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Is there a need for Yoga teachers to speak Sanskrit
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November 27, 2009 - 6:37 pm
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Namaskar Everyone,

In Sanskrit there is one name for a Yoga technique. In the average class you may hear cobbler pose, bound angle pose, diamond pose, butter fly pose, and even sometimes star pose (although this is usually a variation). In Sanskrit, there is one name: Baddha Konasana. By learning Sanskrit, a yoga teacher in Argentina can speak to a yoga teacher in India with no confusion.

Shanti,

Priyah

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