Eka Pada Kaundiniasana I - Pose dedicated to the sage Kaundinje I.
Technique: Go down on your left knee. Expand the left foot so that your fingers are pointing to the right, and sit on it. Place the right foot on the outside of the left
Chaturanga Dandasana - Staff posture.
Technique: Lie on your stomach and place your palms on the mat on both sides of your chest. Bend your toes and strain the thigh muscles. Pull the waist up and push the palms away from the floor,
Tolasana - The Pose of Libra.
Technique of execution: Sit in Padmasana (Lotus pose) and place the palms on the floor on either side of the pelvis. Pushing your hands, on exhalation, cut the abdominal muscles and tear off the pelvis and legs from
Tittibhasana - Pose of the Firefly.
Technique of execution: Stand in Tadasana (Mountain pose), spreading feet a little less than the width of the shoulders. Squat and lean forward, pushing the hull between your hips.
Purvottanasana - Pose of the inverted Planck.
Technique of execution: Sit in Dandasan, the back is straight, legs are extended forward. Place the palms on the floor next to the hips. Turn the shoulders out and pull the shoulder blades toward each other and down. Press
Pose of the bar - Pose of the bar.
Technique of execution: Enter the Adho Mukha Shvanasanu (Dog posture with the muzzle down). On inspiration, move the body forward so that the shoulders are above the wrists just above the wrists, and the body -
Parshva Bakasana - Pose Zhurlevlya aside.
Technique: Stand upright, feet together. Bend the legs in the knees so that the hips are parallel to the floor. Take the left elbow by the right thigh. Do not strain the oblique muscles
Vasishthasana - The posture of the side bar.
Technique: Move the right palm to the left so that it is in the center of the longitudinal axis of the rug. Press the inside of your left foot against the inside of your right foot.
Bakasana - The pose of a raven.
Technique: Squat down. Hold the feet together, and put the palms in front of you on the width of the shoulders. Firmly press against the floor with your hands, transfer the weight of the body to them. Dilute your knees and
Ashtavakrasana - Pose, dedicated to the sage Ashtavakra.
Technique of execution: Stand in Tadasana (Mountain pose), placing feet slightly wider than the pelvis. On exhalation, lean forward to Uttanasana (Tilt forward from standing position) and press the palms to the floor to