leg strength. Beginners can practice using a chair to understand the pose and the alignment of the pelvis. Props Required:- Chair, 1-2  blankets Organising the Pose:- 1. Start by standing...
Warrior 2 is one of the most commonly taught and practiced yoga poses and is one of the first standing poses taught to beginners.  The supported version of this pose is helpful for those with balance issues or nursing   knee, hip or ankle injuries. Props Required:- Chair, 1-2  blankets...
Warrior 2 is one of the most commonly taught and practiced yoga poses and is one of the first standing poses taught to beginners.  The supported version of this pose is helpful for those with balance issues or nursing   knee, hip or ankle injuries. Props Required:- Chair, 1-2  blankets Organising...
Standing Forward Bend is very quieting to your nervous system if you find a prop that is high enough so you can do the pose without feeling an uncomfortable stretch in your hamstrings. Props Required:- Chair, 1-2  blankets/ pillow Organising the Pose:- 1. Start by facing a chair, with the seat of...
Supported head to knee pose is a deeply restorative forward bend which is relaxing and calming. Props Required P:- 1x bolster, 2x blocks , 2x blankets Organising the Pose 1. Sit in Dandasana and bend the right leg, bringing the sole of the foot to touch the inner thigh of the left...
Ardha means half and  Hala means plough and this restorative version can be used as a wonderful counter to a strong backbend. Props Required:- Chair, 3-4 blankets, bolster/ pillow Organising the Pose:- 1. Stack 3 blankets on a mat as this will be used under the shoulders to act as a lift...