Yoga

Vajrasana

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Vajrasana       Steps   Sit on the floor with your legs spread in the front, feet and toes turned outwards. Hands resting on both sides of the waist. Bring your feet close to each other, hands closer to the body and head in the center. Shift the weight of your body on your right hand, slightly tilting sideways...

Suptavajrasana

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Suptavajrasana   Steps   First sit in Vajrasana, stand up your knees and set your feet apart. The feet will again in lying position. Place your hand on front of your feet. Bend backward and let your elbows rest on ground one by one. Hang your neck back- Ward. Stretch your hands backward while inhaling. Remove gap...

Suryanamaskara (Sun Salute)

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Suryanamaskara (Sun Salute)   ™There are 12 positions in this procedure. This is considered as very important one. ™     1.Stand erect with heels joined together and front of the feet a little apart. Keep your folded hands in the posture of namaskara, i.e. join your hands in front of chest. The elbows should remain stretched outwards. 2.While inhaling...

Halasana

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Halasana   In this posture body resembles the shape of plough (hala).     Steps   Lie down on your back and stretch your body. Keep your arms by your sides along the hips. Putting pressure on your hands, lift your legs slowly and make with them angle 90° at your waist. Keep the feet com­pletely stretched. Put more pressure...

Dhanurasana

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Dhanurasana   The word dhanu in Sanskrit means bow. The body resembles like a bow in this asana. Lie down on ground with face downward. Bend your legs and grasp your ankles with your hands keeping all five fingers of your each hand on inner side of legs. Bend your neck backwards and look at the...

Mayurasana

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Mayurasana   Mayura means peacock so it is called as peacock posture as body in this asana re­sembles peacock. Sit on your knees, bend a little forward, join your el­bows together and rest your palms on ground, keeping distance of 3-4 inches be­tween the two wrists. Bring down your abdomen slowly on your joined elbows, balancing...