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Urdhva Upavistha KonasanaUpavistha konasana is a seated forward bend that requires flexibility. From a seated position, the legs are spread wide and the upper body folds forward. In addition to a range of physical benefits, this pose calms the mind and the nervous system.The term comes from the Sanskrit upavistha,  meaning “seated” or “sitting, ” kona, meaning “angle, ” and asana, meaning “pose” or “posture.”The common English name for upavistha konasana is wide angle seated forward bend. It is also sometimes referred to as simply seated angle pose.Traditionally, upavistha konasana is thought to activate the second chakra,  svadisthana, thereby opening the center of creativity, pleasure and enjoyment. Practicing this pose opens the mind to new possibilities while encouraging self-acceptance. As with other forward bends, upavistha konasana quiets the mind.Upavistha konasana is a foundational pose in many schools of yoga and part of the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. It prepares the body for other seated forward bends and twists, as well as for the wide-legged standing asanas. Often performed following this asana is the related pose,  urdhva upavistha konasana(upward wide angle seated forward bend), in which the legs are lifted off the ground.If you can't straighten your legs while holding onto your feet, keep your knees bent or loop a strap or belt around each foot.To help find your balance with straightened legs and straight spine, position a blanket roll just behind your pelvis, this will help support your lower back and help your balance. ↑         Precaution of urdhva upavistha konasanaHamstring or groin pull or tear.Lower-back injury.Herniated disk.        Procedure of urdhva upavistha konasanaYou can start by sitting in Baddha Konasana.Hook your first two fingers around your big toes.Exhale and tilt back, balancing on your sit bones.Inhale and straighten your legs.Keep your legs active and the kneecaps pulled up.Keep your chest lifted and open, shoulders down and your spine extended.        Benefits of urdhva upavistha konasanaImproves balance.Strengthens and tones the abs, spine and legs.Massage the entire spinal column.Stimulates the internal organs. ________________________________________________________________________________Best Yoga Courses in Uttar Pradesh | Best Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Top Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Best Yoga Center in Kanpur | Top Yoga Center in Kanpur | Best Yoga Courses in Kanpur | Yoga Teacher Courses in Kanpur | Sadhak Anshit | Yoga Classes By Sadhak Anshit | Sadhak Anshit Yoga Classes
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Urdhva Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana – Re-Energize Your BodyYoga offers more than just physical results. The benefits of yoga go far and beyond improving flexibility. Every Asana stimulates all the energy points in the body, improves blood circulation, detoxifies the body and balances hormones.How to do Urdhva Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana / Revolved Knee to Head Pose?1. Begin with Dandasana / Staff Pose.2. Bend your right knee and place your right foot on the floor.3. Lift your right foot off the floor and hold it with your left hand.4. Exhale and bend your torso forward.5. Place your right shoulder under the back of your right knee.6. Inhale and straighten your right leg while holding your right foot with your left hand.7. Extend your right leg to the right. Place your right hand on the floor so that the upper arm is against the hamstring of your extended leg. Push your arm into the leg as you continue to extend it.8. Rotate your torso towards the left and straighten your spine.9. Turn your head to the right and look up.10. Stay in this pose for 3 to 6 long breaths.To come out of this pose, release your foot and sit in Dandasana / Staff Pose.Repeat the sequence on your other side for the same length of time.Benefits of