One Legged Inverted Staff Pose I (Eka Pada Viparita Dadasana I)<br>
Expands the chest fully as it tones the spine. An Exhilarating pose that also soothes the mind. This pose also gives similar effects as the head stand.
Angle Headstand (Kona Sirsasana)<br>
Strengthens the arms and upper torso. Stimulates blood flow to the pelvic organs, Head and Brain, Rests the heart, relaxes the nervous system. Promotes internal cleansing, stretches the groin and inner leg muscles.
Fish (Matsyasana)<br>
Expand the chest and encourages deeper breathing opening the throat area as well. Aids the thyroid and parathyroid glands in the neck  helps regulate metabolism. Increases lung capacity and helps with breathing problems like asthma and bronchitis. Stretches the back nourishing the spinal nerves. It nourishes the pituitary and pineal gland by increasing blood supply to the head area. Aids digestion and elimination. Increase mobility in the pelvic area as it tones the organs there. This pose is also beneficial for menstrual disorders.
Standing forward bend (Uttanasana)<br>
The hamstrings as it stretches and strengthens them, abdominal organs and gently massaged.
Aids digestion tones the kidneys, liver spleen and nervous system, stretches and promotes flexibility of the spine. Helpful for depression and enhances energy levels. Promotes vitality, and increases blood supply to the head and brain. Soothes and calms the mind. 
Staff Lift (Dandasana Lift)<br>
Strengthens the muscles of the whole body. Particularly the arms and the trunk. It develops core strength; strengthening willpower and mental focus.
Full Sideways Split (Samakonsasana)<br>
Stretches the spine tones the nerves of the legs as it stretches both the legs and hips. Stimulates blood flow to the pelvic & genital region and keeps them healthy. Relives sciatica and prevents the development of hernia.
Inverted Locust (Viparita Salabhasana)<br>
Strengthens the abdomen, lower back and legs. Massages the internal organs, ensuring efficient functioning of the digestive system and preventing constipation.
One Legged Forward Bend (Urdhva Prasarita Ekapadasana)<br>
Tones the leg muscles and reduces fat around the hips.
Headstand (Salamba Sir Sasana II)<br>
Stimulates blood flow to the pelvis, head and brain. Promotes internal cleansing, rests the heart, relaxes your nervous system, strengthens the arms, upper torso and tones the legs. An empowering pose developing strength and confidence on a physical, emotional and mental level.
One Legged Crane (Ekapada Bakasana)<br>
The abdominal organs are contracted on one side and then stretched on the other. Also strengthens the arms and wrist.
Scales Pose (Tolasana)<br>
Strengthens the wrists, hands and abdominal walls.
Tortoise (Kurmasana)<br>
Opens the inner leg, hip and groin muscles. Tones the legs. It stimulates the flow of blood to the pelvic organs nourishing them. Helps to develop deep inner calm.


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Ben has been practicing yoga for over 30 years. He's Studied - Iyanger, Hatha, Ashtanga, and Sivananda styles of Yoga. He's originally from Los Angeles, California where he began his Yoga studies and began his teaching. He's is now residing in Melbourne, Australia, teaching beginner to advanced classes, between acting, modelling and dancing performances.

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