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Adho Mukha Svanasana - Downward Facing Dog Pose
Adho means Down; Mukha means Face; Svana means Dog; Asana means Pose; This downward facing dog pose is one of the asana that is performed in surya namaskara. This asana can be practiced by beginner as well. You can practice this asana alone or as part of surya namaskara or as one of the resting pose.

Steps to perform adho mukha svanasana – Downward Facing Dog Pose:
1.	Keep both the hands, knees and toes on the floor
2.	With the exhale, try to stretch your elbow, upper back, knees and keep the heels down to the earth. 
3.	Keep your body in a triangular shape and gently press your palms and feet on the ground and lock your chin to the chest. Breathe normally for 1-2 minutes.
4.	While inhaling come back to child pose and relax.

Precautions of adho mukha svanasana – Downward Facing Dog Pose:
Avoid this pose if you suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome and diarrhea.Avoid practicing this pose during the latter stages of pregnancy.It is also unadvisable to practice this pose for extended periods during the time of menstruation. If you have a headache or suffer from high blood pressure, you should support your head with a block or bolster.Also avoid this pose if you suffer from a chronic or recent injury to the shoulders, arms, hips and back. Always consult your doctor if you have any concerns or doubts about how this pose will suit you, and ensure that you learn from a yoga practitioner as this ensures that you learn the posture correctly to avoid injuries.

Benefits of adho mukha svanasana – Downward Facing Dog Pose:
Removes fatigue, rejuvenates the brain cells, Purifies Stomach, intestine, Runners develop speed & lightness in the legs. Removes stiffness in region of shoulder-blades & removes arthritis of the shoulder joints, Heel pain/stiffness, soften calcaneal(heel) spurs(ಹಿಮ್ಮಡಿ). Stengthens ankles, legs , Heart beat slows down, also good for High Blood Pressure; Improvements have been seen with insomnia, Indigestion, depression, menopause, osteoporosis, back pain, high blood pressure, asthma, sciatica as well as other conditions. Enhances hamstring flexibility and hip flexion;
Stretches Achilles’ tendons; Strengthens wrists, ankles, toes and back;
This pose leaves you energized and rejuvenates the body;
It lengthens the spine, strengthens the muscles of the chest increasing lung capacity; It brings strength throughout the body especially the arms, shoulders, legs, feet; It increases circulation to the brain
Calms the mind and helps relive headache, insomnia and fatigue;
Deeply stretches the back, opens the chest, and builds upper body strength. This posture stimulates the brain and nervous system, improving memory, concentration, hearing and eyesight.
Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression; Energizes the body; Stretches the shoulders, hamstrings, calves, arches, and hands;
Strengthens the arms and legs; Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause; Relieves menstrual discomfort when done with head supported; Helps prevent osteoporosis; Improves digestion; Relieves headache, insomnia, back pain, and fatigue;


Modifications of Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana:
A) Use blocks under the hands or head. B) Place a folded towel under the wrists. C) Press both heels against a wall.

Variations of Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana:
Dolphin pose, One Leg Down Dog, Down Dog Twist.

Preparatory Asanas before Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Table pose, Cat pose, Tiger pose.

Follow-up Asanas before Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
Plank pose, Upward Facing Dog pose, Child pose, High Lunge pose

Therapeutic Applications of Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana:
Helps bring relief to the menopausal symptoms.
Brings relief to menstrual discomfort when performed with the head supported.
Helps in the prevention of osteoporosis.
Improves digestion.
Helps with sinusitis.
Therapeutic for flat feet, high blood pressure, asthma, sciatica.
Energies the body.
Relaxes the brain and helps relieve mild depression and stress.
Reduces fatigue.

We recommend to practice this yoga pose under the supervision of the experienced yoga teacher. If you need any information on the yoga courses / yoga retreats, please call us or write to us at contactus@divyamayayoga.com

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Adho Mukha Svanasana - Downward Facing Dog Pose Adho means Down; Mukha means Face; Svana means Dog; Asana means Pose; This downward facing dog pose is one of the asana that is performed in surya namaskara. This asana can be practiced by beginner as well. You can practice this asana alone or as part of surya namaskara or as one of the resting pose. Steps to perform adho mukha svanasana – Downward Facing Dog Pose: 1. Keep both the hands, knees and toes on the floor 2. With the exhale, try to stretch your elbow, upper back, knees and keep the heels down to the earth. 3. Keep your body in a triangular shape and gently press your palms and feet on the ground and lock your chin to the chest. Breathe normally for 1-2 minutes. 4. While inhaling come back to child pose and relax. Precautions of adho mukha svanasana – Downward Facing Dog Pose: Avoid this pose if you suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome and diarrhea.Avoid practicing this pose during the latter stages of pregnancy.It is also unadvisable to practice this pose for extended periods during the time of menstruation. If you have a headache or suffer from high blood pressure, you should support your head with a block or bolster.Also avoid this pose if you suffer from a chronic or recent injury to the shoulders, arms, hips and back. Always consult your doctor if you have any concerns or doubts about how this pose will suit you, and ensure that you learn from a yoga practitioner as this ensures that you learn the posture correctly to avoid injuries. Benefits of adho mukha svanasana – Downward Facing Dog Pose: Removes fatigue, rejuvenates the brain cells, Purifies Stomach, intestine, Runners develop speed & lightness in the legs. Removes stiffness in region of shoulder-blades & removes arthritis of the shoulder joints, Heel pain/stiffness, soften calcaneal(heel) spurs(ಹಿಮ್ಮಡಿ). Stengthens ankles, legs , Heart beat slows down, also good for High Blood Pressure; Improvements have been seen with insomnia, Indigestion, depression, menopause, osteoporosis, back pain, high blood pressure, asthma, sciatica as well as other conditions. Enhances hamstring flexibility and hip flexion; Stretches Achilles’ tendons; Strengthens wrists, ankles, toes and back; This pose leaves you energized and rejuvenates the body; It lengthens the spine, strengthens the muscles of the chest increasing lung capacity; It brings strength throughout the body especially the arms, shoulders, legs, feet; It increases circulation to the brain Calms the mind and helps relive headache, insomnia and fatigue; Deeply stretches the back, opens the chest, and builds upper body strength. This posture stimulates the brain and nervous system, improving memory, concentration, hearing and eyesight. Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression; Energizes the body; Stretches the shoulders, hamstrings, calves, arches, and hands; Strengthens the arms and legs; Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause; Relieves menstrual discomfort when done with head supported; Helps prevent osteoporosis; Improves digestion; Relieves headache, insomnia, back pain, and fatigue; Modifications of Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana: A) Use blocks under the hands or head. B) Place a folded towel under the wrists. C) Press both heels against a wall. Variations of Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana: Dolphin pose, One Leg Down Dog, Down Dog Twist. Preparatory Asanas before Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana: Table pose, Cat pose, Tiger pose. Follow-up Asanas before Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana: Plank pose, Upward Facing Dog pose, Child pose, High Lunge pose Therapeutic Applications of Downward Dog Pose or Adho Mukha Svanasana: Helps bring relief to the menopausal symptoms. Brings relief to menstrual discomfort when performed with the head supported. Helps in the prevention of osteoporosis. Improves digestion. Helps with sinusitis. Therapeutic for flat feet, high blood pressure, asthma, sciatica. Energies the body. Relaxes the brain and helps relieve mild depression and stress. Reduces fatigue. We recommend to practice this yoga pose under the supervision of the experienced yoga teacher. 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Bridge Pose  / Sethu Bandha Sarvangasana / Sethu Bandhasana -- Meaning, Steps, Procedures, Benefits, Contraindications, Modifications, Variations, Vinyasa Sequence:

Sethu Bandhasana Meaning:
Sethu means bridge; Bandha means binding or locking; Asana means Pose or Posture. This asana is called sethu bandha because in this pose, our body looks like a bridge.
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Steps to do Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana):
1.	At first, lie down on your back.
2.	Fold your knees and keep your feet hip distance apart on the floor, 10-12 inches from your pelvis, with knees and ankles in a straight line.
3.	Inhaling, slowly lift your lower back, middle back and upper back from the floor; gently roll in the shoulders; touch the chest to the chin without bringing the chin down. Hold the ankle or alternatively, support your back with your palms. Feel your bottom firm up in this pose. Both the thighs are parallel to each other and to the floor.
4.	Keep breathing normally and slowly for 1 minute to 2 minutes.
5.	Release the pose gently with the exhale.

