Priour to everything, asana is spoken of as the first part of hath yoga. Having done asana one gets steadiness (firmness) of body and mind; diseaselessness and lightness (flexibility) of the limbs.

Asana is the first part of hath yoga. In raja yoga, asana refers to the sitting position, but in hath yoga it means something else. Asana is a specific position which opens the energy channels and psychic centres. Hath yoga is a process through which purification and control of the body take place by restructuring the pranic flows. The hath yogis also found that by developing control of the body through asana, the mind is controlled. Therefore, asana practice is foremost in hath yoga. When you practice asana, steadiness develops. Prana moves freely, and there is less chance of disease occurring. Just as stagnant water is the breeding ground for alll sorts of creatures, when prana stagnates anywhere in the body, conditions are perfect for bacteria to flourish; prana should move like swift flowing water. 

  1. Surya Namaskara
  2. Vrikshasana
  3. Utthita Trikonasana
  4. Parivrtt Trikonasana
  5. Virbhadrasana I
  6. Virbhadrasana II
  7. Virbhadrasana III
  8. Ardha Chandrasana
  9. Utthita hasta Padangusthasana
  10. Parsvottasana
  11. Prasarita padottanasana I
  12. Prasarita padottanasana II
  13. Parighasana
  14. Ustrasana
  15. Utkatasana
  16. Padangusthasana
  17. Padahastasana
  18. Vrdhva prasarita ekpadasana
  19. Ardh bandh padmottanasana
  20. Garudasana
  21. Vatayanasana
  22. Salvahasana
  23. Dhanurasana
  24. Parsva dhanurasana
  25. Chaturanga dandasana
  26. Makarasana
  27. Nakrasana
  28. Bhujangasana
  29. Vrdhva mukha svanasana
  30. Ado muka svanasana
  31. Poripurna navasana
  32. Dandasana
  33. Ardh navasana
  34. Gomukhasana
  35. Lolasana
  36. Siddhasana
  37. Virasana
  38. Supta virasana
  39. Paryankasana
  40. Bhekasana / Mandukasana
  41. Baddha konasana
  42. Padmasana for*
  43. Sanmukhi mudra, yoni mudra, sambhavi mudra
  44. Parvatasana
  45. Tolasana
  46. Simhasana I one*
  47. Simhasana II six*
  48. Matsyasana Five*
  49. Kukkutasana Six*
  50. Garbha Pindasana Seven*
  51. Goraksasana Ten*
  52. Baddh padmasana Six*
  53. Yoga mudrasana six*
  54. Supta vajrasana twelve*
  55. Maha mudra five*
  56. Janu Sirasana Five*
  57. Parivrta janu sirasana nine*
  58. Ardh baddh padma pashimottasana
  59. Trianga mukhaikapdu pashimottasana
  60. Krounchasana
  61. Marichyasana I Five*
  62. Marichyasana II Six*
  63. Upavistha Konasana Nine*
  64. Paschimottaanasana Six*
  65. Parivrtta Paschimottan asana Nine*
  66. Urdhva Makha Paschimottan asana I Ten*
  67. Ubhaya padangusth asana Three*
  68. Purvottan asana one*
  69. Akarna dhanurasana Eleven*
  70. Salamba Sirsasana I Four*
  71. Urdhva Dandasana Eight*
  72. Salamba Sirsasana II Five*
  73. Salamba Sirsasana III Eight*
  74. Baddha Hasta Sirsasana Four*
  75. Mukta hasta sirsasana Six*
  76. Parsava sirsasana Eight*
  77. Parivrttaikapada sirsasana Ten*
  78. Eka pada sirsasana Eleven*
  79. Parsvaika Pada Sirsahana
  80. Vrdhva Padmasana in Sirsasana six*
  81. Parsva urdhva padmasana in sirsasana seven*
  82. Pindasana in sirsasana six*
  83. Salamba sarvangasana I Two*
  84. Niralamba sarvangasana I Three*
  85. Salamba sarvangasana II Four*
  86. Halasana Four*
  87. Karnapidasana one*
  88. Supta Konasana Two*
  89. Parsva Halasana Four*
  90. Eka Pada  sarvangasana Five*
  91. Parsvaika pada sarvangasana Six*
  92. Parsva sarvangasana Nine*
  93. Setu Bandh sarvangasana also called uttana Mayurasana Ten*
  94. Eka pada setu Bandha sarvangasana
  95. Urdhva Padmasana in sarvangasana Four*
  96. Parsva urdhva Padmasana in sarvangasana seven*
  97. Pindasana in sarvangasana Five*
  98. Jathara Parivartanasana Five*
  99. Urdhva Prasarita Padasana one*
  100. Chakrasana Four*
  101. Supta Padangusthasana Thirteen*
  102. Anantasana Nine*
  103. Uttana Padasana Nine*
  104. Setu Bandhasana Fourteen*
  105. Bharadvajasana I One*
  106. Bharadvajasana II Two*
  107. Marichyasana III Ten*
  108. Marichyasana IV Eleven*
  109. Ardha Matsyendrasana I Eight*
  110. Malasana I Eight*
  111. Malasana II Two*
  112. Pasasana Fifteen*
  113. Ardh Matsyendrasana II Nineteen*