Hare pose, shashankasana

Hare Pose Shashankasana

If you are new to yoga and would like to do inversion poses like shirasasana, you need hours of practices to get there. In the beginning learning basic poses are critical to get into advanced poses. Shashankasana, rabbit pose is beginners pose

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Feeling overwhelmed? Try Pratyahara

Feeling overwhelmed? Try Pratyahara

Try Pratyahara! Pratyahara of yoga helps to control senses. In Sanskrit Prati means against or away and ahara means food

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Standing Split Pose

Standing Split Pose

It lengthens the muscles of the legs, particularly the calves and hamstrings, builds stability in the pelvis and hips and opens the hip flexors.

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Feathered Peacock Pose

Feathered Peacock Pose

Feathered peacock pose is a challenging intermediate / advanced pose that needs several practice session to get into the pose properly

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Awkward Pose Chair pose Utkatasana

Awkward Pose Chair pose Utkatasana

One yoga pose that helps in firming and strengthening entire body is Awkward pose – also known as chair pose. It strengthens triceps, deltoids, abdominal muscles, tones leg muscles and quadricpes.

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Upward Plank Pose

Upward Plank Pose

To stretch abdomen, chest, feet, ankle and to strengthen arm, upper back, hamstring, glute, shoulder and wrists upward plank pose is helpful

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Natarajasana Dance pose

Lord Of The Dance Pose Natarajasana

Natarajsana is known as Lord of the Dance Pose and is originated by Lord Shiva who is Yoga Guru himself. The pose depicts Lord Shiva’s fondness for dance, expression, and music.  It is also a classical dance form of Indian dance called bharathanatyam. This yoga pose is advanced yoga pose and requires balancing act on one leg. Benefits of practicing this pose are : Strenghtens legs, arms, shoulder and spine.

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Uttana Mandukasana benefits

How Uttana Mandukasana Stretched Up Frog Pose Helps In Getting Rid Of Body Pain

Manduka means frog in Sanskrit language.  Uttana Mandukasana is a simple, yet very effective yoga pose. Uttana means stretched up, the pose looks like a frog sitting upright or stretched up. Hence the name Uttana mandukasana.

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