Benefits of the Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana
a.	Removes Osteoarthritis Problems(Monakalu moole savidiruvike) ; back/spine strength; removes the strain on the neck caused by the other various movements of Sarvangasana. A healthy and flexible spine indicates a healthy nervous system.(then man is said to be sound in mind and body)
b.	Builds core and lower body strength, lengthens and strengthens the spine, energizes the body, and stimulates the endocrine and nervous systems.
c.	Stretches the chest, neck, and spine
d.	Calms the brain and helps alleviate stress and mild depression
e.	Stimulates abdominal organs, lungs, and thyroid; thereby reduces thyroid problems
f.	Rejuvenates tired legs
g.	Improves digestion
h.	Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause and menstrual pain
i.	Relieves menstrual discomfort when done supported
j.	Reduces anxiety, stress, depression, fatigue, backache, headache, and insomnia

Therapeutic Application of Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana):
Sethu Bandha Sarvangasana is good for asthma, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and sinusitis.

Contraindication of the Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana)
Avoid using this pose if you have recent or chronic injury to the knees, neck, shoulders or back except under supervision of experienced teacher

Modification of Bridge Pose / Setu Bandhasana: 
Use a yoga block under the hips to support your weight.

Variations of Bridge Pose / Setu Bandhasana: 
Interlace the hands together behind your back, walk the shoulders in and press down with the arms and shoulders.

Vinyasa of the Bridge Pose:
Use one or more of the following postures to build a sequence leading up to this pose:  
Supine Bound Angle Pose
Belly Twist Pose
Half Shoulderstand Pose
Bhujangasana
Urdhva Mukha Svanasana
Virasana

Use one or more of the following postures to build a sequence ending after this pose:  
Wind Relieving pose 
Joyful Baby / Ananda Balasana
Plow Pose
Shoulderstand Pose
Bhujangasana
Salamba Sarvangasana
Urdhva Mukha Svanasana
Urdhva Dhanurasana
Eka Pada Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
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Bridge Pose / Sethu Bandha Sarvangasana / Sethu Bandhasana -- Meaning, Steps, Procedures, Benefits, Contraindications, Modifications, Variations, Vinyasa Sequence: Sethu Bandhasana Meaning: Sethu means bridge; Bandha means binding or locking; Asana means Pose or Posture. This asana is called sethu bandha because in this pose, our body looks like a bridge. (Tags: setu bandhasana yoga video, ashtanga, viparita karani, art of living, setu bandhasana baba ramdev, setu bandhasana counterpose, setu bandha sarvangasana during pregnancy, eka pada setu bandhasana, in hindi, English, tamil, kannada, Malayalam, images, BKS iyengar, sri sri ravi Shankar setu bandhasana instructions, setu bandhasana ke fayde, limitations of setu bandhasana, setu bandhasana modifications, setu bandha sarvangasana meaning, setu bandhasana pregnancy, setu bandhasana spiritual benefits, setu bandhasana sequence, setu bandha sarvangasana supported, kundalini yoga, setu bandha sarvangasana steps and benefits, setu bandhasana uses, setu bandha sarvangasana with block, chair, bolsters, support, props, youtube, bridge pose benefits, bridge pose variations, bridge pose in hindi, bridge pose asana, bridge pose exercise, bridge pose steps, bridge pose yoga, bridge pose anatomy, bridge pose alignment, bridge pose advanced, bridge pose at the wall, bridge pose and pregnancy, bridge pose abs, bridge pose assist, bridge pose alignment cues, how to make a bridge pose, bridge pose benefits in hindi, bridge pose benefits and contraindications, bridge pose back pain, bridge pose beginners, bridge pose backbend, bridge pose bikram yoga, bridge pose challenge) Steps to do Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana): 1. At first, lie down on your back. 2. Fold your knees and keep your feet hip distance apart on the floor, 10-12 inches from your pelvis, with knees and ankles in a straight line. 3. Inhaling, slowly lift your lower back, middle back and upper back from the floor; gently roll in the shoulders; touch the chest to the chin without bringing the chin down. Hold the ankle or alternatively, support your back with your palms. Feel your bottom firm up in this pose. Both the thighs are parallel to each other and to the floor. 4. Keep breathing normally and slowly for 1 minute to 2 minutes. 5. Release the pose gently with the exhale. Benefits of the Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana a. Removes Osteoarthritis Problems(Monakalu moole savidiruvike) ; back/spine strength; removes the strain on the neck caused by the other various movements of Sarvangasana. A healthy and flexible spine indicates a healthy nervous system.(then man is said to be sound in mind and body) b. Builds core and lower body strength, lengthens and strengthens the spine, energizes the body, and stimulates the endocrine and nervous systems. c. Stretches the chest, neck, and spine d. Calms the brain and helps alleviate stress and mild depression e. Stimulates abdominal organs, lungs, and thyroid; thereby reduces thyroid problems f. Rejuvenates tired legs g. Improves digestion h. Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause and menstrual pain i. Relieves menstrual discomfort when done supported j. Reduces anxiety, stress, depression, fatigue, backache, headache, and insomnia Therapeutic Application of Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana): Sethu Bandha Sarvangasana is good for asthma, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and sinusitis. Contraindication of the Bridge Pose (Setu Bandhasana) Avoid using this pose if you have recent or chronic injury to the knees, neck, shoulders or back except under supervision of experienced teacher Modification of Bridge Pose / Setu Bandhasana: Use a yoga block under the hips to support your weight. Variations of Bridge Pose / Setu Bandhasana: Interlace the hands together behind your back, walk the shoulders in and press down with the arms and shoulders. Vinyasa of the Bridge Pose: Use one or more of the following postures to build a sequence leading up to this pose: Supine Bound Angle Pose Belly Twist Pose Half Shoulderstand Pose Bhujangasana Urdhva Mukha Svanasana Virasana Use one or more of the following postures to build a sequence ending after this pose: Wind Relieving pose Joyful Baby / Ananda Balasana Plow Pose Shoulderstand Pose Bhujangasana Salamba Sarvangasana Urdhva Mukha Svanasana Urdhva Dhanurasana Eka Pada Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
Ashtanga Yoga:

