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This pose gently lengthens and strengthens even stubbornly tight hamstrings.
The torso and legs represent the body of the bow, and the arms the string.
Chair Pose clearly works the muscles of the arms and legs, but it also stimulates the diaphragm and heart.
Can't see the cow face? Notice that the crossed legs look like the lips. The bent-elbow arms, one up and one down, are the ears.
Don't let the name fool you. If you're used to sitting in chairs, Sukhasana can be quite challenging.
Triangle Pose is the quintessential standing pose in many styles of yoga.
This pose stretches the ankles, groin, and back torso. If your heels don't reach the floor, rest them on a folded blanket.
Highly effective strengthener for the legs and ankles.
Intensifies the stretch of Triang Mukha Eka Pada Pashcimottanasana.
Bound Angle Pose is an excellent groin and hip-opener.
For this pose you can pad your knees and shins with a thickly folded blanket.
Balasana is a restful pose that can be sequenced between more challenging asanas.
You need strength, flexibility, and endurance, and unwavering concentration.
Maintaining solid grounding through the standing foot helps keep you steady.
This arm balance requires more core strength than arm strength.
This pose is more than a backbend; it opens the shoulders, chest, and thighs all at once.
Virasana is a balm for tired legs at the end of the day, as well as an alternative to Lotus for seated meditation.
There's no agreed-upon Sanskrit name for this pose, though some schools of yoga call it the Ashva Sanchalanasana, or Horse Rider's Pose.
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