Urdhva Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana / Revolved Knee to Head PoseCalms the mind.Relieves stress, anxiety and fatigue.Stretches the spine, shoulders, arms and hamstrings.Improves flexibility.Massages abdominal organs – liver and kidneys.Stimulates the ovaries and uterus.Relieves menstrual discomfort.Improves digestion.Recommended for people with high blood pressure, infertility, insomnia, and sinusitis.Who should avoid Urdhva Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana / Revolved Knee to Head Pose?Anyone suffering from severe back, neck, leg or shoulder injuries; asthma, diarrhea, headache.Feel free to leave your questions or suggestions in the comments section below.I wish all the readers a very happy & healthy life!________________________________________________________________________________Best Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Top Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Best Yoga Center in Kanpur | Top Yoga Center in Kanpur | Best Yoga Courses in Kanpur | Yoga Teacher Courses in Kanpur | Sadhak Anshit | Yoga Classes By Sadhak Anshit | Sadhak Anshit Yoga Classes
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Urdhva Kukkutasana – upward rooster posture:Urdhva means upwards, kukkut means a rooster. There are several ways to come into this posture like headstand and handstand, but for the ones who have a tight lotus posture (padmasana) the best way to do the posture is from utpluthih, the steps for the same is described below.Steps:Sit in lotus posture (padmasana).Place your hands by the sides of your thigh and lift your body up into utpluthih.Inhale and swing your knees back and place it on the upper arm, trying to bring the knees as close to the armpits as possible.Stay here for as long as possible and then swigh your knee back into utpluthih.Benefits:Its a good stretch for the hips and the spine.It helps in strengthening the wrists and arms.It strengthens and tones various muscles and organs in the abdominal region.Contraindications:PregnancyCarpal tunnel syndromeHigh blood pressureHeart diseaseCerebral thrombosisKnee and ankle injuryBest Yoga Classes in India | Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Classes in India | Top Yoga Teacher in India | Sadhak Anshit Yoga Classes | Best Corporate Yoga Workshop in India | Top Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Best Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Free Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Best Yoga Teacher in Kanpur | Yoga For Weight loss in Kanpur | Power Yoga in Kanpur | Yoga Classes By Sadhak Anshit | yoga in Kanpur | Spondylitis yoga in Kanpur | best home yoga trainer in Kanpur | group yoga classes in Kanpur | yoga for diabetes in Kanpur | Best yoga products | Best yoga news in Kanpur | Kanpur yoga, yoga in Kanpur | yoga in up | best yoga instructor in Kanpur | best yoga institute in Uttar Pradesh | yoga in Kanpur | Good yoga teachers in Kanpur | best yoga courses in Uttar Pradesh | yoga university in up | yoga college in Kanpur | Kanpur yoga colleges | yoga institute in Uttar Pradesh | best yoga Center in India | best yoga institute in India | best yoga teacher in India | eminent personality in yoga | best yoga teachers in world | Best yoga teacher in Asia | best yoga training institute in India| yoga teachers training program | yoga international training program | best yoga classes in kanpur | best yogic dietitian center in Kanpur | best dietitian in Kanpur | best yoga diet charts | Best yoga nutrition specialist in Kanpur | Best meditation classes in Kanpur | Top meditation classes in Kanpur | Best meditation sessions in Kanpur | Meditation teacher training courses in Kanpur | osho meditation courses | meditation classes in up | Best meditation Center in India | meditation in India | meditation masters in India | yoga mystic in India | Best Indian yoga teachers | classes of yoga in Kanpur | Indian yoga | Chakra meditation in Kanpur | Kundalini Jagran in Kanpur | Best yoga Classes in India | Astrology teachers in India | Kanpur yoga classes | best yoga instructor in Kanpur | best yoga news in India | Sadhak Anshit | Vipassana meditation center | best back pain therapy in Kanpur | prenatal yoga in Kanpur | Best Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Kanpur | Best Yoga Teacher Courses in Kanpur | Best Yoga Courses in Kanpur
