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The Chaturanga is a beginner yoga asana part of the Sun Salutation sequences. It works your upper body and abdominals by placing your body weight in your hands and feet. This move is an important preparatory pose for doing handstands. English Name: Four Limbed Staff Pose Sanskrit Name: Chaturanga Dandasana Step by Step Guide-Method 1 Preparation Lie…Continue Reading →

The Chaturanga is a beginner yoga asana part of the Sun Salutation sequences. It works your upper body and abdominals by placing your body weight in your hands and feet. This move is an important preparatory pose for doing handstands. English Name: Four Limbed Staff Pose Sanskrit Name: Chaturanga Dandasana Step by Step Guide-Method 1 Preparation Lie…Continue Reading →

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One of my fav go-to poses in a warm up sequence - low lunge, anjaneyasana. I'm doing it classically, crescent moon style, but there are loads of variations you can play with (back knee off the floor, twisting, side bending...). Often you'll see this instructed with the knee over the ankle in the front leg, but if your knees are happy and healthy it's ok to move the knee forward, so long as it's clearly pointing forwards for an easeful flow of weight down into the ankle and foot.

One of my fav go-to poses in a warm up sequence - low lunge, anjaneyasana. I'm doing it classically, crescent moon style, but there are loads of variations you can play with (back knee off the floor, twisting, side bending...). Often you'll see this instructed with the knee over the ankle in the front leg, but if your knees are happy and healthy it's ok to move the knee forward, so long as it's clearly pointing forwards for an easeful flow of weight down into the ankle and foot.

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