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Kurmasana or the Tortoise Pose is an asana (body position) associated with the practice of Yoga. This position makes the body flexible and rejuvenates the nervous system due to the spinal stretch. To ...
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Chakrasana energises the body and rejuvenates nerves. Regular practise of this posture can cure ailments related to the respiratory, nervous and endocrine systems.  Yoga, ...
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Hala means plough. A person in this posture resembles a plough. Halasana is usually done as a part of Sarvangasana. Halasana improves blood circulation and relieves one from the problems of ...
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Stand with your feet close together. Make a deep inhalation and stretch both arms straight over the head. Feel the entire body stretching up. Exhale and bend forward down towards the ground with the ...
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Sit down and stretch your legs as wide apart as you can. Inhale deeply and stretch both arms up over the head. Now bend the knees upwards slightly and bring the arms down and place them with palms ...
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Padma means lotus. Padmasana is the lotus pose. This is the asana for meditation. Sit on the floor with legs straight. Bend the right leg at the knee, grab the right foot with your hands and place ...
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Once you have mastered the Bhujangasana you can try a slightly varied form of the same asana. From the Bhujangasana, move the legs a little apart and walk the hands back towards the hips as far as ...
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Lie flat on your back. Bend the knees upwards. Keep both feet close to your buttocks. Grab your ankles with both hands. Push your hips and chest up as far as possible forming an arch. Hold the ...
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Lie down flat on your back. Bring the feet together. Place your hands with palms downwards beneath the thighs close to the buttocks. Then lift the chest up by pushing the elbows into the ground. When ...
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Sit on the floor with the legs stretched straight in front. Place the hands flat on the floor behind your back with fingers pointing backwards. Drop your head backwards gently. Make your hands a ...
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Sit on the floor with legs stretched out straight in front. Bend the left knee and place it in such a way that the outer side of the left thigh and the calf touch the floor firmly. See that the left ...
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Sit in the normal cross legged position. Then take hold of the right foot with both hands and gently bring the sole of the foot close to your chest. Now slide the foot towards the nose and finally up ...
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Hala means plough. A person in this posture resembles a plough. Halasana is usually done as part of Sarvangasana. From the Sarvangasana position, exhale and lower both the legs over and beyond the ...
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Sarva Anga means all parts. This asana is said to bring benefits to the whole body. In order to perform the Sarvangasana properly you need some preparatory exercises that help strengthen the ...
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Hala means plough. A person in this posture resembles a plough. Halasana is usually done as part of Sarvangasana. From the Sarvangasana position, exhale and lower both the legs over and beyond the ...
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