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Shoulder stand Sarvāngāsana -is known as the Mother of yoga postures.

Sarvāngāsana (shoulder stand) is known as the Mother of yoga postures. The Mother creates happiness and health in the home—likewise, this posture creates happiness and health in the body. This is why it is called Sarvāngāsana—sarvā means everything and angā means limbs. Therefore, it transliterates as the posture that is good for every aspect and…

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Chakrasana, Urdhva Dhanurasana or Wheel pose (Benefits)

Chakrasana, Urdhva Dhanurasana or Wheel pose Benefits of Chakrasana (wheel pose) Strengthens the liver, pancreas and kidneys – Strengthens the muscles of the hands and feet – Increases elasticity of the spinal cord – Excellent for the heart – Strengthens the vertebral column and increases the oxygen in-take capacity – Beneficial for your cardiovascular, glandular…

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Laughter yoga Basel-Zurich-

Laughter is spiritual health. And laughter is very unburdening. While you laugh, you can put your mind aside very easily. For a man who cannot laugh the doors of the buddha are closed. Good laughter, a belly laugh, you almost feel that you have taken an ice-cold shower; a peace, a silence, a freshness…. 🙂 …

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Ayurveda Basel-Ayurveda Zurich

Ayurveda Massage Therapy Ayurveda is all about the science of holistic healing and it involves a complete plan to achieve the perfect health for all individuals. Despite the fact that it originated thousands of years ago, Ayurveda is equally pertinent in the current scientific world. And Kerala has played a vital role in keeping the…

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Thai Massage Basel-Thai Yoga Massage Basel

Massage   In traditional Eastern philosophy, “chi” is the universal life force that governs well-being and personal vitality.  For people to maintain good health and prevent illness, it is believed that “chi” must flow freely within the body.  Movement is therefore a key element in releasing blockages.  Body massage, exercise, stretching, hydrotherapy, and movement of…

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