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Yoga Mudras

Yoga is thought to be a combination of various body configurations and breathing techniques for relaxation and calmness. In a normal yoga class, we learn these techniques of yoga and get benefits from these techniques, but there is also a less popular independent and subtle / deep branch of yoga, its name is Yoga Tattva Mudra Vigyan. As we go on practicing yoga, we also start experiencing its subtle effects on the body, mind and consciousness.

What is yoga mudra
Extremely specific and based on the principles of Ayurveda, yoga postures are considered to be healing tools, the Sanskrit word mudra meaning body gestures (organ configurations) or tendencies. The whole body or only the hands are used for mudra. The practice of mudra along with yogic breath stimulates the various parts of the body and sensitizes the flow of prana in the body. The practice of mudra along with yogic breath stimulates the various parts of the body and sensitizes the flow of prana in the body.

The Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Gherand Samhita are the main texts on postures. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika describes 10 postures and the Gherand Samhita describes 25 postures. Some yoga postures are comfortable for us. By simply touching the hands with our fingers, we can influence our attitude, thinking. And right there you can heal the body with your inner strength.

Type of yoga mudras

Vayu Mudra

Vayu Mudra

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Linga Mudra

Linga Mudra

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Surya Mudra

Surya Mudra

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Akash Mudra

Akash Mudra

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Prana Mudra

Prana Mudra

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Prithvi Mudra

Prithvi Mudra

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Chinmaya Mudra

Chinmaya Mudra

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Varun Mudra

Varun Mudra

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Shankh Mudra

Shankh Mudra

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Chin Mudra

Chin Mudra

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Sahaj Shankh Mudra

Sahaj Shankh Mudra

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Apana Mudra

Apana Mudra

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Adi Mudra

Adi Mudra

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Gyan Mudra

Gyan Mudra

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Shunya Mudra

Shunya Mudra

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Jalodar Nashak Mudra

Jalodar Nashak Mudra

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