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Yoga Poses - a full list of yoga poses, postures, and asanas for Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Bikram Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, and Ashtanga Yoga.
English Name Sanskrit Name
Lord of the Dance Natarajasana

Be certain of your physical abilities and limitations before attempting any yoga pose, and seek clearance from your physician if you are uncertain. Always respect your body and know your limits.

Lord of the Dance Pose

Natarajasana

(not-ah-raj-AHS-anna)

- Inhale, Standing centered on mat, fixing gaze on floor or wall in front of mat for balance (finding drishti).

- Exhale, and raise left arm straight up and right arm out 90 degrees bent at the elbow.

- Inhale, grounding left foot finding calm.

- Exhale, bend right leg at the knee and place foot in palm of right hand with fingers pointing outward thumb up.

- Inhale, finding balance and calm.

- Exhale, reaching forward with left arm, push back and up with right leg creating back bend.

- Inhale, keeping left leg straignt, but not locked at the knee.

- Exhale, bringing torso forward and pressing back with right foot and lifting leg.

- Hold pose 3 to 5 breaths or as long as comfortable.

- Exhale, and repeat on Left side.

- Modifications, Variations and Contraindications for Lord of the Dance Pose / Natarajasana Pose: Several areas are challenged in this pose and yogis with leg, shoulder, neck, back, or spinal issues should use caution.

Congratulations of learning Lord of the Dance Pose / Natarajasana Pose!



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