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Utthan Pristhasana

lizard pose

Utthan Pristhasana The word “Utthan Pristhasana” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Utthan” meaning “stretch out” ; “Pristha” meaning “page of a book” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Lizard Pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:­­­­­­­­­­­ Sit on the mat in vajrasana. Slowly come in table top position (get …

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EK PADA ADHOMUKASVANASANA

Dog pose

EK PADA ADHOMUKASVANASANA The word “EK PADA ADHOMUKSVANASANA” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Ek” meaning “one”; “Pada” meaning “foot”; “Adho” meaning “downward”; “Muka” meaning “face”; “Svan” meaning “dog” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Three- legged Dog Pose” or “One Foot Downward Dog Pose” in English. STEPS TO BE …

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USTRASANA

Ustrasana

USTRASANA The word “USTRASANA” is derived from a Sanskrit word “USTRA” meaning “camel”; and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Camel Pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:­­­­­­­­­­­ Sit on the mat in vajrasana. Slowly come up on your knees (kneeling down position), being on knees your thighs are perpendicular to …

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SARVANGASANA

Sarvangasana

SARVANGASANA The word “Sarvangasana” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Sarva” meaning “all” ; “Anga” meaning “body parts” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Shoulder- Stand Pose” in English and has a nick name as “Queen” or “Mother” of all the asana. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:­­­­­­­­­­­ Lie down on your …

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HALASANA

Halasana

HALASANA Image Source: istockphoto The word “Halasana” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Hala” meaning “plough”; and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Plow Pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:­­­­­­­­­­­  Lie down on your back, with feet together and hands by the side of the body. Take a deep breath, …

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NAUKASANA or NAVASANA

Boat-pose

Naukasana or Navasana The word “Naukasana” or “Navasana” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Naav” meaning “boat; and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Boat Pose” in English.  STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:   Sit down on the mat, with your legs with together and hands by the    side of the body. …

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Virabhadrasana I

Virabhadrasana I

Virabhadrasana I The word “Virabhadrasana” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Vira” meaning “hero” or “warrior” ; “Bhadra” meaning “friend” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called “Warrior Pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Stand with your legs together and feet by the side of the body. Now slowly place your …

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Setubandhasana

Setu Bandhasana

Setubandhasana The word “Setubandhasana” is derived from a Sanskrit word “Setu” meaning “bridge; “Bandha” meaning “bound” and “Asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “Bridge Pose” in English. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Lie down on the mat in supine position. Place your feet together and arms by the side of the body. …

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Bakasana

Bakasana

BAKASANA The word “baka” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “crane” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”.  STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: Stand straight with your feet apart (wider than your hips).  As you exhale bend your knees, place your palms on the mat between your knees, your knees pointing sideward and behind your arms …

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TITTIBHASANA

Tittibhasana

Tittibhasana The word “tittibha” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “fly” or “insect” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. It is commonly called as “fire fly pose” in English.   STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED: •Stand straight with your legs shoulder width apart apart. •Exhaling bend forward, place your right shoulder behind your right knee …

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