Practicing Varun mudra involves pressing the little finger, which is  the seat for the water element in the body. This enhances the body’s  ability to hold water in it. Ultimately, makes the skin glow and clear.


Apana Mudra is also known as the ‘mudra of purification’. It helps in  cleaning the body through subtle pressure reflexes. Regular practice of  this mudra detoxifies the body from the harmful wastes that cause  various skin disease and makes the skin beautiful.


Apana Mudra

Prithvi Mudra is a simple hand gesture that balances the earth  element in the body. It also heals the mental being which is causing a  certain type of gripping from inside. Further, which sets our inner  being free into the openness of the world. This carves a lightning arc  into our skin.


Prithvi Mudra

Shanmukhi mudra is the gesture of ‘awareness’. ‘Shan’ means ‘six’,  ‘Mukhi’ means ‘face’ and mudra’ means ‘seal or gesture’. This mudra  blocks the leakage of awareness by closing the openings of six senses


Shanmukhi Mudra

Curl the fingers of both hands into a fist, then interlock the thumbs. Place the mudra near the heart center. This mudra aids in detoxification and rejuvenation, resulting in a glowing complexion.


Shankh Mudra