Lord of the Dance

Yoga Every Damn Day As a part of A to Z April Blogging challenge, I am going to post a series of Yoga poses. Don't worry I will keep it simple and crisp... and try not to make it boring. {All pictures are mine, clicked by my dear husband}
Lord of the Dance or Natarajasana




Benefits:Stretches the shoulders and chest, stretches the thighs, groins, and abdomen, strengthens the legs and ankles, improves balance. Focus on - Knees, ankles, abdomen, pelvis, groins, chest, shoulders, spine, kidneys, lungs.

Day 2 - Bakasana
Day 4 - Dhanurasana
Day 5 - Eagle Pose
Day 6 - Fishy Fishy
Day 7 - Gate Pose
Day 8 - Headstand
Day 9 - Yoga Inversion
Day 10 - Janu Sirsasana
Day 11 - Krounchasana n Karnapidasana

32 comments:

  1. maSSSSTTT!!! there was a time i could do this without issues - those were the times i was dancing bharatnatyam and dancing around in general and my legs wud be "very bendy" as phoebe says ;) :p now i have to concentrate and practice to get this right! :(

    I love the sunset background wala the mostt!!! mastttt silhouette types aya :D

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    1. that's all right re. with practice ye bhi aaram se ho jayega :D

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  2. At least one pose that I can say I did!! I learnt Bhatarnatyam and learnt to stretch myself thus! you look so ethereal doing this!

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  3. Lovely clicks I must say. Though, I wonder how easy or tough it must be to balance yourself in such asanas on the sands at the beach.

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    1. it's easier on the rocks ... but on sand it sometimes get tough as the feet sinks in
      thanks for stopping by :D

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  4. That looks like it requires great balance which it seems you have a lot of Raj! :) <3

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    1. this one helps me to get the balance right :) thank you :D

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  5. Wow, wonderful pics and you are inspiring me to take up Yoga again.

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  6. Spellbound...
    Brilliant poses and amazing clicks!

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  7. The asanas look great but the photographer deserves a standing ovation...wow

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    1. he would be extremely happy to read this :D thank you :D

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  8. Beautiful clicks, Raj! Wow! And yes, you do look like a graceful dancer here :)

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  9. wowweee! That sure seems to be a super asana if it can do all that. And wowwee to the pics too :D
    You are welcome to check my A-Z posts here: http://sundarivenkatraman.blogspot.in/

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    1. thank you so much for visiting and writing in :D

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  10. Awesome pose!!! Love the silhouette pics of yours.. they are so picture perfect! :D

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  11. How you manage to get such beautiful pics? :D

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    1. I got a dedicated photographer :P my husband hehehe :D

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  12. Absolutely love the pose and the photography!! Awesome <3

    Like It Happened Yesterdy

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  13. Awesome pose and that sunset, stunning!!

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  14. Awesome pose- and amazing pictures:-)

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