Freshersgo is a free job portal to find IT, BPO, Software, Technical,
A Platform To Showcase And Sell Your Crafts & Clothing.
Fueling entrepreneurship, Accelerating innovation.
How to do?
Sit next to an open near a wall , such that your feet are on the
floor, spread in front of you, and the left side of your body is
touching the wall.
Sit next to an open near a wall , such that your feet are on the floor, spread in front of you, and the left side of your body is touching the wall.
Exhale. Lie on your back away from the wall making sure that the back of your legs press against the wall, and that the soles of your feet face upwards. It takes a little bit of movement to lie in this pose.
Place your buttocks a little away from the wall or press them against the wall.
Your back and head should rest on the floor. Your body forms a 90-degree angle.
Lift your hips up and slide a prop under them. You could also use your hands to support your hips and form that curve in your lower body.
Head and neck should be in neutral position and soften your throat and your face.
Close your eyes and breathe. Hold the position for at least five minutes.
To release roll to any one side. Breathe before you sit up.
Why to do?
It relaxes tired, cramped feet and legs.
It relieves a mild backache.
It gives the body a good stretch and helps calm the mind.
This asana has therapeutic benefits for the following:
Anxiety, arthritis, digestive problems, headaches and migraines, high and low blood pressure, Insomnia, respiratory ailments, urinary disorders, varicose veins, menstrual cramps, premenstrual syndrome and menopause.
When not to?
If you have serious eye problems such as glaucoma.
If you have severe back and neck problems, proper guidance is advised.
While practising the asana, if a tingling sensation in the legs persists, bend your knees and bring your feet closer to your body.