Overblog
Edit post Follow this blog Administration + Create my blog

4. Vrksasana or tree pose: Benefits:- → This aasana is great for the muscles of your abdomen and tones the thighs and arms. note:- →If you have injured your knee or back please do this aasana under the supervision of a trained expert. Steps to do this pose: 1)Stand with your legs together. 2)Now put most of your weight on one leg and a little weight on the other leg. 3)Now raise the leg with the least weight such that your foot is facing inwards, towards your opposite knee. 4)You can hold your ankle to help you pull up the leg. 5)Place the heel of your foot on your inner thigh of the other leg, as close to the pelvis as possible. 5)Now gently raise your hands above your head making sure your fingers are pointing towards the ceiling. 6)Make sure you focus your mind and try to maintain your balance. 7)Breathing steadily and focusing on one spot in front of your eyes helps in maintaining the pose and not falling over. 8)Do not try to hold a chair or wall for the support while doing this pose. 9)It will only reduce the intensity of the aasana. take care

4. Vrksasana or tree pose: Benefits:- → This aasana is great for the muscles of your abdomen and tones the thighs and arms. note:- →If you have injured your knee or back please do this aasana under the supervision of a trained expert. Steps to do this pose: 1)Stand with your legs together. 2)Now put most of your weight on one leg and a little weight on the other leg. 3)Now raise the leg with the least weight such that your foot is facing inwards, towards your opposite knee. 4)You can hold your ankle to help you pull up the leg. 5)Place the heel of your foot on your inner thigh of the other leg, as close to the pelvis as possible. 5)Now gently raise your hands above your head making sure your fingers are pointing towards the ceiling. 6)Make sure you focus your mind and try to maintain your balance. 7)Breathing steadily and focusing on one spot in front of your eyes helps in maintaining the pose and not falling over. 8)Do not try to hold a chair or wall for the support while doing this pose. 9)It will only reduce the intensity of the aasana. take care

Share this post
Repost0
To be informed of the latest articles, subscribe: