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In the human body the prana (life force) - the energy that is essential for life moves in five different ways. Each of this energy moves in specific ways and through specific parts of the body - having different functions to help support the functioning of the body. These different forms of prana are named as the pancha vayus (as per yoga and ayurveda). They are: Prana Vayu, Apana Vayu, Samana Vayu, Udana Vayu & Vyana Vayu. Sitting Yoga Poses, Teacher Signs, How To Improve Relationship, Samana, Breathing Techniques, Types Of Yoga, Chakra Meditation, Good Communication, Pranayama

Samana Vayu Mudra Yoga | Yoga Sequences, Benefits, Variations, and Sanskrit Pronunciation | Tummee.com

Detailed description of Samana Vayu Mudrawith benefits, yoga sequencing ideas with pictures, contraindications, modifications, variations, and breathing techniques.

Crane Pose or otherwise called as Bakasana in Sanskrit, is a powerful, yet simple arm balancing pose. Considered to be one of the first poses' to master in the categories of Arm Balance poses, the flexibility of the shoulders and the wrists are put to test. When comparing it to the Crane bird, it should be kept in mind that despite the legs of the crane which are lean and long, the bird stands tall and strong for long hours, and this is what one needs to achieve while practicing this pose. Sitting Yoga Poses, Crane Pose, How To Start Yoga, Breathing Techniques, Good Posture, Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga Sequences, Medical Advice, Arm Balance

Crane Pose (Bakasana) Relaxing-Poses | Tummee.com

Crane Pose (Bakasana) Relaxing-Poses. Detailed description of Crane Pose along with benefits, yoga sequencing ideas with pictures, contraindications, modifications, and breathing techniques.

Plan your yoga sequences for all levels of students with variations of Seated Sun Salutation (Upavistha Surya Namaskar). Discover variations of more yoga poses to teach in your yoga classes! Sun Salutation Sequence, Yoga Flow Sequence, Yoga Sequences, Sitting Yoga Poses, Warm Up Yoga, Surya Namaskar, Yoga Teacher Training, My Yoga, Medical Advice

Seated Sun Salutation Yoga (Upavistha Surya Namaskar) | Yoga Sequences, Benefits, Variations, and Sanskrit Pronunciation | Tummee.com

Detailed description of Seated Sun Salutation (Upavistha Surya Namaskar) with benefits, yoga sequencing ideas with pictures, contraindications, modifications, variations, and breathing techniques.

The general practice of Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose) has the arms stretched from behind and around the shoulders and held in a bind, but here in Gomukhasana Variation 2 the hands are placed in Anjali Mudra close to the heart chakra. Gomukhasana Variation 2 is generally done at the end of a yoga practice to help the mind prepare for meditation. Sitting Yoga Poses, Cow Face Pose, Lower Back Muscles, Deep Relaxation, Restorative Yoga, Core Muscles, Abdominal Muscles, Yoga Teacher Training, Yin Yoga

Cow Face Pose Variation 2 Yoga (Gomukhasana Variation 2) | Yoga Sequences, Benefits, Variations, and Sanskrit Pronunciation | Tummee.com

The general practice of Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose) has the arms stretched from behind and around the shoulders and held in a bind, but here in Gomukhasana Variation 2 the hands are placed in Anjali Mudra close to the heart chakra. Gomukhasana Variation 2 is generally done at the end of a yoga practice to help the mind prepare for meditation. Anjali Mudra when used in any yoga posture signifies the intention of spiritual awakening.

‘Paryanka’ means a bed, couch or sofa. This asana is a continuation of Supta Virasana. At the time of practicing this pose, the body resembles a couch and hence the name Couch Pose. This pose is a reclined backbend that is done in supine position and is generally categorized as an Intermediate Level Pose. Couch Pose helps boost energy in the body and hence can be included in flow yoga sequences. Sitting Yoga Poses, Fish Pose, Seven Chakras, Bed Couch, Yoga Sequences, Yoga Flow, Lungs, Yoga Teacher, Yoga Poses

Couch Pose Yoga (Paryankasana) | Yoga Sequences, Benefits, Variations, and Sanskrit Pronunciation | Tummee.com

Paryanka means a bed, couch or sofa. This yoga pose is a continuation of Supta Virasana. At the time of practicing this pose, the body resembles a couch and hence the name Couch Pose. This pose is a reclined backbend that is done in supine position and is generally categorized as an Intermediate Level Pose.

Boat Pose Variation on Chair is a beginner practice, but a variation of the traditional Complete Boat Pose (Navasana). This variation uses the prop of a chair which can help students to remain in the posture longer if working on strengthening the core muscles. It can also be an alternative practice for students, making it easier if unable to sit on the floor, and yet having the same impact as the practice of Navasana. Best Positions, Yoga Positions, Sitting Yoga Poses, Breathe In The Air, Boat Pose, How To Start Yoga, Chair Yoga, Types Of Yoga, Core Muscles

Boat Pose Variation On Chair Yoga (Navasana Variation On Chair) | Yoga Sequences, Benefits, Variations, and Sanskrit Pronunciation | Tummee.com

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Bhunamanasana is a Sanskrit work in which ‘bhu’ implies the ‘earth’, and ‘naman’ means ‘prostrate’ or ‘salute’. Hence from the name - Bhu Naman Asana, it simply means Greeting or Prostrating to the Mother Earth. In Yoga there are various poses where the body prostrates the Earth. Any pose where the body is flat on the floor with the face down is equivalent of prostrating. Sitting Yoga Poses, Face Down, Abdominal Muscles, Sanskrit, Yoga Sequences, Yoga Teacher, Asana, Upper Body, Plexus Products

Greeting The Earth Pose Yoga (Bhunamanasana) | Yoga Sequences, Benefits, Variations, and Sanskrit Pronunciation | Tummee.com

Bhunamanasana is a Sanskrit work in which bhu implies the earth, and naman means prostrate or salute. Hence from the name - Bhu Naman Asana, it simply means Greeting or Prostrating to the Mother Earth. In Yoga there are various poses where the body prostrates the Earth. Any pose where the body is flat on the floor with the face down is equivalent of prostrating. But here, in this particular pose, the prostrating of the body is done while the spine is twisted and hence Bhunamanasana is also…