Health and Fitness

half frog pose (ardha bhekasana)
To Come Benefits: Stretches ankles, thighs, front of body. 
Improves posture
. Stimulates abdominal organs Contraindications: Blood pressure (high or low), 
migraines
, insomnia, Read more.
eye of the needle pose (sucirandhrasana)
Lie on back, knees bent and soles of feet on the floor. Breathe deeply, let the body relax into the mat. Read more.
happy baby pose (ananda balasana)
Lie on your back, draw knees to chest. Open knees, bringing them toward armpits. Stack each ankle over knees, shins perpendicular Read more.
wind-relieving pose (pavanamuktasana)
             Lie on your back, feet together, arms at your sides. Inhale, exhale- raise left Read more.
full pigeon or swan pose (eka pada rajakapotasana)
  Urdhva prasarita padasana    Apanasana Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Read more.
pigeon or swan pose (eka pada rajakapotasana)
Come into the pose from either downward facing dog or table pose (on hands and knees). Slide right knee up between hands so Read more.
Half chair or half ankle to knee pose (standing pigeon)
Stand up tall, feet parallel and under hip bones, shoulders in line with hips. Inhale, bend knees and sink hips down Read more.
tip toe pose (ek padangustasana)
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garland pose or full squat (malasana)
     1)Bring feet fairly close together (wider if necessary). Exhale- squat, keeping heels on floor if possible or place Read more.
three legged downward facing dog (tri pada adho mukha svanasana)
    Down dog split     Down dog split with open hips Wall splits Dolphin pose Facebook Twitter Google+ Read more.
downward facing dog (adho mukha svanasana)
Start on the floor on your hands and knees (table pose), knees below your hips and wrists below your shoulders. Read more.
low lunge or crescent lunge (anjaneyasana)
From high lunge drop back (left) knee to mat. Place blanket under knee for more cushioning if needed for sensitive knees. Place right Read more.