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Balasana is a restful pose that can be sequenced between more challenging asanas.
A cross between Child's Pose and Downward Facing Dog. This pose lengthens the spine and calms the mind.
This pose stretches the ankles, groin, and back torso. If your heels don't reach the floor, rest them on a folded blanket.
This pose gently brings a greater awareness to the hip joints.
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.
Nataraja is another name for Shiva. His dance symbolizes cosmic energy.
In the full pose the arms are wrapped around the squatting legs and the hands are clasped behind the back, forming a "noose."
A classic restorative posture. Can be modified for any level of hip and groin resistance.
You need strength, flexibility, and endurance, and unwavering concentration.
Stretches the outer hips intensely, particularly the piriformis, which is often the main culprit of sciatic pain.
The torso is curved to the side over the straightened leg.
A forward bend for all levels of students, Janu Sirsasana is also a spinal twist.
Intensifies the stretch of Triang Mukha Eka Pada Pashcimottanasana.
In this seated pose, you can kneel on a folded blanket to pad the knees, shins, ankles, and the tops of the feet.
The ultimate yoga pose, Padmasana requires open hips and consistent practice.
Deep backbend that puffs the chest, making a yogi resemble a pigeon.
Intensifies the stretch in the thighs and ankles of its upright version.
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