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Padahastasana

Pada = foot, leg
Hasta = hand

Padangushthasana

Pada = foot, leg
Angushtha = big toe

Padmasana

Padma = Lotos

Parighasana

Parigha = timber, bar (which is closing a gate)

Parinama-Vada

Parinama = Change/Transformation

Paripurna-Navasana – Boat

Paripurna = complete, perfect, holistic
Nava = boat, ship, steamboat

Parivritta-Janu-Shirshasana

Parivritta = reverse, turned, reverse, upside down, backwards
Janu = knee
Shirsha = head

      

Parivritta-Parshvakonasana

Parivritta
 = reverse, turned, reverse, upside down, backwards
Parshva = side, flank
Kona = angle          

Parivritta-Pashchimottanasana

Parivritta
 = reverse, turned, reverse, upside down, backwards
Pashchima = west = back side of the body
Tan = strech out, widening, extend          

Parivrittaikapada-Shirshasana

Parivritta = reverse, turned, reverse, upside down, backwards
Eka = one
Pada = leg

Parivritta-Trikonasana – turned trigangle

Parivritta = reverse, turned, reverse, upside down, backwards
Trikona = triangle
Tri = three
Kona = angle   

   

Parshva-Dhanurasana

Parshva = side, flank, sideward, torso
Danu = bow

Parshvaika-Pada-Sarvangasana

Parshva = Seite, Flanke, seitwärts, Rumpf
Eka = eins
Pada = Fuß, Bein
Sarvanga = gesamter Körper

Parshvaika-Pada-Shirshasana

Parshva = side, flank, sideward, torso
Eka = one
Pada = foot, leg

Parshva-Halasana

Parshva = side, flank, sideward, torso
Hala = plow

Parshva-Sarvangasana

Parshva = side, flank, sideward, torso
Sarvanga = whole body

Parshva-Shirshasana

Parshva = side, flank, sideward, torso
Shirsha = head

Parshva-Urdhva-Padmasana in Shirshasana

Parshva = side, flank, sideward, torso
Urdhva = upward, upright, high, above
Padma = Lotos
Shirsha = head Shirshasana = headstand

Parshvottanasana

Parshva = side, flank, sideward, torso
Uttana = intensive strech
Ut = a particle which means sensitivity and intensity
Tan = strech out, extend

Parvatasana

Parvata = hill / mountain          

Pashchimottanasana

Pashchima = west = backside of the body
Tan = strech out, widening, extend    

    

Paryankasana

Paryanka = bed, couch, sofa

Plow – Halasana

Hala = plow

Pindasana in Sarvangasana

Pinda = embryo
Sarvanga = whole body

Pindasana in Shirshasana

Pinda = embryo
Shirshasana = headstand

Pranayama

Control of Prana, the knowledge of breath, extension and control of breath

Prana =  live itself or consciousness, breath, breathing, vitality, wind, energy, strength or soul as contrast to the body, part of the cosmic breath, „which is continuous everywhere“

Ayama = to strech, extend, expand, lengthen, length as well as restrech

 

Prasarita-Padottanasana I + II

Prasarita = outstreched, enlarged, extensive
Pada = foot, leg

Pratikriyasana = Ausgleichsposition

Prati = against
Kr = to do

Purusha oder Dashtr

Puru = city, commune
Purusha = the person who lives in the city

 

Purvottanasana

Purva = east
Tan = strech out, widening, extend  

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