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Padmasana Group Of Yoga Postures

Padmasana Group Of Yoga Asana/Postures

This posture comes up a lot in a variety of types of posture, from meditative to strength-based. It is a key element in many asana practices but people often underestimate or forget how difficult this posture is, to begin with. The key here is making sure it is NOT hurting your knees. This isn’t a muscular stretch feeling and it will get worse if you keep pushing it not better.

If you are new to this posture, start with lots of hip openers and dynamic movements to stretch and warm up the body beforehand. This library also consists of postures that can help you prepare for padmasana. Check the functional anatomy and alignment of padmasana to understand how to do it safely.

Scroll through our Padmasana Group of Asana/Posture library for beginner, intermediate and advanced postures, Click on the link or thumbnails to know the details.

Siddha Yoni Asana – Acomplished Posture for Women
This is the same as Siddhasana, but this is the accomplished pose for women. Steps : Sit straight on the… Read More »Siddha Yoni Asana – Acomplished Posture for Women
Yoga-Mudrasana-Yogic-Seal-PostureYoga Mudrasana – Yogic Seal Posture/ Baddha Padmasana – Bound Lotus Poture
This is an intense posture so if you knees start hurting at any point, immediately come out of the position.… Read More »Yoga Mudrasana – Yogic Seal Posture/ Baddha Padmasana – Bound Lotus Poture
Kukkutasana-Cockerel-Rooster-PoseKukkutasana – Cockerel/Rooster Pose
Before attempting this posture you should practice and be comfortable with padmasana (lotus pose) and should be able to perform… Read More »Kukkutasana – Cockerel/Rooster Pose
Sucirandhrasana-Eye-Of-The-Needle-PostureSucirandhrasana – Eye Of The Needle Posture
Suci – needle Randhra – opening/aperture/hole Variation 1 Variation 2 Steps: Lie on your back, with your knees bent, and… Read More »Sucirandhrasana – Eye Of The Needle Posture