Month: October 2017

Vasisthasana

Vasisthasana

VASISTHASANA The word “Vasisthasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Vasistha” meaning “best” or “richest” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit in vajrasana. Slowly walk forward with your palms, get your legs behind and come up on your palms and heels. Keep your legs straight and foot closer to each …

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Garudasana

Garudasana

GARUDASANA The word “Garudasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Garuda” meaning “eagle” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called “Eagle pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Stand straight with your legs together. Bend your both knees and cross your left over your right such that your left thigh is over …

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Mayurasana

Mayurasana

MAYURASANA The word “Mayurasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Mayur” meaning “peacock” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “asana”. It is commonly called “Peacock pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit in vajrasana. Keep your palms on the mat such that the palms are facing towards your body. Now press your palms on the …

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Natrajasana

Natrajasana

NATRAJASANA The word “Natarajasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Nata” meaning “dancer”, “Raja” meaning “king”, and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called “Dancer pose” in English STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Stand straight with your both legs together and your hands beside your body. Now slowly bend forward halfway down such that …

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Hanumanasana

Hanumanasana

HANUMANASANA The word “Hanumanasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Hanuman” meaning “Hindu God who resembled a monkey” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit in vajrasana. Now get your right leg forward, your foot resting on the mat, shin bone making 90 degree to the mat and your thigh parallel …

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Parvathasana (Sitting)

Parvathasana (Sitting)

PARVATHASANA (Sitting) The word “Parvathasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Parvat” meaning “mountain” and “Asana” meaning “posture”. It is commonly called ” Seated Mountain pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:  Sit in sukhasana or padmasana. Now keep your hands stretched infront of your chest, interlock your fingers, palms facing towards the chest. Now …

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Parvathasana

Parvathasana

PARVATHASANA The word “Parvatasna” is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning “parvat” meaning “mountain” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Mountain Pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit in vajrasana. Come up on your knees and palms, your palms shoulder width apart and knees hip width apart. Take a …

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Viparita Shalabasana

Viparita Shalabasana

VIPARITA SHALABASANA The word “Viparita Shalabasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Viparita” meaning “inverted”; “Shalaba” meaning “locust” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Lie down on your chest with your legs together. Keep your hands stretched above your head. Inhaling lift your both legs and hands up to the ceiling …

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Phalakasana

Viparita Shalabasana

Phalakasana The word “Phalakasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Phalak” meaning “plank”, and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Sit in Vajrasana.  Slowly bend forward and drop your forearm down on the mat. Your elbows below the shoulder, arms making 90 degree to the floor. Now slowly stretch out your leg …

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Padahastanasana

Padahastanasana

PADAHASTANASANA The word “Padahasthasana” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Pada” meaning “foot”; “Hasta” meaning “hand” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”.  STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Stand straight with your feet together. Inhaling lift your hands above the head. Exhaling bend forward try to touch your toes with your palms. Touch your head to your …

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