Half Pyramid

Half Pyramid – Ardha Parsvottanasana

Half Pyramid Ardha parsvottanasana is beginner-friendly version of parsvottanasana (pyramid pose) and can be used to warm up for the full expression of the pose....
Side Seated Angle

Side Seated Angle – Parsva Upavistha Konasana

Side Seated Angle The side seated angle is a pose where you keep your back straigh while you turn to either your right or left...
This is Learn Extended one Legged Pigeon or Uttahita Eka Pada Kapotasana

Extended one Legged Pigeon – Uttahita Eka Pada Kapotasana

Eka Pada Rajakapotasana or One-Legged King Pigeon Pose is an asana that is performed in the seated position, this is an advanced pose. This...
Extended Hand

Extended Supine Hand to Toe – Utthita Supta Padangusthasana

Extended Hand to Big Toe Standing Hand to Big Toe Pose is an intermediate yoga posture that stretches the backs of your legs while challenging...
Bharadvaja's Twist

Bharadvaja’s Twist – Bharadvajasana I

Bharadvaja's Twist — called "Bharadvajasana I" (bah-RAHD-vah-JAHS-uh-nuh) in Sanskrit — is a simple seated position that is suitable for most people, including beginners. It's...
Marichi's Pose

Marichi’s Pose – Marichyasana III

Marichyasana C is a seated twist with one leg bent and one leg outstretched. The name comes from the fact it is named after...
This is The Extended Leg Squat - Utthita Malasana

Extended Leg Squat – Utthita Malasana

The Extended leg squat pose is an asymmetrical variation on the standard squatting posture that requires strength, flexibility and balance. The asana also stretches your...

The Firelog Pose in Yoga – Agnistambhasana

The Firelog Pose in Yoga This is the Firelog pose in Yoga, a seated which will give you a deep stretch on your outer hips...

Seated Head to Knee – Janu Sirsasana

Janu Sirsasana or the Head to Knee Pose is an excellent asana to increase flexibility of the hamstring muscles, back, thighs, hip joints, arms...
This is the Plow Pose - Halasana

Plow Pose – Halasana

Halasana is an excellent pose suitable for beginners, although it may seem difficult at first sight, it is not an asana to be practiced...