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Yin Yoga Sequence On Blue Background
This yin yoga sequence helps you to accept the sadness and grief you may be feeling. It doesn’t magically make these feelings disappear, but it gives you a way to cope with them. How To Feel Your Feelings Even if you’re familiar with the phrase “feel your feelings,” it can be difficult to actually feel...
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Lion’s breath will make you feel light, loose and free. It is an exercise that stretches your face muscles, jaw, and tongue. It can relieve tension and stress. How To Do Lion’s Breath Breathe in through your noseExhaleOpen your mouth widestick out your tonguesay „ha“ while forcefully exhalingfocus on your third eye or the tip...
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There are days when you feel as though your life is spiraling out of control – and you need something to calm you down. This Yin Yoga sequence is a simple way to relieve stress. Yesterday my thoughts were all over the place and I couldn’t focus on anything. I’ve had a very exhausting time...
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This sun salutation cheat sheet guides you through the practice and make it easier to remember the order of the poses. Download your Sun Salutation A and B Sequence PDF to remember when to inhale and exhale. Etsy Shop Get -20% Off Instagram Sun Salutation A and B Cheat Sheet inkl. Breathing and Stick-Figures Get...
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Yoga stick figures offer an innovative way to learn yoga poses. Whether you’re new to yoga or a yoga teacher, these illustrated cards will make it easy for you to remember the names of the poses. Etsy Shop Get -20% Off Instagram Free Samples: 8 Yoga Stick-Figures If you were thinking about getting my 108 Yoga...
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The Warrior Yoga Poses are a group of related standing postures in modern yoga. This article helps you to learn the Sanskrit names of Warrior 1, Warrior 2, Warrior 3, Reverse Warrior Pose and Humble Warrior Pose. List Of Warrior Pose Names (English & Sanskrit) The Sanskrit name of the Warrior Pose is Vīrabhadrāsana (वीरभद्रासन)....
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When we sing the Ashtanga Opening Chant at the beginning of each practice, we are acknowledging the origins of yoga, honoring the guru, and creating a sacred space for our practice. The Ashtanga Closing Chant ends the practice peacefully. A blog about mantras used in Ashtanga Yoga. Aṣṭāṅga Opening Chant in SanskritVande Gurūṇāṃ Mantra (PDF)...
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Yoga Mudras with simple illustrations
An introduction to yoga mudras: This blog explains the concept behind hasta mudrās, which are hand gestures often used in yoga and meditation. What Is A Mudra? Yoga Mudras are gestures that stimulate certain parts of your body and mind. In addition to hand mudras (Sanskrit: hasta mudrā), there are head, postural, lock and perineal...
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A simple illustration of Sankalpa Mudra with Sanskrit mame
Begin your yoga practice by doing Sankalpa Mudra, and notice how it supports you in setting your intention. Why Setting Your Intention? Whether you’re a teacher or attend a class, it can be helpful to create an intention for yourself that coincides with the focus of your practice. This is because it helps your mind...
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