Eka Pad Rajakapotasana - Pose of the King of Pigeons, variation.
Technique of execution: Stand on all fours so that your knees are just above the hip joints, and the palms are slightly in front of the shoulders. Slip your right knee forward to the back
Ushtrasana - A camel's position.
Stand on the floor on your knees. Knees on the width of the shoulders, hips perpendicular to the floor, the shins are firmly pressed to the floor, the pelvis is slightly pointed inwards, but the buttocks are not clamped. Put your palms on your buttocks with your fingers
Urdhva Mukha Shvanasana - The dog's pose is upside down.
Technique: Lie on your stomach and place your palms on either side of your chest, your fingers facing forward. Arrange stops on the width of the pelvis. Reinforce the lifts of feet and
Urdhva Dhanurasana - Pose Luka face up.
Technique: Lie on your back. Bend your knees and put your feet on the floor, bringing your heels as close as possible to the pelvis. Bend your arms at the elbows and place your hands on the floor on both
Seta Bandha Sarvangasana - Pose of the bridge.
Technique: Lie on your back, bend your knees and move your heels closer to the ischium bones. Press your feet into the mat and lift the pelvis up to the ceiling. Keep your shoulders strictly on the rug,
Matsiasana - Pose of fish.
Technique of execution Lie on your back, bending your knees, feet on the floor. With inhalation lightly tear the pelvis off the floor, slip your hands under the buttocks with the palms down. Then, lower the buttocks in the palm of your hand and
Nataradjasana - Pose of the King of the Dance of Nataraja.
Technique of execution: Stand in Tadasana and press your feet to the floor. Transfer weight to the right foot. Draw the head of the right hip bone into the joint and pull up the knee cap.
Kamatkarasana - Pose of a dancing dog.
Technique of accomplishment Rise to Adho mukha svanasana. Raise the right leg up as high as possible, bend it and start to wind up behind the left thigh. Tear your right arm off the floor, putting your right foot on
Kapotasana - Pose of the Dove.
Technique of execution: Stand on your knees, spreading them to the width of the pelvis; Hips are perpendicular to the floor. Slightly wrap the thighs inward and pick up the buttocks. Imagine that you are sucking in sciatic
Dhanurasana - Pose of Luke.
Technique of execution: Before proceeding to Dhanurasana, perform variations in which you do not need to grasp the ankles with your hands. Lie on your stomach, place your legs on the width of your pelvis, and pull your arms out
Bhujangasana - Pose of the cobra.
Technique: Lie on your stomach, legs stretched back, toes pointing to the wall behind you. Place the palms under your shoulders and spread your fingers to the sides. Pull your elbows to the chest.
Bitilasana - Pose of the Cow.
Technique: Stand on all fours. Make sure that your knees are located just under the hip joints, and your wrists, elbows and shoulders are aligned on the same line and