Added by on August 6, 2013

Marjara means ‘cat’. This asana makes the spine flexible. It also helps cure backache and neck ache.

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  • superhowtoloseweight 4 years ago

    There’s no reason I won’t come back to this site again. Good work!

  • chphaniv 4 years ago

    This is absolutely wonderful position!!

  • mankind454 4 years ago

    nice ass i love it

  • cherainaturals 4 years ago

    Health and Fitness is now one of the major concern areas across the world. Easy lifestyle is what we are moving towards. Very less of effort spent on most activities like, travel by motor vehicles, air-conditioned environment, ready-made food stuff, etc

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  • 1lovetiger 4 years ago

    umahhhhhhhhhhh, lovely sexy brown ass. love it. i would love to teach this girl my yoga. would fun 😀

  • wendy estrada 4 years ago

    i tried it and i love it i at least do this every 2 hours!!! thnx!

  • vishwanath k.s. 4 years ago

    know marjara asan but new to this ….good

  • srikirs 4 years ago

    Hi devidatta! Do you have a online course?

  • TheAbStand 4 years ago

    Really need to start doing these consistently to help with my back. Been killing after long days at the office.

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  • Vickie Mann 4 years ago

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  • pradeep kumar 4 years ago

    Hi Devi dutt ji…I have a mild disc bilge in L5- S1…which all yoga postures will help to cure that.?

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