Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose) stretches your entire body—your shoulders and arms, your ankles, hips, thighs and back. In the pose, the folded legs are said to resemble a cow's mouth; the elbows form the shape of a cow's ears. It's a pose that allows you many opportunities to explore the symmetry of the body.
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Garudasana is a classic balancing pose in a standing position. Garudasana yoga pose involves twisting the forearms and the legs with one another. The word Garudasana is a combination of two Sanskrit words; 'Garuda' means an eagle and 'Asana' means posture or pose
Parsva means side or plank; kona means angle; asana means posture. This asana is pronounced as paar-swa-konah-sanah, aka Extended Side Angle Pose.
Staff Pose (Dandasana)
It is a seated posture with the legs outstretched in front of the body and the spine long and vertically aligned. The palms touch the floor beside the hips (or the fingertips can be used if the palms do not reach).