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Shanmukhi Mudra

The word shanmukhi comes from the sanskrit: shan means ’seven’ and mukhi means ‘gates’ and mudra, meaning “gesture”. Shanmukhi mudra involves redirecting the awareness inside by closing the seven doors of outer perception: the two eyes, ears and nostrils and the mouth. In this mudra, one should listen to the inner sounds and look for whatever colors or figures appear in the darkness.

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Vajra means diamond & Asana means pose. It’s also one of the very good meditational posture. Usually, breathing exercises like Pranayama, Kapalabhati are done sitting in this position, and it is said that practicing Vajrasana, the body becomes as strong as a diamond.

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Baddha konasana

Baddha - Bound, Koṇa – Angle Baddha konasana is a basic seated asana that opens the hips and the muscles of the groin. It is also called the Butterfly Pose.

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Yoga during Menstruation

There are varied view points by different schools of yoga and even medical professionals, whereby some suggest a 2-3 days of break from Yoga practice, while few suggest a practice with some contra-indications and some do suggest no change in regular practice.

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Virasana is a sanskrit word vira meaning "hero," and asana meaning "pose”.

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It is commonly considered as the counter asana for Sarvangasana. Traditionally Fish Pose is performed with the legs in Padmasana. Since Padmasana is beyond the capacity of most beginning students, we can work with Sukasana.

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The name comes from the Sanskrit word paschima, meaning “west”; uttana, meaning “intense stretch”. It is Seated Forward Bend.

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Vrksasana – Tree pose

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The name comes from the Sanskrit words Chakra meaning "wheel", and Asana meaning "posture". It is a backbend and part of the finishing sequence in the Primary Series of Ashtanga. It gives great flexibility to the spine.

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