Vrksasana – Tree pose
Vrksasana – Tree pose
Vrksasana – Tree pose Vrksasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Vrksa(Tree) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Vrksasanais, this pose resembles the position of the Tree. It is called as Tree Pose in English. Preparatory Poses for Vrksasana are Bound Angle Pose (BaddhaKonasana), Warrior II Pose (Virabhadrasana II)
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Virabhadrasana III – Warrior III Pose
Virabhadrasana III – Warrior III Pose
Virabhadrasana III – Warrior III Pose Virabhadrasana III is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Virabhadra(Name of a furious warrior who is an incarnation of the Hindu god Shiva) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Virabhadrasana III is, this pose resembles the position of the Warrior, and it is the
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Vasisthasana – Side Plank Pose
Vasisthasana – Side Plank Pose
Vasisthasana – Side Plank Pose Vasisthasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Vasistha (Wealthy or Vasistha = Name of one of the famous rishi among the seven seers (Saptarishis)) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Vasisthasana is, it is just name after the greatest rishi Vasistha. It is called
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Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana – Standing Big Toe Pose
Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana – Standing Big Toe Pose
Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana – Standing Big Toe Pose Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Utthita(extended),Hasta (hand),Pada(foot), Angusta(big toe) and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Standing Big Toe Pose or Extended Hand to Big Toe Pose or Big Toe Hold or Standing Hand to Big Toe Pose
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Utthan Pristhasana – Lizard Pose
Utthan Pristhasana – Lizard Pose
Utthan Pristhasana – Lizard Pose Utthan Pristhasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Utthan(Stretch out),Pristha(Back of the body or page of a book) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Utthan Pristhasanais, this pose resembles the position of the Lizard. It is called as Lizard Posein English. Utthan Pristhasana is
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Uttanasana – Standing Forward Bend
Uttanasana – Standing Forward Bend
Uttanasana – Standing Forward Bend Uttanasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Uttana(Intense or Powerful) andasana (posture or pose). It is called as Standing Forward Bendin English. Preparatory Poses for Uttanasana are Supta Padangusthasana, Adho Mukha Svanasana, Paschimottanasana and JanuSirsasana; and the follow-up Poses are inversions, seated forward bends and standing poses.
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Ustrasana – Camel Pose
Ustrasana – Camel Pose
Ustrasana – Camel Pose Ustrasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Ustra(Camel) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Ustrasana is, this pose resembles the position of the Camel. It is called as Camel Posein English. Preparatory Poses for Ustrasana are Virasana, Dhanurasana, SetuBandha, Bhujangasana, SuptaVirasana, Salabhasana and Urdhva Mukha
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Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana – Standing Split Pose
Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana – Standing Split Pose
Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana – Standing Split Pose Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Urdhva(Upward),Prasarita(expanded or spread),Eka (One),Pada (leg) andasana (posture or pose). It is called as Standing Split Pose in English. Preparatory Poses for Urdhva Prasarita Eka Padasana are Padangusthasana (Big Toe Pose), Wide-Legged Forward Bend (Prasarita
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Urdhva Dhanurasana – Upward Bow or Wheel Pose
Urdhva Dhanurasana – Upward Bow or Wheel Pose
Urdhva Dhanurasana – Upward Bow or Wheel Pose Urdhva Dhanurasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Urdhva(Upward),Dhanu(Bow) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Urdhva Dhanurasana is, this pose resembles the position of the Upward Bow. It is called as Upward Bow or Wheel Posein English. Preparatory Poses for Urdhva
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Upavistha Konasana – Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend
Upavistha Konasana – Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend
Upavistha Konasana – Wide Angle Seated Forward Bend Upavistha Konasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Upavistha(Sitting or Seated),Kona (Angle) andasana (posture or pose). It is called as Wide Angle Seated Forward Bendin English. Preparatory Poses for Upavistha Konasana are Supta Baddha Konasana, Dandasana, Supta Padangusthasana, Prasarita Padottanasana and Baddha Konasana; and
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Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana – Three Parts Forward Bend Pose
Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana – Three Parts Forward Bend Pose
Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana – Three Parts Forward Bend Pose Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Trianga(three limbs or parts. It is buttocks, knees and feet), mukha (face), Eka(one),Pada(foot), Paschima(West or back of the body), Uttana (intense stretch)and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Three Parts Forward Bend
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Tolasana – Scale Pose
Tolasana – Scale Pose
Tolasana – Scale Pose Tolasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Tola (Scale or Balance) andasana (posture or pose). It is called as Scale Pose or Elevated Lotus Posein English. Preparatory Poses for Tolasana are Half Lord of the Fish Pose (Ardha Matsyendrasana), Hero Pose (Virasana), Bound Angle Pose (Baddha Konasana), Head
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Svara Yoga Pranayama – Yoga of Sound Breath
Svara Yoga Pranayama – Yoga of Sound Breath
Svara Yoga Pranayama – Yoga of Sound Breath Svara Yoga Pranayama is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Svara (Music or sound), Yoga (yoga) and Pranayama (Breathing technique). It is called as Yoga of Sound Breath in English. It is an effective breathing technique.It helps to reveal the Brahman and Satya to achieve
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Surya Bhedana Pranayama – Single Nostril Breath
Surya Bhedana Pranayama – Single Nostril Breath
Surya Bhedana Pranayama – Single Nostril Breath Surya Bhedana Pranayama is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Surya (sun), Bhedana (piercing or pass through or to break) and Pranayama(Breathing technique). It is called as Single Nostril Breathin English. Surya Bhedana Pranayama is one of the most important Pranayama. Right nostril (nadi) is called
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Sasangasana – Yoga Rabbit Pose
Sasangasana – Yoga Rabbit Pose
Sasangasana – Yoga Rabbit Pose Introduction: Sasangasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Sasanga(Rabbit) and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Sasangasana is,it ressemble the position of the rabbit.It is called as Yoga Rabbit Pose in English. Preparatory poses for Sasangasana are Virasana, Bālāsana, Ustrasana and Bharmanasana; and the
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Salamba Sirsasana – Headstand Pose, Supported Headstand
Salamba Sirsasana – Headstand Pose, Supported Headstand
Salamba Sirsasana – Headstand Pose, Supported Headstand Introduction: Salamba Sirsasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Sa (With), Alamba(Support), Sirsa(Head) and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Headstand Pose on Supported Headstand in English. Preparatory Poses for Salamba Sirsasana are Uttanasana, Salamba Sarvangasana, Virasana and Adho Mukha Svanasana; and the
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Salamba Sarvangasana – Shoulderstand
Salamba Sarvangasana – Shoulderstand
Salamba Sarvangasana – Shoulderstand Introduction: Salamba Sarvangasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Salamba(Supported), Sarva(All),Anga (Limbs) and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Shoulderstand in English. Preparatory Poses for Salamba Sarvangasana are Setu Bandha Sarvangasana, Virasana and Halasana; and the follow-Up Poses are Savasana, Urdhva Dhanurasana and Salamba Sirsasana. Salamba
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Parivrtta Trikonasana – Revolved Triangle Pose
Parivrtta Trikonasana – Revolved Triangle Pose
Parivrtta Trikonasana – Revolved Triangle Pose Introduction: Parivrtta Trikonasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Parivrtta(revolve), Trikona(triangle or three angle), and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Revolved Triangle Pose in English. Preparatory Poses for Parivrtta Trikonasana are Virasana, Supta Baddha Konasana, Utthita Trikonasana, Baddha Konasana, Prasarita Padottanasana, Virabhadrasana II,
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Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana – Compass Pose
Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana – Compass Pose
Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana – Compass Pose Introduction: Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Parivrtta(revolved), Surya (sun),Yantra (instrument) and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Compass Pose or Sundial Pose in English. Preparatory Poses for Parivrtta Surya Yantrasana are Head to Knee Forward Bend (Janu Sirasana), Wide Legged
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Parivrtta Marichyasana – Marichi’s Pose III
Parivrtta Marichyasana – Marichi’s Pose III
Parivrtta Marichyasana – Marichi’s Pose III Introduction: Parivrtta Marichyasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Parivrtta(revolved or Complete), Marichya(Marichi: A Sage name), and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Marichi's Pose III in English. Steps Involved: Start with forming the staff pose on the yoga mat. Bend your right knee
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Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana – Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose
Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana – Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose
Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana – Revolved Head-to-Knee Pose Introduction: Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Parivrtta(revolved), Janu(Knee), Sirsa(Head), and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Revolved Head-to-Knee Posein English. Preparatory Poses for Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana  are Head-of-the-Knee Pose (JanuSirsasana), Reclining Big Toe Pose (Supta Padangusthasana), Wide-Angle Seated Forward
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Padmasana – Lotus Pose
Padmasana – Lotus Pose
Padmasana – Lotus Pose Introduction: Padmasana is very helpful to deepen the mediation and calm the mind and align the body. Padmasana plays a vital role in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. It helps to awaken Kundalini. It is a cross-legged sitting asana. It helps in meditation practises to focus the mind. Padmasana also called as
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Padangusthasana – Big Toe Pose
Padangusthasana – Big Toe Pose
Padangusthasana – Big Toe Pose Introduction: Padangusthasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Pada(Foot),Angusta(Big Toe) and asana (posture or pose). It is called as Big Toe Posein English. Preparatory Poses for Padangusthasana are Intense Forward Bending Pose (Uttanasana), Downward Facing Dog Pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana), Mountain Pose (Pashchimottanasana) and Reclining Big Toe
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Natarajasana – King Dancer Pose, Lord of the Dance Pose
Natarajasana – King Dancer Pose, Lord of the Dance Pose
Natarajasana – King Dancer Pose, Lord of the Dance Pose Introduction: Natarajasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Nata(Dancer),Raja (King)and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Natarajasana is, this pose resembles the cosmic dance of the Hindu god Shiva (Nataraja is one of the name of Lord Shiva). It
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Matsyasana – Fish Pose
Matsyasana – Fish Pose
Matsyasana – Fish Pose Introduction: Matsyasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Matsya(Fish) and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Matsyasana is, this pose resembles the position of the Fish; and the fish eats the dirt and clean the water. Likewise Matsyasana purifies the blood. It is called as
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Marichyasana III – Marichi’s Pose III
Marichyasana III – Marichi’s Pose III
Marichyasana III – Marichi’s Pose III Introduction: MarichyasanaIII is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Marichy (Name of the sage Mariachi, He is the great grandfather of Manu and the son of Brahma.) and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Marichyasana III is, this pose dedicated to sage Marichi.  It
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Marichyasana II – Marichi’s Pose II
Marichyasana II – Marichi’s Pose II
Marichyasana II – Marichi’s Pose II Introduction: Marichyasana II is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Marichy (Name of the sage Mariachi, He is the great grandfather of Manu and the son of Brahma.) and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Marichyasana II is, this pose dedicated to sage Marichi. 
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Marichyasana I – Marichi Sage Pose I
Marichyasana I – Marichi Sage Pose I
Marichyasana I – Marichi Sage Pose I Introduction: Marichyasana I is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Marichy (Name of the sage Mariachi, He is the great grandfather of Manu and the son of Brahma.) and asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Marichyasana I is, this pose dedicated to sage
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Krounchasana – Heron Pose
Krounchasana – Heron Pose
Krounchasana – Heron Pose Introduction: Krounchasana it is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Krouncha(Heron or mountain) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Krounchasana is, this pose resembles the long neck of a heron.  It is called as Heron Posein English. Heron Pose's Preparatory Poses for are Standing Forward Bend
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Karnapidasana – Ear Pressure Pose, Knee to Ear Pose
Karnapidasana – Ear Pressure Pose, Knee to Ear Pose
Karnapidasana – Ear Pressure Pose, Knee to Ear Pose Introduction: Karnapidasana it is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Karna(ears),pida (pain or pressure) andasana (posture or pose). It is called as Ear Pressure Pose or Knee to Ear Pose in English. Karnapidasana is the more advanced version of halasana. That’s wht it is
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Janu Sirsasana – Yoga Head to Knee Pose
Janu Sirsasana – Yoga Head to Knee Pose
Janu Sirsasana – Yoga Head to Knee Pose Introduction: Janu Sirsasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words janu(knee), sirsa(head) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Janu Sirsasana is, this pose resembles the position of the person touching the knee by the head.  It is called as Yoga Head-to-knee posein
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Jalandhara Bandha – Net-Bearer Bond
Jalandhara Bandha – Net-Bearer Bond
Jalandhara Bandha – Net-Bearer Bond Jalandhara Bandha is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Jala (net or web), dhara (holding) or Jalandhar( Name of the Rishi called Jalandhar) and Bandha (bond or contracting). It is called as Net-Bearer Bond or chin lock in English. Jalandhara Bandha is one of the three main Bandhas.
