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MK

Vijay... it's still a related word.

There are important truths and trivial facts, it is important to distinguish the two.

bhagyashree

nice for school kids

Anonymous

go-mukh-asana, not go-moo-khasana

pradaya

nice information

dinah

Where can I view a video sequence of this pose? Tricky for me to do from just reading. dinah in Vermont

Vijay a

It is not 'GO' but it is GOW & this word is not a distant relative of the English word 'cow'.
Cow is derived from the Sanskrit GOW L
Kindly do not indulge in such superficially misleading explanations.
One must learn to accept the Truth & give credit where it is due!
Thank you!

vivian masai

its the kind of information we rarely get yet very useful

Lisa

Susan is the best and instructs from the heart, good article. I love this site's info on each pose, very user friendly.

Kaicho Will

Take note Theresa: Modifications and Props.

Matt

It would be more helpful if the photo matched the instructions. She's mirroring them (her left leg on top and right arm descending...) Otherwise a great breakdown.

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