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उपविष्ठ कोणासन (Upavistha Konasana) – जानिए इसे करने का तरीका और इस आसन से मिलने वाले लाभ उपविष्ठ कोणासन को वाइड एंगल सीटेड फॉरवर्ड बेंड पोज़ भी कहा जाता है। यह आसन बैठकर झुकने और योगा ट्विस्ट के लिए एक अच्छी प्रारंभिक मुद्रा है। जैसा की हम सभी जानते है की योग शरीर के समग्र स्वास्थ्य में सुधार के लिए एक साधन है। माना जाता है कि यह मन, शरीर और आत्मा को जोड़ने में मदद करता है। साथ ही यह रोगो से भी दूर रखने में मददगार है। आज हम आपको ऐसे ही एक फायदेमंद आसन उपविष्ठ कोणासन के बारे में बता रहे है। यह पेट व पेडू को स्वस्थ रखता है तथा ग्रोइन में खिचाव लाता है। इस आसन को नियमित करने से मुख्य मांसपेशियां सक्रिय होती हैं। यह गठिया को ठीक करने और राहत देने में सहायक है। तो चलिए जानते है Upavistha Konasana को करने का आसान तरीका तथा इसके महत्वपूर्ण फायदे। उपविष्ठ कोणासन करने की विधि: उपविष्ठ कोणासन को करने के लिए सबसे पहले बैठ जाइए, फिर पैरों को फैला लीजिये और पैरों को इस तरह फैलाये की जैसे वे आपके श्रोणि(Pelvic) के साथ 90 डिग्री का कोण बनाये। अपने पंजो को सीधा रखे और उंगलियों को अंदर की और मोड़े। इससे आपको अपनी पीठ के निचले हिस्से में एक कर्व महसूस होगा। यदि आप इसे नहीं कर पा रहे है तो प्राॅप का इस्तेमाल कर सकते है| आप फोम के तकिया पर बैठ जाये, इससे आपके पेल्विस में स्थिरता आएगी और नीचे की और झुकने में आसानी होगी। अपने हथेलियों को फर्श पर रखें, और इसे उस तरह रखना है की जिससे यह आपके कूल्हों के पीछे रहे। लम्बी और गहरी श्वास ले। श्वास इस तरह ले की आपका शरीर हल्का लगे और स्पाइन में जगह खाली प्रतीत हो। इस स्थिति में कुछ सेकंड तक रुके जब तक आपके पैरों में खिचाव अच्छा लग रहा हो। अब अपने पीठ के निचले हिस्से को सहारा दे। पेट से हवा को लेते हुए सांसो को छोड़े। फिर धीरे धीरे हाथों को सामने की तरफ लाये। जितना ज्यादा लम्बी आप सांस ले सकते है उतना ज्यादा शरीर को स्ट्रेच करे। आपको अपनी रीढ़ की हड्डी को तब तक स्ट्रेच करना है जब तक आप कर सके। जब आप असुविधाजनक महसूस करने लगे तब श्वास को रोके। लंबे और गहरी सांस लें और कोशिश करे की आप एक मिनट के लिए इस मुद्रा में रुक सके। फिर श्वास छोड़ते हुए वापस सामान्य स्थिति में आ जाये। अपने घुटनों को मोड़ लें और अपने पैरों को एक साथ कर ले। सावधानिया: यदि आपके पीठ के निचले हिस्से में दर्द हो तो आप इस आसन को करते समय एक कंबल या एक ब्लॉक पर बैठें। उपविष्ठ कोणासन के फायदे: यह आसन पैरों के अंदरूनी भाग और पैरों के पीछे एक अच्छा खिंचाव देता है I उपविष्ठ कोणासन करने से पेट के अंग टोंड होते है। इसे नियमित करने से रीढ़ की हड्डी में मजबूती आती है। यह आसन पैर चौड़े करके खड़े होने वाले आसन को करने में मदद करता है? उपविष्ठ कोणासन गुर्दों को डेटॉक्स भी करता है और आपके हैमस्ट्रिंग को स्ट्रेच करता है। यह आसन आपके शरीर को आराम पहुँचाता है और आपके दिमाग को भी शांति प्रदान करता है| Best Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Best Yoga Courses in Kanpur | Best Yoga Teacher in Kanpur | Top Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Top Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Top Yoga Courses in Kanpur | Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Kanpur | Yoga Classes By Sadhak Anshit | Sadhak Anshit Yoga Classes | Yoga Classes in Kanpur
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How To Do The Garudasana And What Are Its Benefits:Garudasana or Eagle Pose is an asana. Sanskrit: गरुडासनGaruda is the Sanskrit term for eagle. Indian mythology suggests that Garuda was the king of all birds. This bird not only served as the vehicle of Lord Vishnu but was also a frontrunner when it came to fighting against demons. Garuda also means devour. Being an old representation of the mythical phoenix, they say that the Garuda identifies itself with the “all-consuming fire of the sun’s rays”.What You Should Know Before You Do The AsanaThis asana must be done only on an empty stomach. You need to make sure to have your meals four to six hours before your practice and give your body enough time to digest your food. Ideally, there