SPV Yoga


An Asana is a body posture. The term is derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘seat’.
Asana, the third limb of yoga in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, refers to the practice of physical postures that prepare the body for meditation and cultivate physical strength, mental calm and stability. It also provides us spiritual benefits. Sage Patanjali defines Asana as “स्थिरसुखमासनम्” (sthirasukham-āsanam), which means asana is that posture which is firm but relaxed.
Asanas could be standing, sitting, arm-balances, twists, inversions, forward bends, backbends, or reclining in prone or supine postures.
Examples of Asanas practiced in our SPV Yoga Kendra are given below:

Standing Asanas

Sitting Asanas

Prone Asanas

Supine Asanas

Hand-balance Asanas

Lateral Asanas

Twisting Asanas

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