Mahaveer Jain uses props for the seated and reclined variations of Supta Vajrasana and stays in the restorative posture for at least ten minutes.
Arathi Menon explains the nine drishtis of yoga and demonstrates how to use gaze to find focus.
Mumbai-based Tanvi Mehra recommends practising vrksasana to find stability, balance and build a strong foundation for your practice.
It relaxes the entire body and activates the parasympathetic nervous system, says Sharanya Narayanan.
Sharanaya Narayanan lists the asanas and pranayama techniques that are best for expecting mothers.
Matsyasana relaxes the body, calms the mind and stimulates the thymus to boost immunity, says Digna Popat.
Sharanya Narayanan uses a belt and bricks to stay in supta padangusthasana as the pose keeps her relaxed yet active while she’s in self-quarantine.
Bosco Bhandarkar uses props to practise supta baddha konasana — it allows the practitioner to stay in the pose longer.
Jenny Raymundo explains how this counter pose to paschimottanasana opens her heart and strengthens her emotions.
Asana practice isn’t just about stretching and gaining flexibility, says Tanvi Mehra.