YOGA POSTURES

YOGA POSTURES

YOGA POSTURES ASANA YOGA POSES YOGA POSITIONS TADASANA
Standing Postures Seated Postures Back Bends Inversions Arm balance Reclined Postures Misc

Yoga Posture yoga position asana
Salamba Sirsasana

Supported Headstand
The headstand is a major pose in yoga. It is necessary to build the muscles in the spine and neck before attempting this pose. Yoga Posture yoga position asana
Sarvangasana

The Shoulderstand Pose
The shoulders are pushed slightly into the floor and we stretch through the toes.
Yoga Posture yoga position asana
Halasana

Plough Pose
In this yoga posture the neck muscles are stretched.

Pincha Mayurasana
Pincha Mayurasana

Feathered Peacock

Yoga Posture yoga position asana
Parsva Salamba Sirsasana

Side Headstand
It is necessary to build the muscles in the spine and neck before attempting this pose. Yoga Posture shoulderstand
Eka Pada Salamba Sarvangasana

One Leg Shoulderstand
Drop one leg down towards the floor. Place the ball points of the foot on the floor if possible. You can also place the top of the foot on the floor.

Parsva Sarvangasana
Eka Pada Parsva Sarvangasana

One Leg Side Shoulderstand
The shoulders are pushed slightly into the floor and we stretch through the toes. The legs are opened and the hand supports the legs.
sarvangasana frog pose
Ardha Bhekasana Parsva Sarvangasana

Half Frog Side Shoulderstand
Resting on the shoulders twist the body sideways. Bend the leg on the shortened side and grab the foot. Extend the other leg out diagonally.

Yoga Posture headstand
Utthita Pada Sirsasana

Extended Leg Headstand Pose We enter this posture from the Headstand. Carefully open the legs one leg forward the other leg back. Allow the hips to open a little in the direction of the legs. Yoga Posture supta konasana
Supta Konasana

Reclining Angle Pose
The tops of the feet can be
on the floor if you point them
but for a deeper back and leg stretch push through the heels.

Ardha Parsva Sarvangasana
Ardha Padma Sarvangasana

Half Lotus Side Shoulderstand
The shoulders are pushed slightly into the floor and we stretch through the toes.


YOGA POSTURES

YOGA POSTURES ASANA YOGA POSES YOGA POSITIONS TADASANA
Standing Postures Seated Postures Back Bends Inversions Arm balance Reclined Postures Misc

Yoga Resources

Other useful resources for your home yoga practice. Free yoga shows downloadable yoga sequences and also practice yoga in our own time with more sun salutations in a flow yoga style. Learn some useful tips for beginner yoga practitioners or see some useful therapeutic yoga information.

The yoga postures (Asana) allow us to meditate on the body and gain a profound understanding and knowledge of its nature. Intellectual growth in the mind and strengthening and expansion of neurological connections serve us in the spiritual quest of unity and illumination. Yoga Asana can also be destructive when done without proper guidance.

yoga postures various yoga positionsIt is easy to hurt the spine and inflammation caused by over stretching over a prolonged period of time can lead to all kinds of problems including physiological imbalance, autoimmune responses, anxiety and much more. Practice light and gently when performing Asana to prevent a negative response. Seek out a good teacher that pushes you harder in meditation than in Asanas and your practice will lead to health and illumination.






LATEST VINYASA FLOWS

HOLLYWOOD YOGA

Hollywood Graffiti

Headstand Flow beside a nice picture of the Dalai Lama
Picture Flow






Denver Yoga Classes

Samadhi Flow

This is a flow done as a small demonstration
before teaching in Easter of 2012.
Denver Video Flow





Samadhi Long Flow

This is a flow done during class
while teaching in Easter of 2012
Denver Picture Flow




Samadhi Hip Flow

This is a flow done during class
while teaching in Easter of 2012.
Denver Picture Flow





Lateral FLow

Standing Yoga Pose flow with Warrior 2.
Denver Picture Flow






Denver Yoga Classes

Copper Mountain Pics

See Pictures from a flow done above 13,000 feet.
Denver Yoga Video Flow


main - map - contact