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How to do?
Begin this asana by squatting. Place your feet at a distance
that is slightly lesser than the distance between your shoulders.
Keep your knees wide.
Begin this asana by squatting. Place your feet at a distance that is slightly lesser than the distance between your shoulders. Keep your knees wide.
Move your upper body forward and place it between the inner thighs. As you lower your upper body , your hips must be raised, such that they come in line with the floor.
Place the upper left shoulder as close to the back area of the left thigh, a little above your knees. Once you have done this, place the left hand on the ground next to the outer part of your left foot. Do the same on your right side as well.
This will make your upper back round up.
Now that both your palms firmly press the ground, lift your body, putting the entire weight on your hands.
Press the outer part of your arms along with the inner thighs as you place the right ankle over your left ankle. Look ahead. Hold the pose.
Then, bend your elbows and release the pose as you exhale.
Why to do?
This asana helps improve a sense of balance and concentration.It makes the wrists, shoulders, arms, and upper body strong.
Digestion is improved as the abdomen gets a good stretch.
This asana nourishes the thyroid gland. Therefore, the heart rate is controlled, the nervous system is balanced, metabolism is regulated and blood circulation is improved.
This asana helps relieve stress and headache.
When not to?
If you have wrist, elbow, lower back or shoulder injury.
If you have high blood pressure.
If you have cervical spondylitis.