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  1. Lying-down on sides

    Vishnu asana Vishnu: Indian god (the preserver), who is generally seen lying on his sides; asana- Pose Pronounced as- Vish-a-nuh-asanah How to Practice Vishnu Asana (Lying down on sides) Roll over to lie down on your right side. Support your head high on ...
  2. Hands To Feet

    0 Hastapadasana Lie on your back; feet together and hands relaxed alongside the body. Breathing in, lift the right leg with a smooth and continuous movement. Lift the leg as high as possible without bending the knees. Keeping the left leg pressed to the f ...
  3. Child Pose (Shishuasana)

    Shishu Asana Shishu= child; asana= pose Pronounced- shishuh-asanah   How to do Shishuasana (child pose) Sit on your heels. Keeping your hips on the heels, bend forward, and lower your forehead to the floor. Keep the arms alongside your body with hands on ...
  4. Locust Posture (Shalabasana)

    Shalabasana Breathing in, raise the right leg up. Keep the leg straight and do not twist the hip. Hold and keep breathing. Breathing out, bring the right leg down. Repeat steps 3-5 with the left leg. Take 2-3 deep breaths. Breathing in, and with some mome ...
  5. One-Legged Forward Bend

    Janu Shirasasana Sit up with the legs stretched out straight in front of you, keeping the spine erect. Bend the left knee and place the left foot against the right thigh, keeping the left knee on the floor. Breathing in, raise both arms above your head an ...
  6. Seated Forward Bend (Paschimottanasana)

    Paschimottanasana Sit up with the legs stretched out straight in front of you, keeping the spine erect and toes flexed toward you. Breathing in, raise both arms above your head and stretch up. Breathing out, bend forward from the hip joints, chin moving t ...
  7. Lying-down Body Twist (Chakrasana)

    0 Lie on your back; feet together and hands relaxed by the sides. Bend your legs and place the feet on the floor, close to the buttocks, wider than the hips. Stretch the arms away from the body with the palms facing up. Gently bring both knees to the grou ...
  8. Shoulder Stand (Sarvangasana)

    Shoulder Stand (Sarvangasana) If you have had abnormal blood pressure, glaucoma, detached retina, chronic thyroid disorders, neck or shoulder injuries, consult your teacher and physician before doing the shoulder stand. Lie on your back. With one movement ...
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