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This pose gently lengthens and strengthens even stubbornly tight hamstrings.
This pose provides a gentle massage to the spine and belly organs.
Cow Pose is an easy, gentle way to warm up the spine.
Abdominal and deep hip flexor strengthener, requires you to balance on the tripod of your sitting bones and tailbone.
This pose is more than a backbend; it opens the shoulders, chest, and thighs all at once.
A forward bend for all levels of students, Janu Sirsasana is also a spinal twist.
Nataraja is another name for Shiva. His dance symbolizes cosmic energy.
Marichi is the Vedic Adam, and the "father" of humanity.
Paschimottanasana can help a distracted mind unwind.
Calms the brain and rejuvenates tired legs.
This posture promotes flexibility in the spine and encourages the chest to open.
One of the most widely recognized yoga poses... an all-over, rejuvenating stretch.
The torso is curved to the side over the straightened leg.
This twist energizes the spine and stimulates the digestive fire.
Invigorates your body and gives your spirits a lift. An extremely deep backbend appropriate for advanced practitioners only.
In the full pose the arms are wrapped around the squatting legs and the hands are clasped behind the back, forming a "noose."
There are two interpretations of the Sanskrit Janu Sirsasana, Head-to-Knee and Head-of-the-Knee. The former emphasizes the forward bend. The latter refers to the "head" of the bent knee that you use press away from you to assist the forward bend.
The key to Parsva Bakasana is twisting enough to place the outer edge of one upper arm far around the outside of the opposite thigh.
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