Health and Fitness
Lotus Pose (padmasana)
If lotus pose is not a regular practice, begin with a gentle hip opener such as butterfly pose. Sit with legs straight in front. Bend one knee and grip the foot with...
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Easy Pose (sukhasana)
This is a comfortable, cross-legged, seated position. It is a good pose for meditation or pranayama practice. Sit on your mat in a comfortable, cross-legged position, placing your feet below your knees. Root your...
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Locust Pose (shalabhasana)
Lie on belly, arms along your sides, palms up. Forehead rests on mat. Turn big toes together, rotating thighs inward. Anchor pelvis to floor. Exhale lifting head, upper torso, arms, and...
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Bow Pose (dhanurasana)
Lie on the belly, hands by your side with palms up. Exhale, bend knees and bring feet towards buttocks. Reach back and take hold of both ankles. The knees should...
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Half Frog Pose (ardha Bhekasana)
To Come Benefits: Stretches ankles, thighs, front of body. 
Improves posture
. Stimulates abdominal organs Contraindications: Blood pressure (high or low), 
migraines
, insomnia, 
knee or ankle injuries   Half bow pose Lie on...
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Eye Of The Needle Pose (sucirandhrasana)
Lie on back, knees bent and soles of feet on the floor. Breathe deeply, let the body relax into the mat. Cross left ankle over right knee. You can stay in...
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Happy Baby Pose (ananda Balasana)
Lie on your back, draw knees to chest. Open knees, bringing them toward armpits. Stack each ankle over knees, shins perpendicular to floor. Flex feet. Grab hold of outside edges of...
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Wind-relieving Pose (pavanamuktasana)
             Lie on your back, feet together, arms at your sides. Inhale, exhale- raise left knee, grip knee and press into the chest and raise head...
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Full Pigeon Or Swan Pose (eka Pada Rajakapotasana)
  Urdhva prasarita padasana    Apanasana Facebook 0 Twitter 0 Google+0 LinkedIn0
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Pigeon Or Swan Pose (eka Pada Rajakapotasana)
Come into the pose from either downward facing dog or table pose (on hands and knees). Slide right knee up between hands so outer right leg is resting on the mat. Make sure left...
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