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In this asana the upper body is totally twisted and turned providing a good stretch. Technique: Sit down and stretch your both legs forward. Now bend the right leg and place the feet near the knees of left leg. Now bring your left hand by crossing the right leg and place the palm other side
This asana is mainly done by yogis for being siddha, so it is called as Siddhasna. The main function of this asana is to awaking the power of kundalini. Technique: Sit down and stretch your leg’s in front of you. Now bend the left leg, hold the heel, and place it near perineum. The sole
This is the next variation for padmasana. In this asana the body is lifted up by hands so it is called uttitha padmasana. Technique: Come in padmasana; now place both hands down placing palms down. Now pull your both thigh’s upward by upward force of hands. Maintain this posture for some seconds as you can.
This posture is very beneficial for intestine. Technique: Sit in padmasana and stretch your both hands upside over the head. Now stretch yourself up. This asana will help you as much as you stretch yourself, but be preventive. Benefits: This asana provides a good exercise to arms. This asana should be performed after doing suryabhedana
This is the variation of padmasana. This asana is difficult to perform but it is good for making body strong. Technique: Come in padmasana and now stretch your hands back, now interlock your fingers and stretch back as much as you can. Benefits: In this posture the weight of the body is borne by knees
This asana is very popular as it is easy to acquire and gives much of benefits. Technique:- Sit down, stretch your both leg’s forward. Now bend right leg and place on thigh of other leg, and now fold your left leg and place on thigh of right leg, where as the right leg is already
When GarudaAsana is performed, the pose of the body appears to be that of an eagle. So the asana is called GarudaAsana. Technique: Stand erect. Keep the right leg straight on the ground and bring the left leg over the right thigh above the right knee. The left leg should be entwined around the right
Vruksha means a tree. In this asana, the body assumes the shape of a tree. So it is called as VrukshaAsana. Technique: Stand on either leg. If difficulty is experienced to balance the body on one leg, take the support of the wall. Bend the other leg at the knee and place its heel at
In this asana, the body remains in a half standing position with the support of the heel of one leg and the knee of of the second leg. The body assumes the worshiping God. Technique: Stand erect. Hold the left leg and place the heel on the thigh or at the root of the genitals.