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Padmasana

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Benefits:
This asana purifies and tones the coccyx and sacral bones through increased blood supply to pelvic region. Relieves rheumatism of thighs, weakness of legs

Vajrasana

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Technique:
Kneel down, and sit on your heels. Keep the knees quite close, and your spine erect. Your hands should rest on the knees.
Benefits:
This pose cures dyspepsia, flatulence, and purifies and tones the coccyx and sacral bones through increased blood supply to pelvic region, relieves muscle pain of thighs, knees, legs, toes and sciatica. Tones up muscles and nerves of thighs and legs.
Caution:
If your joints are stiff and do not permit easy movement, don’t strain yourself.

Vakrasana

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Technique:
Sit down and stretch your legs. Raise your right knee and place the foot near the knee of the left leg. Without twisting the trunk much, pass your left arm around the right knee from outside and place the left palm on the ground. Place both your palms firmly on the ground, and twist the trunk to the right as much as possible and turn your face right to bring the chin exactly over the right shoulder. The right knee is pushed to the left as far as possible. Repeat this with the other leg
Benefits:
Vakrasana confers the benefits of Ardha-Matsyendrasana on a moderate scale.

Ardha-matsyendrasana

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Technique:
Sit with your legs stretched out.Bend your right leg at the knee and place the heel close to the perineum. Bend the left leg at the knee, and place the left fool by the external side of the right thigh close to the hip joint. The left ankle will remain close to the root of the right thigh. Do not move the right heel from the perineum. Pass your right hand over the left knee by rotating the whole trunk to the left, till your right shoulder and the left knee press against each other. Catch hold of your left foot or the toe firmly with your right hand. Turn slowly and steadily to the left, swing the left hand back and hold the right thigh at the groin. Turn the neck too so that your chin is in line with the left shoulder. Keep the chest erect. Remain thus for five seconds. Repeat the entire procedure by switching leg positions. This will complete the pose. The pose is to be practised only for a few seconds to start with, the maximum period devoted to each side being not more than a minute. The pose can be repeated according to each individual’s capacity.
Benefits:
This asana stimulates the liver and kidneys. It relieves dyspepsia and constipation, and cures loss of appetite. It is therapeutic for muscular pain, backache and sciatica. It makes the spine supple.
Caution:
People with back injury should not perform this asana.

Gomukhasana

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Technique:
Sit and stretch your legs straight. Place the heel of your left leg under the right buttock. Bend your right leg and place it over the left leg and bring the heel of the right leg in close contact with the left hip. The body and the spine should be straight. Place your left arm over the shoulder, so that the elbow is at the same level as the head. Place the right arm behind the back. Try and clasp the fingers of both the hands. Hold this pose for two minutes.
Benefits:
It cures insomnia, indigestion and piles. It also strengthens the legs, knees, and spine. It improves the circulation around the arms and armpits.

Bhujangasana

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Technique:
Lie on your stomach with your face downwards and keep your feet together, with soles pointing upwards. Place your palms on the ground just below the shoulders. Inhale, and slowly raise your head, neck, chest and upper abdomen from the navel up. Arch your back, thus bending your spine as far as you can, looking upwards. Keep the lower half of your body to the ground. Maintain this position and hold your breath for a few seconds.
Exhale, and slowly return to the original position till the head touches the ground. Repeat this asana at least six times.
Benefits:
It cures insomnia, tones up heart muscles, relieves cervical spondylitis, and tones up the reproductive system in women, and the back muscles. It keeps the spine supple.
Caution:
People with hernia should not perform this asana. Pregnant women should also avoid this exercise.

Salabhasana

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Technique:
Lie on your stomach with chin resting on the ground and soles pointing upwards. Keep your arms straight along the body, palms facing upwards with fingers clenched. Inhale slowly. Raise the legs, the hips and the lower abdomen up in one straight line, putting the whole weight of the body on your chest and hands. Remain in this pose for ten seconds in the beginning and prolong the time as long as you can retain the breath. Lower your legs slowly, relax all the muscles and exhale. Repeat the process four to five times according to your capacity.
Benefits:
It helps obese people. Alleviates insomnia, bronchitis, and tones up the liver, pancreas, kidneys and the abdominal muscles. It strengthens the thighs, hands and the legs. This asana relieves lumbago, rheumatism, arthritis, cervical spondylitis, back pain and menstrual problems.
Caution:
Same as for Bhujangasana.

Dhanurasana

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Technique:
Lie on your stomach with your face down. Relax the muscles. Bend your legs at the knees and fold them over the thighs. Hold the ankles firmly with your hands. The knees should be kept together. Raise your head, chest and knees by pulling the legs slowly with the hands so that your whole body rests on the abdomen and the spine is arched backwards like a bow. In this pose the extremities are fully stretched. Remain in this pose for as long as you are comfortable. Repeat four to six times. This is a combination of Bhujangasana and Salabhasana.
Benefits:
It relieves insomnia, and obesity, and makes one active. This asana strengthens the arms, legs, abdomen, back muscles and the spine. It is also therapeutic for osteoporosis.
Caution:
Same as for Bhujangasana.

Shavasana

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Technique:
Lie on your back, with your arms by the side.Stretch out your legs, and place your heels close together. Close your eyes, and breathe slowly and relax. There should not be any stiffness in any part of the body. As you begin to relax, your breathe will become slower and slower. you will experience peace and totally become relaxed.
Benefits:
This asana relax all the muscles and nerves. It gives rest to the body and mind. it relieves high blood pressure, and it's beneficial for pregnant women ensuring easy child birth.

Anantasana

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Tadasana

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Parvatasana

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Vrikshasana

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Natarajasana

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Ardhakatichakrasana

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Uddyanabandha

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Ardhahalasana

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Garudasana

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Uttanmandukasana

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Padmavakasana

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