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A poster representing 12 fun & easy yoga poses / asanas for kids.
Introduce your little one to yoga with our yoga poster. A framed art to reference and enjoy in daily Asanas - yoga practice. Yogasanas Poster / Wall Frame comes with the illustration of following 12 easy asanas / yoga poses with their fun names. Encourage kids to find some movement and be playful. Practicing these asanas regularly is known to enhance health and improve the balance of energies!
- Adho Mukha Shvanasana- Downward-Facing Dog Pose - a natural stretch that dogs do
- Padmasana - Lotus position - A cross-legged sitting meditation pose
- Trikonasana - Triangle Pose - A standing asana
- Bhujangasana - Cobra Pose - a reclining back-bending asana
- Baddha Konasana – Butterfly Pose - Bound Angle Pose
- Mandukasana - Frog Pose - a hip opening posture
- Simhasana - Lion Pose
- Navasana / Naukasana - Boat Pose
- Utkatasana - Chair Pose
- Vrikshasana - Tree Pose - a balancing asana
- Natarajasana – Bee Pose - Lord of the Dance Pose or Dancer Pose is a standing, balancing, back-bending asana
- Ardha Chandrasana - Airplane Pose or Half Moon Pose a standing asana
Use the framed art as an inspiration for your their daily practice or as a help to remember the names of the yoga poses - or simply as home decoration. A truly inspirational gift for kids!
- Yogasanas - Wall Frame is a framed wall art professionally printed with sharp, vivid designs.
- It is Printed on Premium Quality Art Paper
- Elegant Frame that complements the work of art!
- Hook and chain at the back to make sure framed print stays on the wall for years to come
Origin of Yoga -
One of the oldest sciences in the world, Yoga originated in India. Yoga's origins can be traced to northern India over 5,000 years ago. The word yoga was first mentioned in ancient sacred texts called the Rig Veda.
The Atharva veda mentions `breath control’, but it is not possible to pin down exact dates because the Vedas were passed down orally. But much before this—2700BC—several seals depicting Yoga asanas were found in the Indus-Saraswati civilization. The main sources that provide information about Yoga and associated literature are available in the Vedas, Upanishads, Smritis, teachings of Buddha, Panini, the epics, the Puranas, etc.
When starting with yoga, there will be certain postures which become the foundation of your yoga practice. Anchoring your practice with these postures allows you to reap the benefits of yoga - flexibility, improved muscle strength, protection of the spine, increased blood flow, and even improved happiness. It is believed that there are 19 different types of yoga and 66 basic asanas / yoga postures.