Vrschikasana – Scorpion Pose
Vrschikasana – Scorpion Pose
Vrschikasana – Scorpion Pose Vrschikasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Vrschika(Scorpion) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Vrschikasana is, this pose resembles the position of the Scorpion. It is called as Scorpion Pose in English. Preparatory Poses for Vriksasana are Pincha Mayurasana, Bhujangasana, Adho Mukha Vrikshasana, Sarvangasana, Urdhva
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Tittibhasana – Firefly Pose
Tittibhasana – Firefly Pose
Tittibhasana – Firefly Pose Tittibhasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Tittibha(Firefly) and asana (posture or pose). It resembles the position of a firefly in fight, that why it is named as Tittibhasana. It is called as Firefly Pose in English. Preparatory Poses for Tittibhasana are Malasana, Baddha Konasana, Garudasana (arms only)
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Svarga Dvidasana – Bird of Paradise Pose
Svarga Dvidasana – Bird of Paradise Pose
Svarga Dvidasana – Bird of Paradise Pose Svarga Dvidasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Svarga(Paradise), Dvija(Twice born or Bird), and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Bird of Paradise Pose in English. Svarga Dvidasana(Bird of Paradise Pose) it is an advanced level yoga pose. At first it looks like,
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Supta Virasana – Reclining Hero Pose
Supta Virasana – Reclining Hero Pose
Supta Virasana – Reclining Hero Pose Introduction: Supta Virasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Supta(Reclined), Vira(Hero), and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Reclining Hero Pose in English. Preparatory poses for Supta Virasana are Gomukhasana, Bhujangasana, Virasana, Baddha Koṇasana and Balasana; and the follow-up poses are Bakasana, Baddha Koṇasana
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Pincha Mayurasana – Feathered Peacock Pose, Forearm Stand
Pincha Mayurasana – Feathered Peacock Pose, Forearm Stand
Pincha Mayurasana – Feathered Peacock Pose, Forearm Stand Introduction: Pincha Mayurasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Pincha(feather), Mayura(peacock), and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Feathered Peacock Pose or Forearm Stand in English. Preparatory poses for Pincha Mayurasana Adho MukhaS hvanasana and Handstand; and the follow-up poses are Adho
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Parsva Bakasana – Side Crane Pose, Side Crow Pose
Parsva Bakasana – Side Crane Pose, Side Crow Pose
Parsva Bakasana – Side Crane Pose, Side Crow Pose Introduction: Parsva Bakasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Parsva(side or flank), Baka(crane, but commonly used as crow), and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Side Crane Pose or Side Crow Pose in English. Preparatory poses for Parsva Bakasana are Pasasana
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Mayurasana – Peacock Pose
Mayurasana – Peacock Pose
Mayurasana – Peacock Pose Introduction: Mayurasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Mayura(Peacock) and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Mayurasana is, this pose resembles the position of the Peacock.  It is called as Peacock-Posture in English. Mayurasana is one of the main asanas mentioned in the Hatha Yoga
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Laghu Vajrasana – Little Thunderbolt Pose
Laghu Vajrasana – Little Thunderbolt Pose
Laghu Vajrasana – Little Thunderbolt Pose Introduction: Laghu Vajrasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Laghu(little),Vajra(Thunderbolt or weapon of god Indra), andasana (posture or pose). Vajra is the strongest weapon in the world, By practising this pose, our body will act like Vajra.  It is called as Little Thunderbolt Pose or Lovely
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Kapotasana – King Pigeon Pose
Kapotasana – King Pigeon Pose
Kapotasana – King Pigeon Pose Introduction: Kapotasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words kapota(pigeon) and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Kapotasana is, this pose resembles the pigeon.  It is called as King Pigeon Posein English. Preparatory Poses for Kapotasana are Chakrasana, Virasana, Eka PadaRajakapotasana, Supta Virasana, Bhujangasana and
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Kapalabhati Pranayama – Skull Shining Breath
Kapalabhati Pranayama – Skull Shining Breath
Kapalabhati Pranayama – Skull Shining Breath Kapalabhati Pranayama is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Kapala (Skull), bhati (light; which means implying perception and knowledge) and Pranayama (Breathing technique).  It is called as Skull Shining Breath in English. It is an effective Pranayama to cure the digestive disorder, stomach disorder, obesity and many
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Eka Pada Rajakapotasana II – One-Legged King Pigeon Pose II
Eka Pada Rajakapotasana II – One-Legged King Pigeon Pose II
Eka Pada Rajakapotasana II – One-Legged King Pigeon Pose II Introduction : Eka Pada Rajakapotasana II is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Eka(one), pada(leg), raja (king), kapota  (pigeon) and  asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Eka Pada Rajakapotasana II is, this pose resembles the position of the one legged
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Eka Pada Koundiyanasana II – Sage Koundinya II Pose
Eka Pada Koundiyanasana II – Sage Koundinya II Pose
Eka Pada Koundiyanasana II – Sage Koundinya II Pose Introduction: Eka Pada Koundiyanasana II is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Eka(One), Pada(Leg), Koundiya (Koundiya: The sage name), asana (posture or pose). This Asana is called by the name of the sage Koundiya, This is the reason for the name Eka Pada Koundiyanasana
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Eka Pada Koundiyanasana I – Sage Koundinya I Pose
Eka Pada Koundiyanasana I – Sage Koundinya I Pose
Eka Pada Koundiyanasana I – Sage Koundinya I Pose Introduction: Eka Pada Koundiyanasana I is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Eka(One),Pada(Leg),Koundiya(Koundiya: The sage name), asana (posture or pose). This Asana is called by the name of the sage Koundiya, This is the reason for the name Eka Pada Koundiyanasana I.  It is
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Eka Pada Galavasana – Flying Crow Pose
Eka Pada Galavasana – Flying Crow Pose
Eka Pada Galavasana – Flying Crow Pose Introduction: Eka Pada Galavasana it is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Eka(One),Pada(Leg),Galava (Galava: Name of a sage), asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Eka Pada Galavasana is, this pose resembles the position of the Flying Crow.  It is called as Flying Crow Pose
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Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana – Upward Facing Two Footed Staff Pose
Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana – Upward Facing Two Footed Staff Pose
Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana – Upward Facing Two Footed Staff Pose Introduction : Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words dwi(two),pada(foot),viparita(inverted), danda(staff) and asana (posture or pose). Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana does not have any direct meaning.  It is called as Upward Facing Two Footed Staff Pose or Two-Legged
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Astavakrasana- Eight Angle Pose
Astavakrasana- Eight Angle Pose
Astavakrasana- Eight Angle Pose Astavakrasana is a Sanskrit word. Asta means Eight. Vakra means bent or curved. So it is also called as Eight angle pose. It is all about Strength and the balance. It is kind of difficult to perform this pose at the beginning. But with proper practice, it will be more easy
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Ardha Padmasana- Half Lotus Pose
Ardha Padmasana- Half Lotus Pose
Ardha Padmasana- Half Lotus Pose Ardha = half. Padma = lotus. Ardha Padmasana or Lotus Position is a cross legged sitting posture. The each foot is placed on the opposite thighs. The posture gets its name because the person performing it resembles a Lotus. So, It is called as Half lotus pose. The Padma means
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