Ashta means 'Eight' and Anga means 'limb'. So, Ashtanga Yoga means eight fold path of yoga composed by Patanjali Maharishi.
The eight limbs of ashtanga yoga are:
1. Yama
2. Niyama
3. Asana
4. Pranayama
5. Pratyahara
6. Dharana
7. Dhyana
8. Samadhi

Lord Kapila, the Personality of Godhead, who is the highest authority on yoga, explains that by all these stages of practice, one must realize Lord Vishnu, who is the target of all yoga. By following this system of yoga, one can enter into the ever-increasing transcendental bliss.

Come and learn the traditional authentic ashtanga yoga at Transcendental Yoga / Divyamaya Yoga Centre and experience the unlimited happiness.
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Ashtanga Yoga: Ashta means 'Eight' and Anga means 'limb'. So, Ashtanga Yoga means eight fold path of yoga composed by Patanjali Maharishi. The eight limbs of ashtanga yoga are: 1. Yama 2. Niyama 3. Asana 4. Pranayama 5. Pratyahara 6. Dharana 7. Dhyana 8. Samadhi Lord Kapila, the Personality of Godhead, who is the highest authority on yoga, explains that by all these stages of practice, one must realize Lord Vishnu, who is the target of all yoga. By following this system of yoga, one can enter into the ever-increasing transcendental bliss. Come and learn the traditional authentic ashtanga yoga at Transcendental Yoga / Divyamaya Yoga Centre and experience the unlimited happiness.
Yogic Principles of Yama: Ahimsa 
What does ahimsa mean?what does ahimsa teach?where did ahimsa come from or originate from?how has ahimsa influenced today?how is ahimsa put into practice?what is ahimsa yoga?why is ahimsa important to jainism?why is ahimsa the first yama?

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Ahimsa, nonviolence, means that one should not do anything which will put others into misery or confusion. Material activities that are promised by so many politicians, sociologists, philanthropists, etc., do not produce very good results because the politicians and philanthropists have no transcendental vision; they do not know what is actually beneficial for human society. Ahiṁsā means that people should be trained in such a way that the full utilization of the human body can be achieved. The human body is meant for spiritual realization, so any movement or any commissions which do not further that end commit violence on the human body. That which furthers the future spiritual happiness of the people in general is called nonviolence.

