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Postures

Dandayamana-Dhanurasana

Dandayamana-Dhanurasana, or Standing Bow Pose in yoga, requires balancing on one leg while reaching back to hold the other foot, creating a bow-like shape that enhances backbend flexibility and strengthens the lower body.

Trikonasana

Trikonasana, or Triangle Pose in yoga, is a marriage between your heart and lungs. You start to irrigate your circulatory system with the help of your respiratory system.

Padangustasana

Padangusthasana, or Big Toe Pose in yoga, is a forward-bending posture where one clasps the big toes with the fingers, promoting hamstring flexibility and spinal elongation.

Tadasana

Tadasana, or Mountain Pose in yoga, is a foundational standing posture that focuses on grounding the feet, aligning the spine, and fostering a sense of stability and awareness.

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana, or Standing Separate Leg Head to Knee Pose in yoga, involves balancing on one leg while extending and bending the other, bringing the forehead toward the knee, enhancing flexibility, strength, and concentration.

Savasana

Savasana, or Corpse Pose in yoga, is a relaxation posture where practitioners lie on their backs in a state of conscious rest, promoting deep relaxation and integration after a yoga session.

Sit-up

A sit-up is a core-strengthening exercise where one lifts the upper body from a supine position, engaging abdominal muscles to achieve a seated position.

Salabhasana

Salabhasana, or Locust Pose in yoga, is a prone backbend where one lifts the chest, arms, and legs off the mat, enhancing strength in the back muscles and promoting spinal flexibility.

Dhanurasana

Dhanurasana, or Bow Pose in yoga, is a backbend where the body forms a bow shape by lifting and arching the chest and legs simultaneously, fostering spinal flexibility and strengthening the back muscles

Bhujangasana

Bhujangasana, or Cobra Pose in yoga, involves lifting the upper body while keeping the lower body on the mat, stretching and strengthening the spine, and opening the chest for improved flexibility and back health.

Poorna-Salabhasana

Poorna-Salabhasana, or Full Locust Pose in yoga, involves lifting the entire body off the mat in a prone position, strengthening the back muscles and improving spinal flexibility with an extended reach.

Supta-Vajrasana

Supta-Vajrasana, or Reclined Thunderbolt Pose in yoga, is a seated kneeling posture that involves reclining backward to rest on the elbows, promoting hip flexibility and relieving tension in the lower back.

Pavanamuktasana

Pavanamuktasana, or Wind-Relieving Pose in yoga, involves lying on the back and bringing the knees towards the chest, aiding in digestion and releasing tension in the lower back.

Ardha-Kurmasana

Ardha-Kurmasana, or Half Turtle Pose in yoga, involves folding forward with arms extended under the body, promoting flexibility in the shoulders and upper back while calming the mind.

Ustrasana

Ustrasana, or Camel Pose in yoga, is a backbend where one arches the spine and reaches for the heels, promoting chest opening, flexibility, and strengthening the back muscles.

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimotthanasana

Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimotthanasana, or Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose in yoga, involves bending forward from a standing position, aiming to touch the forehead to the floor between the widely spread legs, promoting flexibility and strength.

Sasangasana

Sasangasana, or Rabbit Pose in yoga, involves folding forward and reaching for the heels with the head tucked, providing a deep stretch for the spine and enhancing flexibility in the upper back and neck.

Dandayamana Janushirasana

Combining Janu Sirsasana and Paschimottanasana in yoga creates a sequence that involves seated forward bends, promoting hamstring flexibility, and spinal elongation.

Ardha-Matsyendrasana

Ardha-Matsyendrasana, or Half Lord of the Fishes Pose in yoga, is a seated spinal twist that involves twisting the upper body while maintaining a cross-legged position, promoting spine mobility and detoxification.

Kapalbhati in Vajrasana

Kapalbhati in Vajrasana is a dynamic yogic breathing exercise where rapid abdominal breaths are performed in a seated, kneeling position, energizing the body and improving respiratory function.

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