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Ardha Salbhasana

The name is derived from the Sanskrit words; ‘ardha’ meaning half, ‘shalabh’ which means grasshopper and ‘asana’ meaning posture.

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Anantasana

The name comes from the Sanskrit words ‘ananta ‘ meaning the infinite one, derived from the name of the thousand-headed serpent head

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Halasana

The name is derived from the Sanskrit words ‘hala’ meaning plow and ‘asana’ meaning posture.

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Upavistha Konasana

The term comes from the Sanskrit words ‘upavistha’ meaning seated, ‘kona’ meaning angle and ‘asana’ meaning posture.

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Setu Bandha Sarvangasana

The term is derived from the Sanskrit words ‘setu’, meaning bridge, ‘bandha’ meaning lock, ‘sarva’ meaning all, ‘anga’ meaning  limb and ‘asana’ meaning pose.

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Ardha Bhekasana

The name comes from the Sanskrit words 'bheka' meaning frog, 'asana' meaning posture and ardha meaning half.

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Adho Mukha Svanasana

The name comes from Sanskrit words ‘adhas’ meaning ‘down’ ’mukha’ meaning face, ‘svana’ meaning dog and ‘asana’ meaning posture.

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Vajrasana

Vajrasana is a sitting asana derived from the Sanskrit words ‘vajra’ meaning seated and ‘asana’ meaning pose.

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