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Module Two Review

Review of Module Two concepts and information

Baka Crane
Bheka Frog
Bhujanga Serpent
Cakora Partridge
Garuda Eagle
Go Cow
Hamsa Swan
Kapinjala Bird Living On Raindrops
Kaka Crow
Kapota Pigeon
Karandava Himalayan Goose
Kraunca Heron
Kukkuta Rooster
Kurma Tortoise
Makara Crocodile
Matsya Fish
Mayura Peacock
Nakra Crocodile
Salabha Locust
Sasa Rabbit
Simha Lion
Tittibha Firefly
Ustra Camel
Vatayana Horse
Vrscika Scorpion
Maha Mrityunjaya (Om Triamakam yaja mahe) A chant to Shiva reminding us that out of destruction comes transformation. This chant offers protection from accidents and misfortunes. It can be used as healing energy.
Feet in Savasana Feet are angled evenly away from perpendicular
Pelvis in Savasana Hip points are parallel to the floor
Shoulders in Savasana Relaxed away from ears
Arms/Hands in Savasana Back of the hands resting evenly on the floor - as close as possible to the knuckles of the index finger
Neck/Head in Savasana Head in neutral position
Created by: adyer108