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Asana (Sanskrit आसन āsana [ˈ'ːsənə] 'sitting down', < आस ās 'to sit down'[1]) is a body position, typically associated with the practice of Yoga, originally identified as a mastery of sitting still, ...


Asanas and Stress
Asanas greatly influence the functioning of the endocrine system. We know the important role the endocrine glands play during stress adaptation, by secreting the stress hormones.

Asana and the Yams/Niyams: Ahimsa is the Key
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Asana Column: Parivrtta Parsvakonasana (Revolved Side Angle Pose)
This pose can improve digestion, cleanse abdominal organs, and enhance spinal flexibility and alignment.
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Asana Building Blocks
The seven primary types of movement are:
flexion (decreasing the angle at the joint - such as chin to chest) ...

Asana
sthira-sukham āsanam ~ Patanjali's Yoga Sutras II:46
The connection to the earth should be steady and joyful.

Asanas & Pranayam (4 basics):
These are necessary ingredients for every practice: ...

Asanas : Importance of Yoga posture in kundalini yoga
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Savasana
Savasana is yet another important Yoga pose. Savasana relaxes and invigorates your body and mind. It also relieves pressure, anxiety and calms the mind.

Balasana is a resting pose. Stay anywhere from 30 seconds to a few minutes. Beginners can also use Balasana to get a taste of a deep forward bend, where the torso rests on the thighs. Stay in the pose from 1 to 3 minutes.

Tadasana - Yoga Mountain Pose
Most series of yoga poses & exercises begin and end in the tadasana (mountain pose). In this pose you concentrate on your position and your breathing.

Tadasana
Health / Yoga / Tadasana : Palm tree pose - standing posture.
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Navasana - Boat Pose
Benefits: Does so much more than make you look good on Kit's Beach this summer. Increases
strength in mid section while simultaneously lengthening the back muscles. Prevents nagging
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Halasana
What is Halasana?
Halasana is also called the Plow pose because when you reach to the final position of this pose your body resembles the shape of Hala the Indian plough.

VAJRASANA
BENEFITS
If you sit in this Asana for fifteen minutes immediately after food, the food will be digested well. Dyspeptics will derive much benefit. The Nadis, nerves and muscles of the legs and thighs are strengthened.

Savasana is better than sleep.   End each yoga session with Savasana.   In Savasana, our bodies integrate and assimilate what we have just practiced.

Asanas -
Asanas are beneficial in treatment of diabetes. Important aspect of Asanas is stability and comfort experienced in the position. After attaining the position, one needs to relax all the muscles and try to maintain the positions for long.

Asana in Ancient Texts
There are several texts that are referenced over and over as the philosophical basis for the physical side of yoga, but little mention of yoga postures is made in them.

Tadasana - Mountain Pose
Tadasana, and coming returning to stillness after other poses, is an excellent way of getting acquainted with stillness.
Vrikshasana - Tree Pose ...

Tadasana - Mountain Pose
Tadasana - Begin by bringing awareness to the Surface Of The Feet.
The foundation of a tree is its roots therefore bring awareness to the feet first in this yoga pose.

Talasana ~ the palm pose
Stand erect with feet together or apart. Keep hands parallel to the sides, chest forward, neck straight, abdomen and chin in. Slowly raise one arm to vertical position and simultaneously rise on the toes and inhale.

Padmasana is well-known [sitting posture]
Virasana is that in which a sitting man [or woman] has one foot in contact with the ground, and places the other over the partially inclined knee.

The Asanas
The Lion Pose (Simhasana)
Contraindications: Knee pain or injury ...

Padmasana for beginners
If you have problem overlapping both your legs and sitting in Padmasana, you may also sit in Ardha - Padmasana (Half - Lotus pose) by placing any one leg on the opposite thigh.

The asana called matsyasana (the fish pose) is often performed immediately following the shoulders/and. Even beginners find this posture easy to maintain. However, there is usually exaggerated movement in the chest.

Basic Asanas
'Yoga' is a Sanskrit word which means 'union' - the union of our mind, body and spirit. To learn yoga and achieve physical and mental excellence, this scientific system requires discipline and obedience to certain rules.

The Virasana Arm/Shoulder Stretch
Hero Pose
The purpose of this pose is to help give the entire body a very complete stretch from the heels to the head.

Asana is one of the eight limbs of classical Yoga, which states that poses should be steady and comfortable, firm yet relaxed helping a practitioner to become more aware of their body, mind, and environment.

Asanas are also based on a sound knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. Yogis knew that placing the body in certain positions would stimulate specific nerves, organs and glands.

Asana
yoga movement, position, pose or posture, and the names of almost all yoga poses end in "asasa".
Ashrama ...

'Asanas' in Sanskrit means posture. There are around 84 asanas - each one has a special name, special form and a distinct way of performing. Asanas are designed to promote, a state of mental and physical well-being or good health.

Balasana
(bah-LAHS-anna)
- Child's pose is a resting pose and a gentle forwrd bend. - Inhale, kneel up on the floor with your knees about hip width aprart.

Trikona-asana - The Triangle Pose
Translation:
The Sanskrit word tri means three and kona means corner or angle. Thus "three corner or three angle posture" is often called the triangle posture. This posture is also known as the utthita trikona-asana.

See also: See also: Yoga, Prana, Health, Pranayama, Body

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