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The Third Chakra
By Kat Heagberg On June 6, 2013

Build strength and stability in your asana practice by focusing on the “city of jewels,” or the third chakra.

Muladhara Chakra: In Practice
By Sandra Anderson On October 10, 2013

Standing poses are especially helpful in working with muladhara chakra and the pelvis, giving us a sense of stability and security.

Muladhara Chakra: Root Center
By Sandra Anderson On October 10, 2013

The Muladhara chakra, or root center, is the foundation that supports our physical life, energies, and consciousness.

Panditji’s Favorite Chakra
By Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD On October 10, 2013

“The heart chakra is my favorite,” says Panditji, and he sees no reason for anyone to prefer another chakra. The books he writes and the lectures he gives come from his heart, not his head.

Number of Chakras in the Body
By Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD On October 10, 2013

There are an infinite number of chakras in the body, metaphysically speaking, but from a practical viewpoint, only 6, 7, or 9 are real because these are the ones we can work with through the different practices of yoga.

Svadhishthana Chakra: In Practice
By Sandra Anderson On October 10, 2013

The second chakra, svadisthana, connects us to fluidity and movement of energy. In order to maximize the benefits here, strength and containment is also important.

Svadhishthana Chakra: Pelvic Center
By Sandra Anderson On October 10, 2013

The second chakra, svadisthana, translates as "Her own abode", the place where Kundalini resides.

Guru Chakras: Centers Between Eyebrow and Crown
By Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD On October 10, 2013

Our two light-filled guru chakras connect us to intuitive wisdom and the inner divinity.

Manipura Chakra: In Practice
By Sandra Anderson On October 10, 2013

The manipura chakra, located in the lumbar spine and the navel center, is the physical and metaphoric connection between the heart and the pelvis.

Manipura Chakra: Navel Center
By Sandra Anderson On October 10, 2013

The third chakra, manipura, translates as "city of hidden gems" - representing an inner illumination. Dominated by the fire element, this chakra is the entry point to working with the physical body and initiating spiritual practice.

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