Jessica deStefano studied sculpture under the following members of the
National Sculpture Society: Kahlil Gibran of Boston, Massachusetts,
Richard Duhme of Chautauqua, New York and Jean Carlson of Cornwall, New York.
Most of her figures range from 7 to 15 inches. She sculpts the originals in a
combination of polymer clays. They are then cast in porcelain resin.
to the Website of www.yogafigurines.com
(click thumbnails for detailed view)
It is said that just meditating on a yoga posture
or asana can bring well-being and will enhance
ones' yoga practice. It was with this in mind that sculptor
Jessica deStefano created these yoga sculptures and figurines.
They are meant to be held and felt and meditated upon.
They are intended to bring you closer to self-realization and inner
This is your true nature and the essence of yoga.
Each figure is approximately 5" tall and
is cast in porcelain resin.
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Each yoga figure, like the asana it represents,
is designed to improve
the health and balance of a different aspect
of the body and mind.
Whether through meditation on the yoga figure or actual yoga practice,
each posture brings the yogi, or practitioner, closer to self-realization
The Angled Head Stand yoga asana, for example, (also called
Sirshasana utthita in Sanskrit)
helps relieve stress and brings balance and health by
sending oxygen to the upper body and head..
The Lotus yoga asana
(padmasana) helps bring clarity and centeredness to the
mind and body
through meditation. This is the primary posture of yoga.
The Bridge yoga
pose (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana) relieves stress and fatigue,
and strengthens the back.
The Shoulder Stand
yoga posture (Sarvangasana) strengthens the back
and brings balance and health to the digestive tract.
The Childs Pose
yoga asana (Utthita Bahlasana) releases pressure
on the spine and promotes deep relaxation.
The Bow yoga asana
(Dhanvrasana) brings strength, health
and flexibility to the spine.
The Head to Knee
Bend yoga asana (janu sirsasana) stretches
the legs and tones the abdomen.
Feel very free to click above
on the picture of any asana you wish to read more about.
You can see how these postures promote health and healing.