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rachna

very nice yoga

priya

Really useful for every one.

Marga

In this pose you can feel so nicely that your right and left part of your body are not behaving likewise... (it is , when you do both sides of this asana..)

lola

this is awsome.

doug

Bevan, I think I see the confusion here: The "thumb pointed to the floor" is when the hand reaches forward to prepare. Once the arm wraps behind the back the thumb will then point up to the ceiling. If I am right, the description and the picture are correct (matching). Another word or two about the final hand positioning would clear it all up.

breann leaman

This pose can be done with either leg it doent matter. but it evens it out if you do both legs,, after this pose make sure you sit in childs pose, because of just doing a forward bend.

KIMBERLY KRIETE

This pose is done with ujjayi breathing . Focus on long smooth exhalations. After each exhale do rectal and abdominal locks for 5 second

bevan davis

The hand clasp behind the back is demonstrated opposite of the described position, which is correct?

Lyla Diaz

The standing version of this pose is called Utthita Marichyasana.

Heather

I think the sanskrit for the standing bound pose is Nindra Vaya Mukttonasana

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