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Advanced Yoga Poses and Sequences

Crow Pose (Bakasana)

Practicing the science of yoga for years and have mastered the basics. Let all the love sprout even further as you find a new edge in your yoga practice with advanced yoga poses. Give your yoga practice a new dimension with advanced yoga sequences. Explore the new, advanced variations of yoga practice for mindfulness. Challenge your limits and take home a new skill set for your body and mind with exhilarating advanced yoga postures.

The performance of fancy yoga postures work on your body from every angle and provides a complete rejuvenation. Treat chronic pain, depression, heart diseases with the regular practice of advanced yoga poses. Experience the moments of eternal bliss and overall well-being.

Renew your practice with these advanced yoga poses:

1. Firefly Pose (Tittibhasana): Begin in uttanasana with feet hip-width apart. Reach towards your legs to grab your right calf with your right hand and place your right shoulder behind the right calf. Repeat this action with the left hand. Wrap your forearms to the side of the shins and place the palms on top of the feet. Place your hands behind your feet and bend your knees more deeply. Lower your posterior as you raise your feet up. Firm your upper arms to keep the balance. Gaze at a point in front of you. Extend your legs and keep your sternum lifted up. Hold this pose for 30 seconds and slowly release.

Firefly Pose

Benefits: An amazing yoga posture that deeply stretches the hamstrings, opens the chest and rewards practitioners with a new perception.

2. Dancer Pose (Natarajasana): Stand upright and tall on a yoga mat. Ensure the weight is evenly distributed between the feet. Transfer your weight to the left leg and fold your right knee. Raise your right heel towards your right hip. Hold the inner arch of the right foot with your right hand. Uplift your left arm up and overhead. Slowly bend forward as you raise your right leg up away from the torso. Make sure your right arm is straight. Hold the right shin perpendicular to the mat with the right thigh parallel or higher to the ground. Hold this pose for 15-30 seconds.

 Dancer Pose (Natarajasana)

Benefits: Practice this yoga posture to build strength, stamina, and flexibility.

3. Peacock Pose ( Mayurasana): Begin in a cat posture. Make sure your fingers are spread. Now move your forehead between the hands. Lean forward firming your abdominal muscles. Extend the hands back with fingers spread and, pull them back in with elbows together. Extend your legs behind with toes tucked in. Lift up your head in a forward direction. Move slightly forward, find your balance and eventually lift both the legs off the yoga mat. Keep breathing. Hold this pose for 15 seconds or more.

Peacock Pose ( Mayurasana)

Benefits: The regular practice of peacock yoga asana detoxifies the body, stimulates the digestive system, tones abdominal muscles and is highly beneficial for piles and diabetes.

4. King Pigeon Pose (Rajakapotasana): Begin in a downward facing dog position. Take your right leg forward and the left leg behind. Keep your hips square to the yoga mat. Straighten up your body and take your hands behind until they are on either side of the hips. Lower your hips on the ground and pull your left leg up and hold the left foot with the left hand. Place the heel of the left foot on the elbow and raise your right arm overhead. Try to interlock the fingers of both the hands. Turn your torso forward and look at a point in front of you. Hold this pose for 20-30 seconds and slowly release the pose.

King Pigeon Pose (Rajakapotasana)

Benefits: A therapeutic yoga posture for back problems like sciatica. It provides a good stretch to lower body, calms the mind, and enhances the functioning of reproductive organs.

5. Crow Pose (Bakasana): Begin in a squat position. Separate your thighs as wide as your torso. Bring your palms to the floor and keep them shoulder-width apart. Rest your knees on your upper arms. Inhale; rise on your toes and transfer your weight onto your hands. Slightly lift your head up and fix your eyes at a point in front of you. Gently lift your feet from the ground and balance your entire body weight on your arms. Hold this pose anywhere from 30 seconds to 60 seconds.

Crow Pose (Bakasana)

Benefits: Crow Pose builds upper body strength, increases hip flexibility, and improves body balance and coordination.

All the existing yoga practitioners can rise a notch above in their yoga practice with advanced yoga poses. Practice the postures regularly and live a robust life.

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