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- Perform standing postures like uttanasana and trikonasana and then move on to arm balances like ardha chandrasana and vasisthasana. Then go ahead with the inversions like shirshasana and sarvangasana and perform backbends like setubandhasana ...
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- Dec 11, 2008 Deva Parnell (Discovery Yoga, St. Augustine, Florida) leads Kripalu Yoga class through Ardha Sarvangasana, the Half Shoulderstand.
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- Aug 28, 2007 If you feel you are ready to move on, try Ardha Sarvangasana (Half Shoulderstand). This is done with the pelvis lifted off the floor, the feet on the ...
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