Sirsasana Variations - Headstand Pose

Headstand is a very tricky asana that yogis, especially beginners, should approach with caution. Performing this classic yoga pose requires you to place your forearms on the floor and clasp the hands behind your head. When you’re stable or comfortable enough in the Sirsasana (Headstand) pose,...
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Tree pose- Vrksasana

Tree pose or Vrksasana originally comes from the Sanskrit words vriksa or vriksha meaning “tree” and asana meaning “pose” or posture. Once you perform your Vrksasana standing in front of a mirror, your body should look like a human tree, beautiful, balanced and strong. This yoga pose...
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Dandayamana Bibhaktapada Paschimotthanasana

Standing Separate Leg Stretching PoseThis is the 9th pose practiced in Bikram Yoga. It is also known as Dandayamana bibhaktapada paschimotthanasana in Sanskrit. It is a partial inversion pose that is known to have many physical as well as mental benefits. It enhances circulation and stimulates...
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Ustrasana - Camel Pose

Ustrasana (pronounced as oosh-TRAHS-anna) is a back bending asana practiced in Hatha yoga. It is an extreme back bending exercise that stretches most parts of the body. The name Ustrasana is derived from the words ustra meaning camel and asana meaning posture. It, therefore, translates to Camel...
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Setu Bandha Sarvangasana - Bridge Pose

Setu Sarvangasana is in the lying down and Intermediate Level of Aasanas category. Also called Setu Bandhasana, Dwi Pada Pitham, Shoulder Pose, Two-Legged Table, Half Wheel Pose, Kandhrasana, it has more scientific benefits as compared to other types of asanas.Setu Sarvangasana comes from three...
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