Salamba Sarvangasana I- 2 Alamba means a prop, a support and sa together with or accompanied by. Salamba, therefore, means supported or propped up. Sarvanga (Sarva=all, whole, entire, complete; anga=limb […]Continue reading "Salamba Sarvangasana I"
Mukta Hasta Sirsasana- 6 Mukta means free. Hasta means hand. This is the most difficult variation of Sirsasana to master. When it comes comfortably, one is a perfect master of […]Continue reading "Mukta Hasta Sirsasana"
Salamba Sirsasana- 5 Salamba means with support. Sirsa means the head. This is the head stand pose, one of the most important Yogic asanas. It is the basic posture. It […]Continue reading "Salamba Sirasana"
Paschimottcmasana – 6 (Also called Ugrasana or Brahmacharyasana) Paschima literally means the west. I t implies the back of the whole body from the head to the heels. The anterior […]Continue reading "Paschimottcmasana"
Marichyasana – 5 This asana is dedicated to the sage Mar!chi, son of the Creator, Brahma. Mar!chi was the grandfather of Surya (the Sun God). Technique I. Sit on the […]Continue reading "Marichyasana"
Parivrtta Janu Sirasana – 9 Parivrtta means turned round, revolved, janu means the knee and sirsa the head. I n this variation of Janu S1irasana one leg is extended on […]Continue reading "Parivrtta Janu Sirasana"