Nonviolence is generally taken to mean not killing or destroying the body, but actually nonviolence means not to put others into distress. People in general are trapped by ignorance in the material concept of life, and they perpetually suffer material pains. So unless one elevates people to spiritual knowledge, one is practicing violence. One should try his best to distribute real knowledge to the people, so that they may become enlightened and leave this material entanglement. That is nonviolence.
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Yogic Principles of Yama: Ahimsa What does ahimsa mean?what does ahimsa teach?where did ahimsa come from or originate from?how has ahimsa influenced today?how is ahimsa put into practice?what is ahimsa yoga?why is ahimsa important to jainism?why is ahimsa the first yama? (Tags:ahimsa in yoga practice, ahimsa in yoga sutras, ahimsa yoga in oak park, ahimsa in your yoga practice, ahimsa meaning in yoga, ahimsa yoga toronto, ahimsa yoga toronto schedule, ahimsa yoga brooklin, ahimsa yoga huntsville, ahimsa yoga studio, ahimsa in yoga, ahimsa yoga and music festival, ahimsa yoga ashram nicaragua, ahimsa yoga annex, ahimsa yoga academy, ahimsa and yoga, ahimsa and yoga practice, ahimsa ashtanga yoga, ahimsa yama satya brahmacharya aparigraha) Ahimsa, nonviolence, means that one should not do anything which will put others into misery or confusion. Material activities that are promised by so many politicians, sociologists, philanthropists, etc., do not produce very good results because the politicians and philanthropists have no transcendental vision; they do not know what is actually beneficial for human society. Ahiṁsā means that people should be trained in such a way that the full utilization of the human body can be achieved. The human body is meant for spiritual realization, so any movement or any commissions which do not further that end commit violence on the human body. That which furthers the future spiritual happiness of the people in general is called nonviolence. Nonviolence is generally taken to mean not killing or destroying the body, but actually nonviolence means not to put others into distress. People in general are trapped by ignorance in the material concept of life, and they perpetually suffer material pains. So unless one elevates people to spiritual knowledge, one is practicing violence. One should try his best to distribute real knowledge to the people, so that they may become enlightened and leave this material entanglement. That is nonviolence.
Yogic Principles of Yama: Satya

Satyam, truthfulness, means that facts should be presented as they are for the benefit of others. Facts should not be misrepresented. According to social conventions, it is said that one can speak the truth only when it is palatable to others. But that is not truthfulness The truth should be spoken in a straight and forward way, so that others will understand actually what the facts are. If a man is a thief and if people are warned that he is a thief, that is truth. Although sometimes the truth is unpalatable, one should not refrain from speaking it. Truthfulness demands that the facts be presented as they are for the benefit of others. That is the definition of truth. 

One should not distort the truth for some personal interest. In Vedic literature there are some difficult passages, but the meaning or the purpose should be learned from a bona fide spiritual master. That is the process for understanding the Vedas. Śruti means that one should hear from the authority. One should not construe some interpretation for his personal interest. There are so many commentaries on Bhagavad-gītā that misinterpret the original text. The real import of the word should be presented, and that should be learned from a bona fide spiritual master.

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Yogic Principles of Yama: Satya Satyam, truthfulness, means that facts should be presented as they are for the benefit of others. Facts should not be misrepresented. According to social conventions, it is said that one can speak the truth only when it is palatable to others. But that is not truthfulness The truth should be spoken in a straight and forward way, so that others will understand actually what the facts are. If a man is a thief and if people are warned that he is a thief, that is truth. Although sometimes the truth is unpalatable, one should not refrain from speaking it. Truthfulness demands that the facts be presented as they are for the benefit of others. That is the definition of truth. One should not distort the truth for some personal interest. In Vedic literature there are some difficult passages, but the meaning or the purpose should be learned from a bona fide spiritual master. That is the process for understanding the Vedas. Śruti means that one should hear from the authority. One should not construe some interpretation for his personal interest. There are so many commentaries on Bhagavad-gītā that misinterpret the original text. The real import of the word should be presented, and that should be learned from a bona fide spiritual master. (Tags: knowledge of yama with more emphasis on ahimsa, ahimsa satya asteya brahmacharya aparigraha, what is niyama in yoga, yama yoga definition, yamas and niyamas in daily life, yoga yamas and niyamas, satya yama quotes, satya yama definition, satya yamini, yama satya truth, ahimsa yama satya brahmacharya aparigraha, second yama satya, yamas ahimsa satya, satya panca yama brata, satya yama, satya yama yoga, satya yama meaning, satya in yama)

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