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Ten Asanas to Master in YTT Course

For new students hoping to learn Yoga in India, there are many confusing options. The research takes a lot of time and the suggestion varies with different teachers and Yoga types. In this article, we suggest ten Yoga poses a student must master in the Yoga Teacher Training Course.

Tadasana (Mountain Pose): Tadasana is the beginning pose for all standing asanas. Therefore, mastering it is crucial. It involves all the major muscles of the body and aims to stretch the limb muscles in order to regulate blood flow.


Mayurasana Pose

Mayurasana (Peacock Pose): An ancient Hatha Yoga Style 

Mayurasana is one of the ancient yoga forms in Hatha yoga. Generally, the Mayurasana word is a mixture of two words “ Mayur” that belongs to peacock and “Asana” which refers to posture. This is traditional and non-seated asana. This asana looks like in a manner that peacock walks around with its feathers downward steadily. Usually, in this asana practitioner body uplift similar to holding a horizontal rode on the floor with your palms the same time body is supported through elbows. This asana posture looks so complicated but it is not so. If this is done in a proper manner following guidelines you can do it perfectly. Here, in this article, I will explain all the steps of doing Mayurasana and its amazing benefits.


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Yoga in Rishikesh

Yoga is something which has been associated with Rishikesh for decades now. A perfect environment always adds to the benefits of practicing this ancient Indian art form. The calming water of the holy Ganga, the Himalayas staring from a distance and the culture in Rishikesh is really a sight behold for any traveller. We’ve been hearing a lot of stories from our students traveling from abroad to study Yoga in Rishikesh. They are mainly of an opinion that Yoga which is practiced in western countries especially emphasizes the fitness aspect of the body but here in Rishikesh, it’s a different story altogether. A whole new transformation is what one experiences when the mind, body and soul start working in tandem. At the Rishikesh Yoga Association, Yoga practice is carried on. Rishikesh Yttc is the best Yoga Teacher Training Center In India.


Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)

Like other yoga asanas, it is necessary to keep your stomach and bowels empty when you practice this asana. Make sure before you practice there should be a gap of at least four to six hours between your meal. It will give you enough time to digest your food and generate enough energy for your practice.

Also, mornings are the ideal time to practice this Asana. If you don’t have time to practice in the morning you can also do it in the evening as it also a good time to practice this asana. more


Sirsasana (Headstand)

In Sanskrit “Sir” means “Head”, “Asana” means “Posture”. The English name of this asana is “Head stand”. Position : Supine Type : Balancing Spiritual Awareness : Sahasrar chakra Physical Awareness : On maintaining balance of the body Dosha Suitability : Kapha Introducery Asanas : Sarvangasana, Adho Mukha Svanasana, Uttanasana, Virasana Procedure: 1. Stage I: Sit in vajrasana. Close the eyes and relax the whole body. After a few minutes, open the eyes, bend forward and place the forearms on a folded blanket with the fingers interlocked and the elbows in front of the knees. The distance between the elbows should be in such a way that they form an equilateral triangle between the interlocked fingers and the elbows. Place the crown of the head on the blanket between.

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