Combination Yoga Poses

Series of illustrations showing people in a range of Combination Yoga Poses

Combination Yoga poses are poses that should be done one after the other and can easily be combined in sequences. An example of combination yoga poses are the Camel and Child’s pose. The Camel Pose is a chest opening pose that helps bring in energy and being followed by the Child’s Pose can help deepen focus.

Combination Poses should be done with almost no rest between one another and are often used as modifications and variations of the original move. Other poses that are often combined include the Bow and Child’s Pose, the Pigeon and Downward Facing Dog Pose, the Warrior II and Reverse Warrior Pose, and the Bridge and Reclined Bound Angle Pose.

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There are over 300 types of yoga poses. Each yoga pose, or asana, targets a different part of the body like the legs, arms, or back. The different types of yoga poses can be categorized by difficulty or the anatomy of the body that they target and are typically done in sequence.

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