needs to be a 10-12 hour gap between your meals and your practice, which is why it is best advised to practice this asana early in the morning. However, owing to busy schedules, a lot of people find it hard to work out in the morning. Such people may practice yoga in the evening. Your bowels also must be clean when you practice this asana.GarudasanaLevel: BasicStyle: VinyasaDuration: 15-30 secondsRepetition: Once on each legStretches: Shoulders, Thighs, Hips, Ankles, Calves, Upper backStrengthens: Ankles, CalvesHow To Do The GarudasanaStand erect. Gently bend your right knee, and wrap your left leg around your right, such that the knees are stacked over each other. Your left foot must touch your right shin.Raise your arms to the shoulder height and wrap your right hand around your left. Ensure that your elbows are bent at 90-degree angles and are also stacked.Strike a balance in the pose as you gently bring down your hips. Your knees must move towards the midline instead of leaning to one side.Hold the pose for a few seconds. Breathe deeply and slowly. Focus on the third eye, and let go of your negative emotions.Release the pose, switch the limbs, and repeat the pose.Precautions And ContraindicationsThese are some points of caution you must keep in mind before you do this asana.It is best to avoid this asana if you have had a recent ankle, knee, or elbow injury.Pregnant women must seek medical consent before they practice this asana.Beginner’s TipsAs beginners, you might find it difficult to tangle your arms around each other. To make it easier, stretch your arms out, such that they are parallel to the floor. Hold onto the ends of a strap. Now, as you hold on to the strap tightly, try and wrap your hands into position.You might also find it hard to latch your raised foot behind the standing leg’s calf. Until you get comfortable, press the big toe of the raised leg instead of the whole foot. This will help you maintain balance.Advanced Pose VariationTo deepen the pose, once you have assumed the posture, lean forward, and nudge your forearms into the thigh of the top leg. Hold for a few seconds. Then, come back up. Repeat the asana with the other leg.The Benefits Of Eagle PoseThis asana helps to stretch the thighs, hips, upper back, and shoulders.It helps you focus and also improves your ability to balance.The calf muscles get strengthened with this asana.It also helps to relieve pain associated with rheumatism and sciatica.It helps to make the back, legs, and hips more flexible.This asana also works as a stress buster.The Science Behind The GarudasanaWhen you do this asana, it is likely that you feel constricted. But when you master it, your body feels like it is ‘riding in the wind’, just like an eagle. The term ‘riding in the wind’ refers to a flow of energy in any situation. This flow, or energy, helps you become steady, stable, and spacious in the midst of a challenging situation, without any barriers. Resisting makes you tired, and you are tempted to give up. If you give up or resist while you are in this asana, you will most likely lose your balance. But if you do this asana with an open mind and great courage, you will overcome the obstacles and have a constant flow of positive energy through your mind and body.Preparatory Poses•Adho Mukha Svanasana•Gomukhasana•Prasarita Padottanasana•Supta Virasana•Supta Baddha Konasana•Upavistha Konasana•Virasana•VrikshasanaFollow-Up Poses•Gomukhasana•Utkatasana•Adho Mukha Vrikshasana•SirsasanaNow that you know how to do the Garudasana correctly, what are you waiting for? This asana is meant to devour fear, ego, and doubt so that you can make way for positive intentions. Practicing this asana regularly makes you strong and focused, just like the mighty Eagle.------------------------------------------------------------Best Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Top Yoga Center in Kanpur | Best Yoga Center in Kanpur | Yoga Classes in Kanpur | Sadhak Anshit | Yoga Classes by Sadhak Anshit
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