Today, SuperBrain Yoga includes a series of steps meant to activate the brain cells. It works by taking energy from the lower chakras—the wheels of energy in the body—and moving them upward through the forehead and crown chakras. During this process, our physical energy transforms into more subtle energy, which may improve our overall brain function.
Potential exercise benefits:

  • SuperBrain Yoga energizes the brain by synchronizing our alpha brain waves.
  • The practice eliminates stress and encourages mental stability.
  • It promotes healthy cognitive function.


Bhramari Pranayama

  1. Sit in a quiet and well ventilated corner and close your eyes.
  2. Place your index fingers on your ears right at the cartilage.
  3. Breathe in and while breathing out press the cartilage with your fingers. …
  4. Breathe in again and out and continue the same pattern for around 6-7 times.


  1. Bring your arms straight out to the sides and up over your head, reaching toward the ceiling.
  2. Inhale and draw your spine up long.
  3. As you exhale, begin to come forward, hinging at your hips.
  4. On each inhale, lengthen your spine.
  5. On each exhale, deepen into your forward bend.


  • Lie on the yoga mat or carpet and join the legs together
  • Raise your legs to make an angle of 90 degrees.
  • Thrust the palms, raise the waist and legs, bending forwards curving the back and resting the legs on the floor above head.
  • Try to place the big toe on the floor and keep the legs straight.
  • Balance the whole weight on the shoulder blade, shift both the hands over the head, join the fingers and hold the head with it and relax the elbows on the floor.
  • Then release the fingers above the head, pressing the palms on the floor taking back thumb toe gently bring the body and legs to the floor

Setu Bandhasana

  • At first, lie down on your back.
  • After that Fold your knees and keep your feet and hip distance apart on the floor.
  • Take your arms beside your body, and your palms should facing down.
  • Now inhaling, slowly lift your lower back, middle back and upper back off the floor.
  • Now gently roll in the shoulders; touch the chest to the chin without bringing the chin down, supporting your weight with your shoulders, arms, and feet.
  • You may interlace the fingers and push the hands on the floor to lift the torso a little more up, or you could support your back with your palms.
  • Remember to hold the posture for 30 seconds or one minute, and exhale as you gently release the pose.


  1. Lie flat on the floor keeping the arms by the side of the body with palm facing downward and legs together. Relax the body.
  2. Using the strength of your abdominal muscles, slowly raise the legs off the ground until they are perpendicular to the floor. Keep the knees straight and feet together throughout the whole practice.
  3. Gently press your arms against the floor to raise your buttocks and roll your spine away from the floor till it gets in vertical position.
  4. Now to support your back, bend your elbows and place your palms behind your ribcage . Keep the elbows shoulder-width apart.
  5. Move your chest towards your neck (without straining) to make it press gently against the chin. Beginners may avoid doing so as it puts a lot of stress on the neck muscles.
  6. Stretch the legs with toes pointing in upward direction. This is the final position, hold the pose for as long as you feel comfortable.


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