In Hatha yoga there are two kinds of poses and there are three kinds of postures. The postures are known as asanas and they are known as asanas.
The first kind of asana is known as the standing postures. These are the primary forms of body postures. The ones known as the standing postures are the most basic form of yoga. The standing postures are the primary body postures, the primary ways in which the body works by itself to move and maintain a position. The basic standing postures are very basic but they are very beneficial. They are designed to increase blood flow to the brain to increase our alertness and alertness increases our capacity to maintain a position and increase our energy to help us move on. The primary purpose of the standing postures is to increase the circulation of blood to other parts of our body. This increases our strength and vitality to be able to maintain a given position. The primary purpose of the standing postures is to build strong bones and muscles. These strengthen the core components of our body, the muscles and bones. The standing postures build strength in the legs, back and stomach to support the body and prevent us from toppling. The primary purpose of the standing postures is to strengthen the spine and legs, the muscles in the back and buttocks to help us maintain our position and keep from falling. The primary purpose of the standing postures are to increase the strength of the arms and legs, the muscles in the arms, buttocks and back to build our power and strength.
The other two kinds of asana are known as the forward and the backward bendings of the spine. As the name implies these bends are aimed at moving the body into a different position. While in these positions we can practice balance and stabilization of our bodies to increase our awareness.
The forward bending or the Upward Bow pose is the one known as the bow pose. In this position the legs are joined at the hip and in front of the chest. This position is one that is used to help us build our strength in the core components of our bodies to help us balance and to stabilize the body. We use this pose to build our power and to help us move quickly. When we are in this position the mind is completely involved in the task of moving and we are in a posture where we can think about moving, not about thinking. The primary purpose of the forward bending is to help with the digestion, building and increasing stamina.
The backward bending is known as the bend pose. In this position there is the legs at the knee and the hands are in gloves or in prayer position. This position is used to help us build our stamina, to help us build our stamina, to help us get the stamina for other poses that are aimed at strengthening the back and abdomen. The main purpose of the backward bending is to help us build our endurance and to assist in the building of endurance.
In terms of the standing positions we have the ones where we are at the edge of our balance. In all these positions the spine is used and the posture that is used is one that helps us build flexibility. The standing asana positions help us to keep our balance and they help us to increase the ability of the hips to stay stable, even while they are moving from one position to another. The standing postures help build our power.