Padahastasana Advantages and Steps

Padahastasana is named after the Sanskrit words ‘Pada’ and ‘Hastana’, which mean ‘Foot’ and ‘Hands,’ respectively. It is also known as “Standing Forward Fold Pose” in English. Yoga is defined as touching your feet with your hands. Uttanasana is another name for this asana. This asana is a variation of …

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Maha Mudra Steps and Benefits

Maha Mudra is also performed in a sitting pose like other mudras like Gyan Mudra or Ashwani Mudra. To perform this mudra, you don’t need special instruction from a yoga teacher or studio. This post includes specific instructions that must be observed when using this mudra. Use Maha Mudra in …

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Gyan Mudra Steps and Benefits

Gyan Mudra is the name for the posture of the hands when they are on the knees, with the forefinger and thumb of each hand together, and the other fingers facing outward toward the earth. For the purpose of using this Mudra for meditation, take a padmasana position. How to …

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Yogmudra Steps and Benefits

We can perform the Yogmudra in either Padmasana or Vajrasana, But the majority of yogis only perform Yogmudra in Padmasana. People who are unable to sit in Padmasana can perform Yogmudra in Vajrasana. How to do Yogamudra Sit on the floor in Padmasana. Keep your waist and neck straight. Place …

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Ashwatthasana Advantages and Stps

Ashwatthasana is especially important for women when compared to men. It is so because it is easily performed by the fair sex, even during pregnancy. This asana is part of the series of standing asanas. If you miss sitting asanas like Sukhasana, Swastikasana, Siddhasana, and Padmasana, you can read about …

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