starting pose

DANDASANA (staff pose)

DANDASANA (staff pose) is a basic starting asana for all seated poses. It is our ‘seated tadasana’ so to speak and one of the most grounding poses, connecting us with Muladara, our root chakra. Sit on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you.  Bring the legs together and flex the feet.  …

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SAVASANA (corpse pose)

SAVASANA (literally “corpse pose”), serves not only as the basic starting asana for all supine poses, but – most importantly – it is our final relaxation pose at the end of every practice. This is the moment when we have nothing left to do, nowhere else to go, when we can simply be… It is …

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TADASANA (mountain pose)

TADASANA (mountain pose) is arguably the most basic yoga pose. It is a basic starting asana for all standing and most balancing poses. It is one of the most grounding poses and therefore connects us with Muladhara, our root chakra. Stand near the front of the mat with your feet hip-width apart or big toes …

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