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Marchiyasana II Posture

MARCHIYASANA II The word “marchiya” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “a ray of light” and “asana “meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Sit with your spine straight and your legs stretched infront.•Keep your legs straight and toes together.•Bend your left knee, your left calf muscle below your left thigh and your left …

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Marchiyasana I Posture

MARCHIYASANA I The word “marchiya” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “a ray of light” and “asana “ meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Sit with your spine straight and legs stretched infront.•Keep your legs together, your knees straight and toes pointing up towards the ceiling.•Now bend your right knee and get your …

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Anjaneyasana Posture

ANJANEYASANA ANJANEYASANAPOSTURE:The word “anjaneya” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “lord hanuman” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Sit in vajrasana.•Now come on your toes and palms into mountain pose.•Lift your right leg up towards the ceiling get your right foot forward between your palms.•Now drop your left knee on the …

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Ananda Balasana Posture

ANANDA BALASANA The word “ananda” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “happy”, “bala” meaning “baby” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Lie down on your back with your hands beside your body and legs together.•Take a deep breath while your exhaling bend your knees get them closer to your chest.•Your knees …

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Parighasana Posture

PARIGHASANA The word “parigha” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “the bar used for shutting a gate” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Sit in vajrasana with your hands beside your body.•Now come up on your knees, stretch your right leg keeping your right knee straight and place it on the …

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Pincha Mayurasana Posture

PINCHA MAYURASANA The word “pincha” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “feather”, “mayura” meaning “peacock” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Lie down on your chest, get your legs together and your palms beside your chest.•Come up on your palms and heels, lift your hips up keeping your legs straight and …

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Uttana Shishosana Posture

UTTHITA PARSVAKONASANA The word “utthita” is derived from a Sanskrit word “extended”, “parsva” meaning “side” or “flank”, “kona” means “angle” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Stand straight with your legs together.•Now keep your legs apart (3-4 feet wide), your feet pointing your right and both the hands on your hips.•Bend your …

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Ashtavakrasana Posture

ASHTAVAKRASANA The word “ashta” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “eight”, “vakra” meaning “curve” or “bend” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Sit with your spine straight and legs stretched infront.•Bend your right knee get it closer to your chest, place your right palm between your legs closer to your groin.•Lift …

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Matsyasana Posture

MATSYASANA The word “matsya” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “fish” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat” STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:•Lie down on your back with yours legs together and hands beside your body such that your palms are facing the ground.•Bend your knees, cross your legs one over the other such that your …

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Natrajasana Posture

NATRAJASANA The word “nata” is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning “dancer”, “raja” meaning “king” and “asana” meaning “posture” or “seat”. 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 your chest is parallel to the mat and lift your right …

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