Yoga Mudras

  • Consciousness Seal

    Consciousness Seal

    Chin Mudra or Jnana Mudra

    This mudra connects us to our higher Self, helps lift dull energy, creates a more receptive state, calms the mind, and brightens the overall mood. It is often used in meditation, pranayama, and asana.

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    Deer Seal

    Mrigi Mudra

    Learn this traditional hand seal or gesture used for controlled pranayama.

  • Eagle Seal

    Eagle Seal

    Garuda Mudra is named after the eagle that Vishnu—the lord of preservation—rides. It can help you cultivate the discipline you need to stick with your daily yoga practice when life gets busy.

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    Fearless Heart Seal

    Abhaya Hridaya Mudra

    Use this mudra to find the courage to keep your heart open and loving, especially during those difficult times in your life when fear, hate, or anger pull you away

  • Ganesha Mudra

    Ganesha Mudra

    Ganesha Mudra is named after the Hindu deity who removes obstacles. Use it relieve stress and tension and lift your spirits.

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    Kali Mudra

    Come into Kali Mudra, named after the fierce goddess Durga.

  • Life Force Seal

    Life Force Seal

    Prana Mudra

    Prana Mudra is great if you need a quick pick-me-up, as it elicits the vitality that resides within our prana, or life force.

  • Lotus Seal

    Lotus Seal

    Padma Mudra

    Draw inspiration from this hand gesture representing the purity and perseverance of the lotus flower floating above the muddy waters of desire, fear, and attachment.

  • Meditation Seal

    Meditation Seal

    Dhyana Mudra

    Bring your hands to the contemplative gesture of Dhyana Mudra by resting them, upturned, at your navel with the right hand on top.

  • Salutation Seal - Anjali Mudra

    Salutation Seal

    Anjali Mudra

    Practicing Anjali Mudra is an excellent way to induce a meditative state of awareness.

  • Truth Seal

    Truth Seal

    Tattva Mudra

    Tattva Mudra reminds us that the true nature 
of the Self, or our fundamental essence, is transcendent, unchanging, pure, and whole.

  • Dana Trixie Flynn in Vajrapradama Mudra

    Unshakeable Trust Seal

    Vajrapradama Mudra

    This mudra represents unshakeable self-confidence, inner strength, and faith in something greater.

  • Upright Mudra

    Upright Seal

    Linga Mudra

    Fire up your passion for a sacred life with Lingam Mudra.

  • Wheel of Dharma Mudra ( Dharmachakra Mudra)

    Wheel of Dharma Seal

    Dharmachakra Mudra

    Representing a continuous flow of energy, use this mudra to calm and focus your mind and improve your attitude.


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    The Mudra Women Need to Detach from Life’s Chaos

    Use this mudra anytime you need to detach from daily life, anchor yourself, and plug in to your untamable feminine power.

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    Kali Mudra

    Come into Kali Mudra, named after the fierce goddess Durga.

  • Dana Trixie Flynn in Vajrapradama Mudra

    Unshakeable Trust Seal

    This mudra represents unshakeable self-confidence, inner strength, and faith in something greater.

  • Sofiah Thom Mudra

    5 Self-Awakening and Empowering Mudras and Mantras

    Yoga teacher Sofiah Thom guides a series of five awakening and empowering mudras and mantras. Practice these mudra mantras anytime you need to ground, re-center, and reconnect to your highest Self.

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    The Mudra You Need to Tap Into Your Inner Wisdom

    Often used in meditation, pranayama, and asana, this mudra helps lift dull energy, creates a more receptive state, calms the mind, and brightens the overall mood.

  • Consciousness Seal

    Consciousness Seal

    This mudra connects us to our higher Self, helps lift dull energy, creates a more receptive state, calms the mind, and brightens the overall mood. It is often used in meditation, pranayama, and asana.

  • Eagle Seal

    Eagle Seal

    Garuda Mudra is named after the eagle that Vishnu—the lord of preservation—rides. It can help you cultivate the discipline you need to stick with your daily yoga practice when life gets busy.

  • Truth Seal

    Truth Seal

    Tattva Mudra reminds us that the true nature 
of the Self, or our fundamental essence, is transcendent, unchanging, pure, and whole.

  • Padma Mudra, sianna sherman, lotus mudra

    The Mudra You Need to Find Your Deep Soul Glow

    Master teacher Sianna Sherman takes us step by step through Padma Mudra.

  • Life Force Seal

    Life Force Seal

    Prana Mudra is great if you need a quick pick-me-up, as it elicits the vitality that resides within our prana, or life force.

  • Meditation Seal

    Meditation Seal

    Bring your hands to the contemplative gesture of Dhyana Mudra by resting them, upturned, at your navel with the right hand on top.

  • Lotus Seal

    Lotus Seal

    Draw inspiration from this hand gesture representing the purity and perseverance of the lotus flower floating above the muddy waters of desire, fear, and attachment.

  • Wheel of Dharma Mudra ( Dharmachakra Mudra)

    Wheel of Dharma Seal

    Representing a continuous flow of energy, use this mudra to calm and focus your mind and improve your attitude.

  • Sianna sherman fearless heart mudra

    The Mudra You Need to Courageously Follow Your Heart

    Master teacher Sianna Sherman takes us step by step through Abhaya Hrdaya (Fearless Heart) Mudra.

  • Ganesha Mudra

    Ganesha Mudra

    Ganesha Mudra is named after the Hindu deity who removes obstacles. Use it relieve stress and tension and lift your spirits.