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Malasana = Garland Pose
Pasasana / Pashasana = Noose Pose
Upavesasana (Sitting Down Pose)
Malasana I – binding behind back
Malasana II – grasping ankles and taking forehead to toes
* Malasana is often shown as feet wide and turned out with palms together in front of torso. This is a more accessible variation of the traditional full pose.
* The traditional full pose has feet parallel and together, reaching arms around legs for bind.
* Pasasana (Noose Pose) has feet together with a bound twist.
* Some variations include modified twists (with feet apart or together).Asana Index »
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