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Have you ever wondered, why Yoga has three “WARRIOR” Postures or why “Virabhadrasana” is known as Warrior Pose??
The story behind the three Warriors or Virbhadarsna (I, II, III) poses is based on a love story of God Shiva and Goddess Sati ( Shakti).
This post(type-3) is in continuation of my earlier post Type-1 & Type-2 Benefits 1. Bring improvement in intestines, relieves constipation and indigestion. 2. Relaxes stiffness of legs, back… Read More »Markat-asana or Monkey Pose Twist: Type 3
Let’s start with second pose of Markat-asana.
This post is in continuation (part 3) of my earlier posts. For more details, below links can be practised.
This post is in continuation (part 2) of my earlier post part 1.