Balasana – Child’s Pose

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Bala means "child". Balasana is a relaxation pose. In this position the spine bends forward 110 degrees, which provides excellent countertrension for stretches that require a backward tilt...

Padmasana – Lotus Pose

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Padma  means "lotus". Padmasana - Lotus Posture is the classic posture practiced in pranayama and meditation. For many people it is one of the most difficult...

Salabhasana – Grasshopper Pose

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Salabha means "cicada". Salabhasana - Grasshopper Pose is based on the grasshopper resting with the legs raised. This pose stretches the legs, abdomen and lower back. It requires a...

Paripurna Navasana – Full Boat Pose

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Paripurna means "complete" and nava , "boat." Paripurna Navasana is  reminiscent of a rowing boat. The muscles of the back and stomach are activated to maintain this posture. Strengthening these muscles...

Paschimottanasana – Seated Forward Pose

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Paschima "back", uttana "extended". In Paschimottanasana - Seated forceps, the whole body is stretched. It is considered one of the most important yoga postures. Regular breathing is needed to master this stretch. Technique ...

Siddhasana – Perfect Posture

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Siddha  means "perfect". Siddhas are yogis who possess supernatural powers. Siddhasana - Perfect Posture is recommended for pranayama and meditation practice . Technique Sitting position in Dandasana Bring your right foot toward your...

Uttihita Parsvsakonasana – Extended Standing Side Stretch

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Parva  means "side" or "flank" and kona  means "an angle". This standing pose strongly stretches the side of the body. If balance is difficult, practice wall stance. As in...

Uttanasana – Standing Gripper

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U ttana means "extension." In Uttanasana - Standing clamp the upper part of the body leans forward, allowing the spine and legs to be lengthened and stretched. It is a...

Anantasana – Side Leg Stretch

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Ananta "eternal". Anantasana - Side Leg Stretch stretches and tones the legs. This pose is especially beneficial for cyclists and runners. Asana Technique Begin by lying down in Savasana, with your arms...

Baddha Konasana – Shoemaker Pose

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Baddha  means “caught” and kona means “angle.” In   Baddha Konasana  the legs angle inwards with the soles of the feet pressed together. It is the traditional posture of the...

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