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    Viparita Karani

    Viparita karani is a Sanskrit term that denotes an act of inverting. In Sanskrit, viparita means "inverted" or "reversed," and karani means "doing" or "making Although any inverting action is technically a viparita karani, the term is most commonly used in yoga to indicate an asana known as legs-up-the-wall pose in English. In this asana, the practitioner lays on the back with the legs extended against a wall Viparita karani is a very restorative and rejuvenating asana that both soothes and energizes the body and mind. It is an inversion in the shoulder stand family, similar to sarvangasana. However, viparita karani is more accessible for beginners and easier to hold for extended periods of time and, so, the practitioner may enjoy its fullest rejuvenating benefits
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