Kursi aasan (Chair pose) As we are sitting in a chair, we have to sit on the imaginary chair. Meaning this posture is as if we are sitting on a chair only then it is called chair posture. It is very easy to sit on such a chair but it is very difficult to sit on the imaginary chair. This is what we do in Utkatasana. You need a lot of hard work and courage to stay in this posture. This pose is not easy to do. You should read the differences before performing this mudra.
How to do chair posture.
1: First you place your mat in a clean place.
2: Stand erect with your feet slightly apart.
3:With the palms facing down, straighten both your arms and do not let your elbows bend.
4: Bend your knee and lower your hip as if you are sitting in a chair.
5:Try to bring your thighs parallel to the ground below.
Benefits of doing chair posture
Exercises the hips and chest. Helps strengthen the lower back.
Strengthens thigh, ankle, leg, and knee. Balances the body and brings determination to the mind. Boosts immune system.stimulates heart and diaphragm.
Kursi Aasan ( chair pose ) Precautions. If you are suffering from these diseases then you should not do this asana.
5.Low blood pressure
Do this asana before Uttasana.
3.Adho Mukha Svanasana...
This yoga is practiced in the form of a kneeling knee. A meditation posture under the same name is described in yoga texts. It provides a kind of strong stretch in our bodies.
This asana has a very calming effect on the mind. To perform this asana, kneel on the floor with feet slightly apart from the hip. Keep the spine straight and sit on the floor between the legs with the shoulders facing back. Place the palms comfortably on the thighs.
What is Bhujangasana? It is often referred to as the cobra pose, as it is performed in a cobra pose. With its hood raised. "Cobra pose opens the neck of the shoulders, stretches the muscles in the shoulders and chest, this helps us treat constipation".
Adho Mukha Svanasana...
Adhomukha Shravanasana is also a part of yoga. These three words are composed of Adams Mukha and Svana. Adams and much means downward and lost mouth and Ivana means dog. This asana is beneficial for many parts of our body like the legs and our shoulders.
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