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Ubhaya-Padangushtahasana

Ubhaya = both
Padangushtaha = big toe

Supported Headstand – Salamba-Shirshasana I+II+III 

Salamba = supported
Shirsha = head

supported shoulderstand – Salamba-Sarvangasana I 

Sa-= together, accompanied by
Salamba
 = supported
Sarvanga = whole body

Upavishta-Konasana

Upavishtha = sit
Kona = angle

Urdhva-Dandasana

Urdhva = upwards, up, high
Danda = stick

Urdhva-Mukha-Pashchimottanasana I + II

Urdhva = upwards, up, high
Mukha = face, mouth
Urdhva-Mukha = face lifted up
Pashchima = west = backside of the body
Tan = strech out, widening, extend  

Urdhva-Mukha-Shvanasana – upward facing dog

Urdhva = upwards, up, high
Mukha = face, mouth
Urdhva-Mukha = face lifted up
Shvana = dog

 

Urdhva-Padmasana in Sarvangasana

Urdhva = upwards, up, high
Padma = Lotos
Sarvanga = whole body

Urdhva-Padmasana in Shirshasana

Urdhva = upwards, up, high
Padma = Lotos
Shirshasana = headstand

Urdhva-Prasarita-Ekapadasana – standing split

Urdhva = upwards, up, high
Prasarita = outstreched, enlarged, extensive
Eka = one
Pada = foot, leg

Uttanasana – forward bend

Uttana = intensive strech 
Ut = a particle which means sensitivity and intensity
Tan = strech out, widening, extend

Uttana-Padma-Mayurasana 

Uttana = intensive strech 
Padma = Lotos
Mayura = peacock

Utkatasana – Chair

Utkata = powerfull, wild, uneven
Ut = a particle which means sensitivity and intensity

Utthita-Hasta-Padangushthasana

Utthita = outstreched, enlarged, extensive
Hasta = hand
Padangushtaha = big toe

Utthita-Parshvakonasana – extendet sideposition

Utthita = outstreched, enlarged, extensive
Parshva = side, flank
Kona = angle

Utthita-Trikonasana – streched trigangle

Utthita = outstreched, enlarged, extensive
Trikona = triangle
Tri = three
Kona = angle

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