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The word SUKHA could be deciphered as “euphoria, relish, satisfaction, and solace“. Sukhasana is one of the most agreeable and

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A man concentrated on sexual continence controls and transforms the sexual energy into subtle, mental energy that spreads through the

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Etymology In Sanskrit, Paschima refers to back or west, and Uttana implies expansion or curve. Accordingly, the expression “Paschimottanasana” is

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Historical background The Sanskrit expression PADMA signifies “lotus”, thus the interpretation of PADMASANA is “The Lotus Pose”. The asana was

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Nauli Kriya

Historical backgrounds The word “NAULI” can’t be found in any dictionary. Be that as it may, NAU means boat and

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Mandukasana or “The Frog” Pose has different variants. The one we are going to acquaint with you in the following,

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Konasana Or Parchvatanasana

This asana is very famous, and it is highly practiced in South India. It is suggested that the daily session of asanas incorporate this asana too. Apart from its exceptionally valuable impacts, Konasana additionally improves the gainful effects of Paschimottanasana.

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Etymology: The interpretation for Halasana is “The Plow Posture.” Metaphorically, Halasana represents for the yogis, the plow that cleanses the

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Etymology:  in Sanskrit, GARUDA means hawk, so, GARUDASANA might be interpreted as “the posture of the eagle”. Rules: GARUDASANA is

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The significance of this asana lies in the way that it makes the spine more flexible. Valuable EFFECTS Chakrasan tones

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Etymology: The English meaning of the Sanskrit language of the term “BHADRA” means “throne.” Bhadrasana means the “posture of the

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