Yoga Postures – Basics

Get familiarized with our Yoga’s Way before plunging into a routine action!

The standing postures indicate the necessity of keeping the sternum and the spine elongated and the chest and back ribs widened. Expanded chest means more circulation of oxygen.

The life force viz prana propels everything !

Steady body with oxygen flow aided by meditating mental focus eases our being in which the inner voice of the Antaryami Brahman viz Lord Krishna, the incomparable, unique Narayana will be mellifluously heard!

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Yoga Postures – Basics (Step by Step)

Published by Ramya Varadharajan

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