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AKARNA DHANURASANA - 0 views

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    This asana resembles a strung bow. So it is called akarna Dhanurasana. There are two methods of practicing this asana.
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VAKRASANA - 0 views

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    This asana strengthens the spine and activates the nerves and invigorates the muscles of the loins.
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ARDHA VAKRASANA - 0 views

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    This asana helps in reducing pain in the abdomen and the waist and it stimulates the spermatozoa glands of men and the uterinal organs of women.
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PURNA MATSYENDRASANA - 1 views

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    This asana is very beneficial to persons suffering from diabetes and it makes the spine flexible and one experiences vigour and vitality of youth.
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ARDHA MATSYENDRASANA - 0 views

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    This asana makes the spine elastic. It massages the abdominal muscles and organs.It adjusts and corrects the displacement of the vertebrae, rejuvenating the blood circulation in that part of the body.
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JANU SHIRASANA - 0 views

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    This asana kindles gastric fire and helps digestion and cures kidney troubles.
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Udar Karsanasana - 0 views

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    Sit erect on the ground bending the knees, keep the palms on the knees. Lower the left knee to the ground, bend the trunk to the right side as much as possible and look back to the right side. Then come to the original position. Repeat this asana on the other side.
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Tiryak Bhujangasana - 0 views

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    Lie on the stomach on the ground. Place the palms on the ground beside the shoulders. Stretch the trunk and the head upside with the help of the muscles of the back.
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Kati Chakrasana - 0 views

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    Stand keeping a distance of two feet between the feet. Raise both the arms on the sides of the body to the level of the shoulders. Turn the body by the waist to the right side, bring the left arm to the right shoulder and take the right arm to the back. Then bringing the body to its original position, turn it to the left side.
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Tiryak Tadasana - 0 views

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    First of all, hold the position of Tadasana. Keeping the heels raised from the ground, bend the body first to the right side and then to the left side. The body should be bent at the waist.
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Tadasana - 0 views

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    Tadasana is usually the starting position for all the standing poses. But it's useful to practice Tadasana as a pose in itself.
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