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What Are the 26 Different Bikram Yoga Poses and how to do it at home? (Video)

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Although this video would most likely do it for your DIY at home in doing the different 26 Bikram Yoga poses, I believe some tips might as well help you with your quest to be well and healthy and flexible in your body and overall daily routines. Doing Bikram Yoga will naturally heal your body of sickness and make it less prone to bacteria causing diseases and sickness. Follow the different poses in doing it at home and you’ll be find. You even don’t need an instructor as we all know that yoga is a self-administerable type of exercise that even a kid can do.

Bikram Yoga Pose Posture Picture

Take note though that Bikram yoga poses should and is advised to be done in a room with temperatures of 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Why? Simply because this will help your body muscles to adapt faster with the stretches that is incorporated in the 26 poses of Bikram yoga. Another reminder is that although some would use the popular 29 position, the 26 basic postures is enough to give your body the jerk that it needs on a twice a day basis. (see image of 26 posture / pose). (photo credits above to bikramyoga.com)

Before doing the 26 / 29 poses of Bikram yoga, make sure that you have enough heat in the room where you will practice. This will help ensure your muscles will work fine and not get damaged. If you don’t have a room with heat high enough as described above, you can add up as a heating element, a long sleeves in your body, a pair of socks can also be worn or if you have a heater at home, simply turn it on. Believe me, this will help you a lot in your practice of the poses.

  • Pranayama(Sanskrit) – Standing Deep Breathing
  • Ardha-Chandrasana(Sanskrit) – Half Moon Pose
  • Pada-Hasthasana(Sanskrit) – Hands to Feet
  • Utkatasana(Sanskrit) – Awkward Pose
  • Garurasana(Sanskrit) – Eagle Pose
  • Dandayamana-Janushirasana(Sanskrit) – Standing Head to Knee
  • Dandayamana-Dhanurasana(Sanskrit) – Standing Bow Pose
  • Tuladandasana(Sanskrit) – Balancing Stick
  • Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimotthanasana(Sanskrit) – Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose
  • Trikanasana(Sanskrit) – Triangle Pose
  • Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Janushirasana(Sanskrit) – Standing Separate Leg Head to Knee Pose
  • Tadasana(Sanskrit) – Tree Pose
  • Padangustasana(Sanskrit) – Toe Stand
  • Savasana(Sanskrit) – Dead Body Pose
  • Pavanamuktasana(Sanskrit) – Wind-Removing Pose
  • Bhujangasana(Sanskrit) – Cobra Pose
  • Salabhasana(Sanskrit) – Locust Pose
  • Poorna-Salabhasana(Sanskrit) – Full Locust Pose
  • Dhanurasana(Sanskrit) – Bow Pose
  • Supta-Vajrasana(Sanskrit) – Fixed Firm Pose
  • Ardha-Kurmasana(Sanskrit) – Half Tortoise Pose
  • Ustrasana(Sanskrit) – Camel Pose
  • Sasangasana(Sanskrit) – Rabbit Pose
  • Janushirasana and Paschimotthanasana(Sanskrit) – Head to Knee Pose and Stretching Pose
  • Ardha-Matsyendrasana(Sanskrit) – Spine-Twisting Pose
  • Kapalbhati in Vajrasana(Sanskrit) – Blowing in Firm Pose

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