Yoga’s not about your flexibility it’s all about your passion your mind support if you are mentally prepared for yoga then you are ready to do it but when you are not prepared by mentally then it is a big problem because whenever your mind in your control then everything in your control and whenever your mind stays cool feel relax then it’s in your control and Yoga is the best way to giving a relax to your mind your body. You should have to do yoga in your daily life doesn’t matter for how long you do it.

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Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana is a classic combination of half lotus pose (Ardha Padmottanasana) and standing forward bend pose (Uttanasana). The name comes from the Sanskrit Ardha, meaning “half,” Baddha, meaning “bound,” Padma, meaning “lotus,” Uttana, meaning “intense stretch,” and asana, meaning “pose” or “posture.”
The pose involves holding one leg as though in half lotus pose and bending forward while standing instead of sitting, as one would in Uttanasana.
Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana may also be referred to as half bound lotus pose in English.

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Niralamba Sirsasana is an advanced headstand that requires a strong sense of balance and focus. The name comes from the Sanskrit, Nira, which means “without”; Lamba, which means “support”; Sirsa, meaning “head”; and asana, meaning “posture” or “pose.”
Niralamba Sirsasana is a variation of Sirsasana or headstand, but the arms or hands do not support any of the bodyweights in the pose. Instead, the arms provide balance without bearing weight. The arm position can vary, but in a common one, the arms reach forward with the fingertips touching the ground.

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Niralamba Sirsasana is an advanced headstand that requires a strong sense of balance and focus. The name comes from the Sanskrit, Nira, which means “without”; Lamba, which means “support”; Sirsa, meaning “head”; and asana, meaning “posture” or “pose.”
Niralamba Sirsasana is a variation of Sirsasana or headstand, but the arms or hands do not support any of the bodyweights in the pose. Instead, the arms provide balance without bearing weight. The arm position can vary, but in a common one, the arms reach forward with the fingertips touching the ground.

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Poorna Bhujangasana is a deep backbend where the legs are also raised from the ground with the toes touching the head that is arched backward unlike Bhujangasana where only the upper body is raised and the legs remain on the ground. Poorna (Purna) Bhujangasana strengthens back muscles and opens up the chest.
In Sanskrit “Poorna” means “Full”, “Bhujanga” which means “Serpent or snake”, and “Asana” means “pose”. The English name is “Full Cobra pose”.

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Matsya Kridasana is a Sanskrit word and means Fish Flapping Pose. In Traditional Hatha Yoga, this posture is seen as a Relaxation Posture that is performed towards the end of a practice. The posture Matsya Kridasana helps the body to restore and rejuvenate. Spirituality, it helps to open and balance Manipura Chakra.

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Salamba Shirshasana, often shortened to Shirshasana, or Yoga Headstand is an inverted asana in modern yoga as exercise; it was described as both an asana and a mudra in classical hatha yoga, under different names.

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Bhadrasana or Gracious pose is a sitting posture and a meditative posture as it is suitable for prolonged periods of sitting. Bhadra means gracious and blessed. According to Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Gheranda Samhita, this asana is a destroyer of diseases, relieves fatigue and tones reproductive organs. This asana helps for normal child delivery. According to Swatmarama it is also known as gorakshasana, and moola bandhasana is a variation of Bhadrasana but in these positions, the foot positions vary slightly.

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Eka Hasta Bhujasana is a challenging arm-balancing pose. Derived from Sanskrit, eka means “one,” hasta means “hand,” bhuja means “arm” and asana means “pose.”

To enter the pose, sit down with the legs stretched straight as one would in Dandasana. Place the right foot on the floor by the left knee so that the right shin is parallel to the ground. Hold the right foot off of the floor with the left hand and place the inside of the right knee on the right hand closer to the shoulder. Place both hands on the floor. Balancing with both hands, lift the body off of the floor. Remain in the pose for 20 seconds. Repeat the same sequence on the opposite side.

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Hanumanasana is an advanced seated asana that requires lots of flexibility in the hips, groin, and legs — particularly the hamstrings and quadriceps. The name comes from the name of the Hindu monkey god, Hanuman; and asana, meaning “pose.” This asana is named as such because it represents the leap Hanuman made from the southern tip of India, as described in the epic poem, “Ramayana.”

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