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Yoga Every Damn Day As a part of A to Z April Blogging challenge, I am going to post a series of Yoga poses. Don't worry I will keep it simple and crisp... and try not to make it boring. {All pictures are mine, clicked by my dear husband}

Today, let's just relax. Breathe in the freshness, exhale the negativity ... and let your mind wander into peaceful territory.


This mudra is called Gyan Mudra, known to impart happiness, intellectual development and sharpens memory.

While finishing of my Yoga sequence, I sit in padmasana, make an imaginary ball of all the stress ... and exhale out ... imagining the ball drifting away. I know how weird it sounds :P but it actually helps.

Day 13 - Mermaid Pose
Day 14 - Navasana
Day 16 - Pigeon Pose
Day 17 - Quietude
Day 19 - Yoga @ sunrise
Day 20 - Trikonasana
Day 22 - Vrikshanana
Day 23 - Wild thing

25 comments:

  1. Now this is one that I can (and do) use!

    http://findingeliza.com/

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  2. After reading through your A-Z posts and your instagram and FB (you know I have liked every pic over there and hoped on to the blog to see what assan it was)I truly feel that I need to get back into YOGA. Can you be my teacher? I am eagerly awaiting to see your Z. Btw, I am back to the blogging world after a long time. I just posted my first post :). Feels weird.

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    1. so happy to see you on my blog Harini :D yeah yeah I see you on Instagram,. Thank you so much for that :D I am myself learning yoga and trying to get poses right :D Just read your post :D

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  3. Yep, this really does help. The feeling of calmness and relaxation is unbeatable.
    *Shantala @ ShanayaTales*

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    1. that's very true :D thank for stopping by

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  4. I'm so glad I caught up with your blog. Obviously I'm going to have to go back and catch up on a whole bunch of poses. I'll do that at the end of April--I'm sure going to need the yoga then!

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    1. thank you so much :D Hope you like the series :D

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  5. I'm so glad I caught up with your blog. Obviously I'm going to have to go back and catch up on a whole bunch of poses. I'll do that at the end of April--I'm sure going to need the yoga then!

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  6. The imaginary ball of stress sounds great, must try visualising it drift away.

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    1. it helps in relaxation. Do try it :D

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  7. Looks so peaceful. Now this one I can do :)

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    1. hehehe hope it would help :D thank you Suzy

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  8. Ah, I can't wait to check back and forwards on these posts thank you so much Rajlakshmi.

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  9. I wish I had done yoga back when I was working. Then I could have used some wonderful yoga techniques to tune out the morons at meetings.

    @msdeniseh553
    Life After Retirement - My Russian Adventure

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    1. hahahaha :D well you can still try it :D

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  10. Exhale-Inhale does work always..it is a great tip to lead a stress free life!

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  11. I would have loved to see a photo of you doing padmasana pose Raj, though I have a challenge sitting that way - just googled it - as my knees go way high! However, I can certainly do the mudra: easy as pie! ;) <3

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    1. hehehe I would try to post one soon... after the challenge is over. :D Thank you :D

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  12. This is my favorite in the morning. Gyan Mudra and just breathe. Excellent for calming nerves and re-centering.

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    1. yeah ... makes me forget everything for that one moment ;)

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  13. Sounds good and this is something that I need and can do too :)

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  14. This is one move I can do! Good to release negativity. ☺

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