Warrior I Warrior I also “Virabhadrasana” I (Virab hadra asana) develops strength, stability and stamina in the entire body. It increases flexibility in the front groins, hips, back and shoulders. How to do the Warrior I Pose Standing in Mountain pose at the top of the mat, center yourself with
Staff Pose The Staff pose strengthens your back muscles, stretches the shoulders and chest and improves your posture How to do the Staff Pose Sit up on the floor with your legs extended in front of you. Imagine a wall behind you and keep your back straight as if against
Boat Pose The Boat Pose strengthens the hip flexors, abdomen, spine, and also encourages the kidneys, thyroid gland, intestines and prostate glands activity. This poses helps relieve stress and improves digestion. How to do the Boat Pose Sit on the floor with your legs straight in front of you in
Table Top Pose The Table top pose relieves tension in the spine. This pose strengthens wrists, arms and shoulders. It stretches and realigns the spine and strengthens the back muscles. Table Top pose is mostly used as a starting or transition pose. Some transition poses that use this pose are
Plank Pose The Plank pose tones all of the core muscles of the body, including the abdomen, chest, and low back. It strengthens the arms, wrists, shoulders and strengthens the muscles around the spine. This pose strengthens triceps. Plank improves posture. It builds strength in the upper body. This pose
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