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Bhujangasana and Urdhva Mukha Svanasana
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Cobra Pose and Upward Facing Dog
So far in the Yoga Basics Series we’ve learnt some great poses for beginners! These two back bends have some amazing effects physically and physiologically. You can practice Sphinx pose if you have a tight spine, Cobra pose for a deeper arch or Upward Facing Dog for the full posture.
Knees Chest Chin OR Chaturanga Dandasana
So far in the Yoga Basics Series we’ve learnt some great poses for beginners! The following variations are great transitions to use while flowing from Downward Dog to the ground. However they are a bit more difficult to master! First I’ll introduce Knees Chest & Chin posture then the more challenging Chaturanga Dandasana aka Four-Limbed Staff Pose.
Low Lunge | Anjaneyasana
Anjaneyasana is Sanskrit (yogi language) for Low Lunge. This is one of the most basic poses to learn and I’ve included two variations. The first one is for beginners or people struggling with balance. Keeping your hands on the ground and pulling your chest through helps maintain the equilibrium. The second variation is a little more advanced, this posture offers a nice stretch along the abdominals while bringing your hands up and arching your back.