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Agnistambhasana (Fire Log Pose): Sitting tall with knees bent, feet on floor. Slide left foot under right leg to outside of right hip, and lay outer leg on floor. Then, stack right leg on top of left. Be sure right ankle is outside left knee (i.e., sole is perpendicular to floor). If you are more flexible, slide left shin forward directly below right; otherwise, keep left heel beside right hip. If you’re tight in hips, simply sit with shins crossed in Sukhasana (Easy Pose). Repeat other…

Fire Log Pose - Agnistambhasana - Yoga Pose

Fire Log Pose - Agnistambhasana - Yoga Pose

fire log legs, or Agnistambhasana. I never knew I could do some yoga poses more easily than other people. This is that pose. It's great if you have tight hips. I think it feels fantastic.

24 Easy Yoga Asanas That Will Cure Your Back Pain Quickly

Agnistambhasana (Fire Log pose) - Find me at: This pose gets really deep into the hip joint. Take it easy, especially if you’ve had hip problems in the past. This pose brings a lot of awareness to the hip and some people find it painful when first working deeply in the joint. Nice and steady but don’t be afraid of a challenge. You can like me on Facebook for updates e

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Marichi's Pose - Marichyasana III - Yoga Pose

Marichi’s Pose: (mar-ee-chee-AHS-anna) Marichi = literally means a ray of light (of the sun or moon). Marichi is the son of Brahma and chief of the Maruts (“shining ones”), the war-like storm gods. He’s one of the seven (sometimes 10 or 12) seers (rishis) or lords of creation (prajapatis), who intuitively “see” and declare the divine law of the universe (dharma). Marichi is the great-grandfather of Manu (“man, thinking, intelligent”), the Vedic Adam and the “father” of humanity.