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How to do?
First sit comfortably on the floor, keep your legs close to each
Now keep your left foot pressed agains...
How to do?
First sit comfortably on the floor, keep your legs close to each other.
Now keep your left foot pressed against your perineum. (The area is that the soft tissue between the anus and the reproductive gland). Now keep your right foot over your left foot.
To steady the pose, slide your right foot toes into the gap between the left calf muscles.
Your knees ought to touch the ground.
Press your chin against the chest and keep your spine erect.
Keep focusing on the space between the eyebrows.
Be attentive to your respiration process and breathe deeply.
Place your hands on the knees, or you can make Jnana or Chin gesture with the fingers.
Remain in this position for as long as you can.
Why to do?
Makes spinal column straight and steady.
In this asana , the heel is kept pressed against the Muladhara. This ensures that the energy currents flow upwards towards the spine.
It stabilizes the nervous system.
When not to?
If you have lower back pain and sciatica.
If you have knee pain or arthritis.
If you have had surgery recently especially of hip, knee and back.