How to Practice King Dancer Yoga

In Sanskrit, King Dancer Yoga is called “Natarajasana”. The name comes from the word – Raja meaning “King” ,  Nata meaning “Dancer” and Asana meaning “Posture. It is to be known that the name “Nataraja” is one of the pose given by Lord Shiva. How to do this pose: Doing this pose you need to stand in Mountain Pose. Now you should bend your right leg at the back and hold on to the inside of your foot at the back of yours with your right hand. Now inhale properly…






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Happy Baby Pose: stretches your inner groins and back spine

Why the pose named Happy Baby? The Sanskrit name of this pose is ‘Ananda Balasana’. This yoga pose also called blissful baby pose. The pose named Happy Baby, because it remind you of a baby when he or she starts to uncover his or her hands and legs. This is one of the most flexible yoga pose in your life. This yoga pose helps us to sleep better and relax our body. Step to Practice: At first lie on your back of the yoga mat, exhale and bend your knees…






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Practice Thunderbolt Yoga Pose – reduce digestive issues

Thunderbolt yoga pose is one of the most popular yoga pose that is often used for yogic breathing exercises and for meditation. Thunderbolt yoga pose is quite similar to “Hero Pose” or “Virasana”. But the big difference is that in Hero Pose, the feet are separated and the buttocks are on the floor. On the other hand in Thunderbolt Yoga Pose, the heels are together with the buttocks resting on top of them.











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Start practicing Triangle Yoga Pose

Triangle Yoga Pose or Utthita Trikonasana is one of the most popular yoga pose in the entire yoga styles. One single yoga pose will not cater all the benefits, though this pose will cater some of the benefits. To get the entire benefits of this yoga pose you should practice regularly with the help of a yoga expert. Start practicing Triangle Yoga Pose. Stand straight at the top of your yoga mat in Mountain Pose. Now take a big back step at least 3 – 3.5 fits with your right…






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Eight Angle Pose is an advance arm balance

Eight angle pose is also known as Astavakrasana. This pose is dedicated to the sage Astavakra.  Eight angle pose is an advance arm balance. Steps to practice: At first you have to seat in Dandasana with both your legs crossed. Then bend your right knee and bring your right foot to the floor near to your right butt. Then thread your right arm below your right knee. Raise the sole of the right foot away from the floor. You have to keep your shin abruptly parallel to the floor. Now…






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