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Hanumanasana – Monkey Pose
Hanumanasana – Monkey Pose
Hanumanasana – Monkey Pose Introduction: Hanumanasana is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Hanuman(A Powerful Hindu God) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Hanumanasana is, this pose resembles the position, when Hanuman leaps the Ocean to help Rama.  It is called as Monkey Posein English. Follow up pose for Hanumanasana
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Halasana – Yoga Plow Pose
Halasana – Yoga Plow Pose
Halasana – Yoga Plow Pose Introduction : Halasana it is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Hala (plow) andasana (posture or pose). Halasana there is no direct meaning for this pose.  It is called as Yoga plow Pose in English. Preparatory poses for halasana are Setu Bandha Sarvangasana and Salamba Sarvangasana; and the
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Garudasana – Eagle Pose
Garudasana – Eagle Pose
Garudasana – Eagle Pose Introduction : Garudasana it is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words Garuda(Eagle or king of the birds in Hindu Mythology) andasana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Garudasana is, this pose resembles the position of the downward facing dog.  It is called as Eagle Posein English. Preparatory
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Eka Pada Rajakapotasana – One-Legged King Pigeon Pose
Eka Pada Rajakapotasana – One-Legged King Pigeon Pose
Eka Pada Rajakapotasana – One-Legged King Pigeon Pose Introduction: Eka Pada Rajakapotasana 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 is, this pose resembles the position of the one legged pigeon.  It is called as One-Legged King Pigeon
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Dhyana – Big Mind Meditation
Dhyana – Big Mind Meditation
Dhyana – Big Mind Meditation Sage Patanjali explained about Dhyana (Big Mind Meditation) in his ‘Pantajali Yoga Sutra’. The below quotes clearly explains the Dhyana. “Dhyana:Full concentration of the mind focused on one of those experiences” Dhyana means "To think of" in Sanskrit. It is the 7th limb of yoga. Dhyana Helps to focus the
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Dhanurasana – Bow Pose
Dhanurasana – Bow Pose
Dhanurasana – Bow Pose This is one of the asana involves with the spinal column. This asana is designed to cultivate the root of our tree of life, the spinal column. The name for this yoga position comes from two Sanskrit words dhanura meaning bow and asana meaning posture or seat, because the person who
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Bhujapidasana Pose – Shoulder Pressing Pose
Bhujapidasana Pose – Shoulder Pressing Pose
Bhujapidasana Pose – Shoulder Pressing Pose The name for this yoga comes from the Sanskrit word, bhuja meaning Shoulder and pita meaning Pressure. Asana is posture as usual. This is an arm supporting asana. But the base supports are the palms. The pose requires both balance and strength to maintain. Beginners may think bhujapidasana is
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Bhekasana – Frog Pose
Bhekasana – Frog Pose
Bhekasana – Frog Pose Bhekasana also known as Mandukasana. Bheka means frog and asana means posture. And the asana resembles a frog as it is called as Frog Pose in English. Bhekasana is kind of intermediate level pose. But Beginners also can do easily with right guidance and practice. Bhekasana is the best asana, if
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Bakasana – Crane Pose/ Crow Pose
Bakasana – Crane Pose/ Crow Pose
Bakasana – Crane Pose/ Crow Pose Bakasana, is also known as Kakasana. The two names come from the Sanskrit words such as kak and baka. baka means crane and kak means crow. Asana means posture or seat. Pose considered as arm balance. Advance method is to drop down from head stand. It strengthens the arms
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Ardha Navasana- Half Boat Pose
Ardha Navasana- Half Boat Pose
Ardha Navasana- Half Boat Pose Navasana is a kind of Asana. It includes variations such as Paripurna Navasana - Full boat Pose, Ardha Navasana - Half Boat Pose and Ekapada Navasana- One legged boat Pose. Nava means Boat and Asana is posing. So the Asana resemble a boat and buttocks entirely balance the body (with
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Ardha Chandrasana – Half Moon Pose
Ardha Chandrasana – Half Moon Pose
Ardha Chandrasana – Half Moon Pose The name Ardha Chandrasana comes from the two Sanskrit words. Ardha means Half and Chandra means Moon or luminous. (The moon has a rich symbolic significance in yoga mythology). Asana refers Posture. This asana helps to channelize your lunar energies. It helps to nurturing the body and lifting your
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Ardha bhekasana – Half frog pose
Ardha bhekasana – Half frog pose
Ardha bhekasana – Half frog pose Ardha bhekasana is also known as Half frog Pose. It is kind of the most challenging deep groin opener pose. Other names are Ardha Mandukasana, One-legged Frog Pose (Eka Pada Bhekasana). It has many variations. This pose resembled the frog’s leg and hence the name. It is an extremely
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Akarm Dhanurasana – Archer Pose, The shooting bow pose
Akarm Dhanurasana – Archer Pose, The shooting bow pose
Akarm Dhanurasana – Archer Pose, The shooting bow pose Introduction : Akarm Dhanurasana it is derived from the combination of the following Sanskrit words the prefix Ā (Towards), Karna (Ear), Dhanu (bow), asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Akarm Dhanurasana is, this pose resembles the position of the shooting bow and arrow
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Adho Mukha Vrksasana – Yoga Handstand Pose
Adho Mukha Vrksasana – Yoga Handstand Pose
Adho Mukha Vrksasana – Yoga Handstand Pose Introduction : Adho Mukha Vrksasana it is derived from the combination of the Sanskrit words adho (downward), mukha (face), vrksa (tree), asana (posture or pose). The reason for the name Adho Mukha Vrksasana is, this pose resembles the position of the strongly rooted tree.  It is called as
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