Whether you are just getting started or expanding your knowledge, these free downloads should be helpful for anyone who wants to learn more about yoga and Sanskrit.
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Yoga Paper serves as a helpful tool for remembering pose names and refreshing your memory of them, but it is not designed for instructing the correct way to perform yoga poses in practice. Yoga Paper products are not meant to provide guidance on the proper execution of yoga poses. Prioritize safety by learning yoga poses from an experienced yoga teacher.
Yoga stick figures provides a visual reference for yoga poses. What could you create with these stick figures? If you were thinking about getting my 108 Yoga Pose Cards and you are still wondering whether this product is right for you or not … You can try 24 FREE samples after signing up to the Yoga Paper Newsletter!
You have 8 different options for each of the 24 digital yoga stickers. With these choices, you can easily pick the right yoga sticker for any use or design.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced yogi, these cheat sheets are designed to help you learn and remember the postures. Featuring both English and Sanskrit names for each pose, they serve as an excellent reference tool to improve your yoga practice and deepen your knowledge of the ancient language of yoga.
The stick figures present a minimalistic and simple representation by reducing many details. They are not intended to teach the poses if you’re unfamiliar with them. However, if you already know the poses, you can use these stick figures as a visual reminder.
Hatha sequences come with stick figures, pose names, and breathing guidance, while Yin sequences feature only English pose names and duration per pose, without breathing instructions.
Print these sequences and practice at your own pace, making them ideal for your home yoga sessions!
Please note that it is essential to learn and practice yoga poses under the guidance of a certified yoga teacher to ensure proper alignment and prevent injury.
Understanding the “Inhale” and “Exhale” breathing cues: