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Geometry: In this inverted pose, all my limbs are supported on my upper arms and shoulders. The back of my head is on the leg stays in line with the hips and shoulders and one leg extends overhead as in parsva halasana.From Salamba Sarvangasana:Keep the left leg straight, turn the right leg out so the toes point to the right.
Model: Martin Hunke, Inner Heat Yoga
From Supta Tadasana1. Start in Supta Tadasana, palms down, with 3 four-fold blankets on top of open blanket on your sticky mat.2. Draw the knees into the chest and take the knees over the head.3. Extend the legs onto the floor or onto a chair, block or bolster support. 4. Place the palms of your hands on either side of your spine with the fingers pointing up towards your tailbone. 5. Extend the arms overhead. Exhale and come down.From Salamba Sarvangasana1. Keep palms pressing into the back and the legs straight, Lower the legs until the toes reach the ground. Take your chest and hips slightly back to do this. 
Geometry: In this inverted pose, all my limbs are supported on my upper arms and shoulders. The back of my head is on the ground. One leg stays in line with the hips and shoulders and one leg extends overhead in halasana. Actions: From Halasana or Ardha Halasana. Exhale and take the right leg straight up towards the ceiling. Move the back towards the front of the body and lift the chest. Exhale and take the right leg down to Halasana/Ardha Halasana. Extend through the feet and straighten the legs as you lower one leg at a time towards the floor. Stretch the left leg from the groin upwards. Draw in the left knee and keep it taut.
Model: Kate Hallahan Zuckerman Credit: Ellie WIlliams, Cville
Bharadvaja was the father of Drona, the military preceptor of the Kauravas and Pandavas, who fought the great war described in the Mahabharata.  1. Sit in Dandasana. 2. Bend the knees and take the shins to the right, the feet are adjacent to the hip. Do not sit on the feet. Right foot is on top of the left arch.  3. The pelvis is level. Place a blanket under the left hip if necessary to level the pelvis.
Credit: Iyengar Yoga Teacher Training Yoga del Sur
This is an inverted pose. The back of the head, neck, shoulders and upper arms are on the floor. The torso is perpendicular to the floor with the hips over the shoulders. The legs are overhead and spread wide apart. The arms stretched to hold the toes. 1. From Halasana or Karnapidasana stretch the legs straight and spread the legs as far apart as you can.  2. Pull the trunk up and extend the backs of the knees. 3. Hold the right toe with the right hand and the left toe with the left hand.  4. Keep the heels up.
Karnapidasana Credit: Simply Nate Photo
In this pose, both the ears are pressed by the bent legs. The outside noise is shut off which makes one turn inwards. This is an inverted posture where the head, neck, shoulders and upper arms are on the floor, the torso is perpendicular to the floor, the legs are over head with the knees bent and inner knees and thighs press the ears. 1. From Halasana, place the hands on the back.  2. Exhale, flex the knees and bring the right knee by the right ear, the left knee by the left ear and rest the knees on the floor.
Model: Noriko Credit: Michelle Haymoz
The Sage Marichi is the son of the Creator, Brahma and the grandfather of the Sun God, Surya.1. Sit in Dandasana.  Bend the left knee and place the sole and heel of the foot flat on the floor. The calf should touch the thigh.2. Place the left heel near the perineum, the inner side of the left foot touches the inside of the outstretched thigh. (Place the heel in front of the sit bone, if possible, or slightly to the side.) Press the heel down to draw the sacrum in and lift the chest. 
Trianga Mukhaikapada Pascimottanasana from Monkey Yoga Shala
In this pose the three limbs are the feet, knees, and buttocks. Mukhaikapada - Mukha -Face Eka - One Pada - Leg or Foot corresponds to the face touching the one straight leg. Pascimottanasana is extended stretch to the west pose.  1. Sit in Dandasana 2. Bend the right knee and place the right foot by the side of the right hip joint in ardha virasana. Keep the toes pointing back.
Myra Dionisio in Siddhasana
A Siddha is one who has acquired supernatural powers through penance.  1. Sit in Dandasana. Bend the left leg, hold the left heel and place it near the perineum. The sole of the left foot placed on the right thigh.  2. Bend the right leg and place the right foot on the left ankle; the heel of the right foot should be placed near the pubic bone.  3. Lift the lower abdomen so it does not press on the heel. 4. Stretch both arms. Place the backs of the wrists on the knees. Keep the palms open. Breathe evenly.
Cora Wen in Uttanasana
Geometry: Feet Together. Ankles, Knees and Hips in Line. Chest extended over the legs.
Concave Back: Feet and legs are together as in Tadasana My hips line up over my heels. My Arms are stretched straight. My chest is lifted so my spine is concave.
Classic Asana: Feet and legs are together as in Tadasana. My hips line up over my heels. My torso extends forward over my legs. Hands by the sides of the feet.
1. Stand in Tadasana. Create a wide base with your feet together. Inhale lengthen the front body and place the hands on the hips.
Padahastasana by Portrait Yogi
This pose is practiced by standing on one's hands. 
Stand in Tadasana. Bring the feet to hip distance apart.
Inhale hands to hips. Lift the chest.
Exhale, bend forward and grasp your big toes with your forefinger and thumb or use a strap. Inhale and draw the shoulder blades into the back and abdomen towards the spine.
Draw the kneecaps up and move the thighbones back.
Exhale and extend the spine downward continuing to draw the shoulder blades down the back. Elbows move toward the sides and up.
Inhale lift the chest back to concave. Exhale Hands to hips. Inhale bring the torso back up. Exhale the feet back together into Tadasana.
Prasarita Padottanasana D
Geometry: In this pose, the Feet are Spread Wide Apart. The Legs and Spine are Intensely Stretched.
Model: Netta in Parsvottanasana for 2nd Trimester Pregnancy
From Tadasana, Inhale and step or jump into Utthita Hasta Padasana. Turn the whole body towards the right leg. Exhale hands to hips.Inhale lift the chest up.Exhale place the hands on the floor or on blocks. Keep the spine concave. The inner shoulderblades move into the spine. The legs and arms are straight. The pelvis is parallel with the floor and the center of the chest is in line with the center of the thigh.Take a few deep breaths here drawing up on the front thighs. Extend through the outer edge of the back foot.
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