- The history of yoga
A brief look into the evolution of yoga
- The science behind yoga
Researchers have begun to gather objective scientific evidence on the ...
- Specific yogasanas for mental illness
The different yogasanas have a unique way of alleviating symptoms ...
- Increasing gray matter in your brain – naturally!
Yoga can help you improve your brain functioning in a ...
- How does self-discipline help in yoga practice
"Yoga is controlling the modifications of the mind.” - Patanjali ...
- Yoga vs Exercise
In addition to the benefits of exercise, yoga promotes peace, ...
- Excuses we make to avoid yoga
A list of the most common excuses people gave us ...
- Five yoga apps to help you practice better
Practice on the move or in the comfort of your ...
- Interview: Therapeutic effects of yoga
Yoga’s effects on the brain can help in treating mental ...
- Four paths of yoga
Though the four paths of yoga seem to be completely ...
- Should caregivers include yoga into their daily activities?
Studies indicate that reducing the burden of caregivers through therapies ...
Yoga and Mind
Dr B N Gangadhar, Director & Vice Chancellor, NIMHANS talks about how yoga enhances mind-body balance.
Yoga has helped me manage my illness better
Piyush Patel who was diagnosed with schizophrenia talks about how yoga has helped him
Self-discipline is key to practising yoga
You can reap the full benefits of yoga with disciplined practice
Five yoga apps to help you practice better
If you don't have the time to go to a yoga class, these apps can guide your session
“Healthy plants and trees yield abundant flowers and fruits. Similarly, from a healthy person, smiles and happiness shine forth like the rays of the sun.” - B K S Iyengar, Founder of 'Iyengar Yoga'
“Rid your body of its impurities, let your speech be true and sweet, feel friendship for the world, and with humility seek wealth and knowledge.” - T Krishnamacharya, Father of Modern Yoga
“Yoga is possible for anybody who really wants it. Yoga is universal…. But don’t approach yoga with a business mind looking for worldly gain.” - Pattabhi Jois, Ashtanga Yogacharya