How to do the Vajrasana, Its Benefits & Precautions?

Vajrasana, Thunderbolt Pose, or Diamond Pose, is a kneeling asana in hatha yoga and modern yoga as exercise. Medieval texts describe a variety of poses under this name.The practitioner sits on the heels with the calves beneath the thighs. There is a four finger gap between the kneecaps, and the first toe of both the feet touch each other and sit erect.The name comes from the Sanskrit words vajra, a weapon whose name means "thunderbolt" or "diamond", and asana (आसन, āsana) meaning "posture" or "seat".How to do the Vajrasana pose:You can get into the Vajrasana pose in six simple steps:Start by kneeling on the floor. Consider using a yoga mat for comfort.Pull your knees and ankles together and point your feet in line with your legs. The bottoms of your…
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How to Do Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose)? – Gomukhasana Benefits & Precautions.

Gomukhasana (Sanskrit: गोमुखासन; IAST: Gomukhāsana) or Cow Face Pose is a seated asana in hatha yoga and modern yoga as exercise, sometimes used for meditation. How to Do Gomukhasana? https://youtu.be/otNdmnJYICcSit in dandasna now bend both knees slightly and bring the knees close to torso knees facing up Now place either of the heel touching the opposite hip from outside and bring the knee straight in front of groin, as the bottom leg makes a triangle Do the same with the other leg by placing the other leg bent over the bottom leg and knee should be on top of the bottom leg knee, both heels should touch the outer hip Now take the same side of the arms overhead which is on top, and another hand from the bottom trying…
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How to do Bhujapidasana – Shoulder-Pressing Pose?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kEr1A2N0_8RequirementDeep forward bend with bent knees, ability to sit in squat, strong forearms and shoulders InstructionsSit in malasana , place both shoulders between knees and start squeezing the shoulders with knees and resist with shoulders by trying to keep the chest wide,As you inhale place the shoulders behind the knees and keep on squeezing the shoulders then place the palm behind the heels flat shoulder with apart,With exhalation sit back down on elbows and cross the ankles in frontIf you are comfortable here bend the knees more to take the ankles closer to hips and exhale to drop the chin or forehead down on the floor for the final positionHold the final position for 5 to 8 breathNow as you inhale lift the head back up and straight the legs for firefly to…
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How to do Navasana (Boat Pose), Precautions and Its Benefits?

https://youtu.be/ZZks_QMQTbg How to do Navasana (Boat Pose), Precautions and Its Benefits? We shall begin from staff pose dandasana. We shall slightly lean back maintaining the spine tall and with bent knees, we shall raise the knees close to the chest without slouching the spineOnce we get comfortable balancing on hips we shall try to keep the legs together and straighten the legs without dropping the knees, we can straighten our knees to the limit we personally can reach, the more you have practiced it the more you will be able to strengthen and hold, Keep the palms facing each other parallel to each other at should level,Navasana Precautions:Be careful about the lower back. Neck and also tail bone if tail bone hits the floor which is rare to use a…
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How to Do Trianga Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana and Its Benefits?

https://youtu.be/3JTPHgkhkXs How to Do Trianga Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana and Its Benefits? Trianga Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana forms part of the Iyengar Yoga, as well as Ashtanga Yoga. Along with the combination of three poses, like; Dandasana, Virasana (Hero Pose), and Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Fold Pose), it is also a combination of three limbs or parts. These parts are buttocks, knees, and feet, hence the name ‘Trianga.’Trianga Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana Benefits:This seated forward fold pose done with one leg bent backward has many benefits since it has a combination of many poses, as mentioned earlier. Given below are these benefits explained:Stretches and Strengthens:The forward bend in Trianga Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana helps to stretch the entire back, hips, thighs, knees, feet, shoulders, arms, neck, and the abdominal area. With this stretch, the spine elongates, building the flexibility…
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How to do Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana, Step by step instructions, Its Benefits and Precautions?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_Fme0O0CQ8 How to do Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana, Step by step instructions, Its Benefits and Precautions? Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana:Half-bound lotus intense west stretch (Ardha means half, Baddha (similar to bandha) means bound, caught or restrained, Padma means lotus, Paschim means west, Uttana means intense.)Forward bending with the foot in half lotus has a powerful effect on the liver and spleen. This is the purpose of forward bending with your heel pressing into your abdomen—to stimulate the liver and spleen.Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana Step by step instructions:From Dandasana, place your right leg into the half-lotus position, heel moving toward your navel, ankle on top of your left thigh and right knee moving toward the left knee. Try to turn the sole of your foot upward as you bring your leg…
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How to Do Marichyasana A, Its Benefits & Step-by-Step Instructions?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHjRng8GuY4 How to Do Marichyasana A, Its Benefits & Step-by-Step Instructions? Marichyasana A, Marichi's Pose, Pose Dedicated to the Sage MarichiMarichyasana is a pose from the Ashtanga primary series. It is done about midway through the seated poses after the hips and hamstrings have been warmed up with Janu Sirsasana. Marichyasana A is followed by the B, C, and D variations of the pose, which incorporate more forward folding and twisting.The pose is named for Marichi, one of the sons of the Hindu god of creation, Brahma.Marichyasana A Benefits:This pose stretches the shoulders, back, hamstrings, and hips. It is a great stretch for runners to help relieve tight hamstrings. It is also regarded as a calming pose and one that can help you with introspection.Marichyasana A Step-by-Step Instructions:Begin by sitting…
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How to Do Janushirasana (Head to Knee Pose), Its Benefits and Precautions?

 Janu Sirsasana (Head to Knee Pose)Sit with the legs outstretched in front of you (Dandasana).Bend your right knee and place the right foot against the left inner thigh, relaxing the knee down.As you inhale, lengthen the spine and raise your arms either side of your head.Rotate your upper body slightly so you are facing the left leg and then fold forward from the hips as you exhale.Keep your spine long, chest open, and shoulders relaxed.Place your hands down, framing your left leg, or take hold of your ankle or foot.Stay for 5 to 10 breaths.Inhale, as you come out of the poseJanu Sirsasana (Head to Knee Pose) Benefits:Calms the mind.Stimulates digestion.Stretches the hips, back of the body, and groins.Relieves menstrual discomfort.Stimulates the kidneys and liver.Janu Sirsasana (Head to Knee Pose)…
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How to Do Urdhva Hastasana (Upward Salute Pose), Step-by-Step Instructions, Contraindications and Cautions and Its Benefits?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3z3vwoqiseQ&feature=youtu.be How to Do Urdhva Hastasana (Upward Salute Pose), Step-by-Step Instructions, Contraindications and Cautions and Its Benefits?  5/5 Urdhva Hastasana literally translates to "Raised Hands Pose," but it is also sometimes called Tadasana, the Palm Tree Pose.Urdhva Hastasana (Upward Salute Pose): Step-by-Step InstructionsStep 1Stand in Tadasana. Turn your arms outward (or laterally) so your palms face away from your torso and thumbs point backward. With an inhale, sweep your arms out to the sides and up toward the ceiling.See also, Seven Strategies to Reduce StressStep 2If you're tighter in the shoulders, stop when your arms are approximately parallel to each other. But if possible without hunching your shoulders forward, press your palms firmly together by, touching the bases of your palms first, then the palms themselves, and finally the…
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