4 Yoga Mudras/Asanas To Enhance Your Sexual Vitality.
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Asana
In the practice of Yoga, Asana denotes the art of sitting still and also any posture useful for restoring and maintaining a practitioner's well-being and improving the body's flexibility and vitality,...
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Mudra
A mudra (/muːˈdrɑː/; Sanskrit mudrā, मुद्रा, meaning "seal", "mark", or "gesture"; Tibetan chakgya, ཕྱག་རྒྱ་) is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism. While some mudras involve the en...
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Bhujangasana
Bhujangasana (/ˈbuː.dʒænˈɡɑː.sɑː.nɑː/; Sanskrit: भुजङ्गासन; IAST: Bhujaṅgāsana) or Cobra Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words bhujanga meaning "snake" or "serpent" and asan...
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Hot yoga
Hot yoga refers to yoga exercises performed under hot and humid conditions. Often associated with the style devised by Bikram Choudhury, hot yoga is now used to describe any number of yoga styles that...
4 Yoga Mudras/Asanas To Enhance Your Sexual Vitality.
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Garbhāsana
Garbhasana (Sanskrit: गर्भासन; IAST: Garbhāsana), Embryo Pose, Foetus Pose, or Fetus Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words garbha meaning "embryo" or "fetus" and asana (आसन)...
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Human knot (contortion)
The human knot is a type of contortion pose performed by frontbend contortionists. It consists of positioning the knees behind the shoulders and crossing the ankles behind the head or the mid-back.In ...
List of Mudras in Indian Classical Dance
One of the most striking features of Hindu dance is the use of hand gestures.Speaking in dance via gestures, rather than orally, in order to visually convey outer events or things, as well as inner fe...
List of Mudras in Indian Classical Dance - Wikipedia
Malasaña
Malasaña is an area of Madrid with a creative and countercultural scene.
Malasaña is to the west of Chueca and to the east of Argüelles. It is surrounded by several metro stations and is a central...
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Yoga series
Yoga series consist of asanas done in sequence. The most common yoga series is Surya Namaskara or the Sun Salutation, originating in the Hatha Yoga system.
Surya Namaskara Sanskrit for Sun Salutat...
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Bakasana
Bakāsana (Sanskrit: बकासन, Crane Pose), often used interchangeably with Kakasana (Sanskrit: काकासन, Crow Pose) is an asana. In all variations, Crane/Crow is an arm balancing asana in which han...
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List of mudras (dance)
One of the most striking features of Hindu dance is the use of hand gestures.Speaking in dance via gestures, rather than orally, in order to visually convey outer events or things, as well as inner fe...
List of mudras (dance) - Wikipedia
Chakrasana
Chakrasana (Sanskrit: चक्रासन IAST: Chakrāsana, Wheel Pose), also called Urdva Dhanurasana (Sanskrit: ऊर्ध्वधनुरासन; IAST: Ūrdhvadhanurāsana, Upward-Facing Bow Pose) is an asana. It is a backb...
Chakrasana - Wikipedia
Backbend
A backbend is a gymnastics, contortion, or dance move, where the spine is bent backwards, and catching oneself with the hands. Throughout the move, the abdominal muscles, obliques, and legs are used t...
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Jānuśīrṣāsana
Janu Sirsasana (JAH-noo shur-SHAH-sah-nah; Sanskrit: जानु शीर्षासन; IAST: jānu śīrṣāsana), Head-to-Knee Pose, Head-to-Knee Forward Bend, Head of the Knee Pose, or Head-on-Knee Pose is an asana. It...
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Salabhasana
Salabhasana, Shalabhasana (Sanskrit: शलभासन; IAST: Śalabhāsana), Locust Pose, or Grasshopper Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words "shalabh" which means "grasshopper"
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Añjali Mudrā
Añjali Mudrā or praṇāmāsana (Sanskrit: प्रणामासन) is a hand gesture which is practiced throughout Asia and beyond. It is used as a sign of respect and a greeting in India and Sri Lanka and amongs...
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Gomukhāsana
Gomukhasana (goh-moo-KHA-sah-nah; Sanskrit: गोमुखासन; IAST: Gomukhāsana) or Cow Face Pose is an asana.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words Go (गो, Go) meaning "cow", Mukha (मुख, mukha) mean...
Gomukhāsana - Wikipedia
Pranayama
Prāṇāyāma (Sanskrit: प्राणायाम prāṇāyāma) is a Sanskrit word meaning "extension of the prāṇa or breath" or "extension of the life force". The word is composed of two Sanskrit words: prana, life fo...
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List of gestures
Gestures are a form of nonverbal communication in which visible bodily actions are used to communicate important messages, either in place of speech or together and in parallel with spoken words. Gest...
List of gestures - Wikipedia
Sirsasana
Sirsasana, Shirshasana (sher-SHAH-sahn-ah; Sanskrit: शीर्षासन; IAST: Śīrṣāsana), Sirshasana, or Headstand is an asana.In the Supported Headstand (Salamba Sirsasana), the body is completely inverte...
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List of asanas
Asanas are yoga-poses. This page describes common asanas.
Hatha yoga asanas were first described in the sutras. In modern times as more books were written by different yogi or guru, the nomenclatu...
List of asanas - Wikipedia