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Anamaya: Category: Reclining Poses

Legs Up the Wall Pose (Viparita Karani)

Pronunciation: VIP-uh-REE-tuh kah-RAH-nee Pose Type: Reclining Pose Legs Up the Wall pose is a rejuvenating inversion that brings relief to the feet, spine, and nervous system. It is a gentle way to bring the body into a state of deep relaxation and renewal. It is recommended for all levels of yogis, no matter their level

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Happy Baby Pose (Ananda Balasana)

Pronunciation: Pose Type: The Happy Baby Pose, or Ananda Balasana, invokes images of a happy baby lying on their back with their toes in their hands. This pose is an excellent way to release stress and fatigue while gently stretching the inner groin and the lower back. It is highly effective for relaxing the busy

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Goddess Pose (Supta Baddha Konasana)

Pronunciation: SOUP-tah BAH-dah cone-NAHS-anna Pose Type: Standing, Reclining Poses Goddess Pose has two variations – both reclining and standing. The ‘Supta’ version of Baddha Konasana is the reclining bound angle pose that is considered highly restorative. A good beginner’s tip for this pose is to keep some towels, blankets, or bolsters handy, especially if practicing

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Corpse Pose (Savasana)

Pronunciation: shah-VAH-sah-nah Pose Type: Reclining Usually Corpse Pose is the concluding posture of an asana or pranayama practice. Savasana is the last pose because it gently resets the body and relaxes it after the work of the yoga practice. The pose can be performed with the legs long along the floor away from the body,

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