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  • Standing Deep Breathing - Pranayama (Inhale) Great for the lungs, lung capacity and lung efficiency. Good for mental relaxation, sleep disorders, high blood pressure, stress/irritability. Brings fresh oxygenated blood to every cell of the body.
  • Standing Deep Breathing - Pranayama (Exhale)
  • Half Moon Pose With Hands To Feet Pose - Ardha Chandrasana with Pada-Hastasana - Helps to release the spine relieving back pain. Improves strength in the abdominal muscles while improving the flexibility in the spine. Firms and trims the waistline, hips, abdomen, buttocks and thighs. Opens up the shoulder joints, good for frozen shoulders.
  • Half Moon Pose With Hands To Feet Pose - Ardha Chandrasana with Pada-Hastasana - Back bend
  • Half Moon Pose With Hands To Feet Pose - Ardha Chandrasana with Pada-Hastasana - Forward Bend
  • Awkward Pose - Utkatasana (Part 1) - Strengthens and firms all muscles of the legs and improves hip flexibility. Firms the upper arms. Increases blood circulation in the knees and ankle joints. Helps to relieves sciatica, arthritis.
  • Awkward Pose - Utkatasana (Part 2) - Posture of great determination. Builds courage. Good for Lumbago in Lower Spine, Muscular Ache/cramps, Rheumatism
  • Awkward Pose - Utkatasana (Part 3) - Good for Gout, Joint Pain, Muscular Ache/cramps, Rheumatism, Slipped Disc, Weakness of lower limbs
  • Eagle Pose - Garurasana - Working all 14 major joints in the body by creating pressure in the joints then releasing, allowing fresh blood supply to flow. Helps develop balance, control and concentration. Great for circulation and the central nervous system, immune sytem and reproductive system.
  • Standing Head to Knee Pose - Dandayamana-JanuShirasana - Develops concentration, patience, and determination. Strengthens abdominal and thigh muscles. Improves flexibility of sciatic nerves, and strengthens the tendons, biceps of the thigh muscles, and hamstrings in the legs.
  • Standing Bow Pulling Pose - Dandayamana-Dhanurasana - Increases concentration, determination and patience. Increases circulation to the heart and lungs. Improves elasticity of the spine and helps to balance out body energies. Regulates menstrual cycle. Helps with lower back pain.
  • Balancing Stick Pose - Tuladandasana - Firms hips, buttocks, and upper thighs. Improves the flexibility, strength and muscle tone of shoulders, upper arms, spine and hip joints. Improves circulation, strengthens the heart muscle, and stretches the capacity of the lungs. Clears blockage of the arteries for prevention of cardiac problems.
  • Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose - Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimottanasana - Helps relieve depression and loss of memory. Increases circulation to the brain and adrenal glands. Opens the hamstrings and lengthens the spine. Relieves constipation.
  • Triangle Pose - Trikanasana - Works the cardiovascular system. Marriage of Heart and Lungs Good for Frozen Shoulder, Joint mobility, Muscular rheumatism, Menstrual Disorders, Obesity
  • Standing Separate Leg Head to Knee Pose - Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana - Helps maintain blood sugar levels. Causes compression of the pancreas and extension of the kidney which acts as a cleanse. Marriage between pineal and thyroid glands. Muscular, skeletal, endocrine, digestive and reproductive systems all benefit. This posture is helpful with depression and anxiety. Also beneficial for colds, sinus problems, and migraines.
  • Tree Pose - Tadasana - Facilitates hip and knee mobility. Excellent for posture and balance. Aids in rheumatism and circulatory disorders.
  • Toe Stand Pose - Padangustasana - Challenges your mental concentration and helps to create balance within body and mind. Strengthens stomach muscles and helps to avoid gout, arthritis of the knee and legs. Strengthens weak joints.

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