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Thursday, February 7, 2008



This asana is also called, The Locust. Here the focal points of concentration are the legs. Lift the legs only as much as you can. Feel the pull exerted along the muscles in the back and in the legs. Be aware of the body movements and stretching. The muscles will release and relax after stretching for a specific time period in a tense position. Mentally, yogic exercises help to gather attention and help to develop a peaceful state of mind.

Steps to follow (Shalbhasana) :

1. Lie down on your abdomen with the chin resting on the floor.

2. With arms on both sides of the body and with fists even with the pelvic girdle inhale, lifting both legs 5 to15 inches above the floor.

3. Hold this position till you feel a pull on the bottom of the spinal cord and retain this position while taking several deep breaths.

Benefits :
  • cures acidity, constipation, wind troubles, indigestion and gastro intestinal disorders.
  • relieves one of nervous tension.
  • It activates the whole abdominal region.
Disclaimer For Yoga Exercise:
Please do not attempt to practise these without proper guidance from a trained Yoga instructor as these exercises can cause physical disability when done incorrectly.

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