The most basic of all the standing poses, Tadasana is present in every beginner, intermediate and advanced yoga sequence. This pose is the starting and ending point of all the standing asanas in yoga practice. It may simply look like you’re just standing up, but you’re engaging different types of muscles while doing this pose.…Continue Reading →
Caterpillar - Stresses the ligaments along the back of the spine Compresses the stomach organs, which helps strengthen the organs of digestion Stimulates the kidneys Since the heart is below the spine, the heart is massaged Helps to cure impotency and leads to sex control 
The "Baby" Dragon Pose in Yin Yoga looks like the Yang version called the Low Lunge. The intent of the pose is different and is held for a longer period of time, using your body weight to gently, gradually open your hip flexors. Please see my article on this pose to see the benefits of this pose, how to set it up and how Yin Yoga can deepen your own home practice.