Wide-Legged Forward Bend (Prasarita Padottanasana)

Wide-Legged Forward Bend Prasarita Padottanasana Wide-Legged Forward Bend is an intense forward hip bend that stretches the hamstrings without straining the back. Consistent practice of this pose will save you from back pain while improving your flexibility.

Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend (Upavistha Konasana)

Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend Upavistha Konasana Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend is a great warm-up for most of the seated forward bends, twists, as well as standing wide-leg Yoga postures. This pose enhances flexibility by Stretching the back, hips, hamstrings and inner thighs.

Warrior III Pose (Virabhadrasana III)

Warrior III Pose Virabhadrasana III Warrior III Pose is a dynamic balancing Yoga posture that improves balance throughout the entire body by working all the muscles throughout the arms, abdominal area, and legs. Warrior III improves posture, and full-body coordination by the way it toughens the entire back muscles, including the shoulders, hamstrings, calves, and […]

Upward Plank Pose (Purvottanasana)

Upward Plank Pose Purvottanasana Upward Plank Pose builds flexibility and strength, it is considered as an intermediate back-bending yoga pose. This is good for strengthening your front ankles, shoulders, and chest. Also, it allows your legs, wrists, and arms to be strengthened.

Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff Pose (Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana)

Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff Pose Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff Pose puts the headstand together with upward pose into a combination. This pose is good for those who are looking for an intermediate backbend chest-opener. Some benefits of this includes balance improvement, as well as circulation and metabolic processes.

Standing Forward Bend (Uttanasana

Standing Forward Bend Uttanasana Standing Forward Bend Pose provides practitioners with a strong stretch for the back of the body. The inverted nature of its posture provides increase of the blood supply to your brain and head. This can also aid in building strength in the muscles of your legs.

Sphinx Pose

Sphinx Pose Sphinx Pose is considered to be a good introductory backbend for those who are beginners, as well as calming backbend for those who are experienced. This improves blood circulation; expands the lungs; and stimulates the digestive system and abdominal organs.

Side-Reclining Leg Lift (Anantasana)

Side-Reclining Leg Lift Anantasana Side-Reclining Leg Lift Pose works best for stretching the sides of your torso and the back of your legs, as well as toning your belly. This yoga pose can also provide benefits for your muscles such as your hamstrings, core, quadriceps, hips, and pelvic.

Revolved Triangle Pose (Parivrtta Trikonasana)

Revolved Triangle Pose Parivrtta Trikonasana Revolved Triangle Pose is known to be as a twisting and standing posture which helps you in improving flexibility and balance and it can be utilized as a counter-pose to a triangle or extended triangle pose.  This is also an opener for your hips, lower back, spine, hamstrings, and shoulders.

Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose (Supta Padangusthasana)

Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose Supta Padangusthasana Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose is considered to be a supine yoga pose which is known to greatly improve your level of flexibility. Practicing this may give you an improved digestion, strengthened knees, and stretched thighs, hips, hamstrings, calves, and groins. This is also good for relieving sciatica, backache, and menstrual discomfort, […]