1. Stand straight, toes and heels together, hands freely lowered.
2. Rise on toes as high as possible and lower down, being careful not to transfer body weight to the heels.
3. Repeat 10 to 40 times, breathing is arbitrary.
4. You can complicate the exercise by standing with your toes on a support. When lowering the heels are below the level of toes. You can also do exercise only on one leg, bending the other in the knee.
It tones up the muscles of the legs, helps with pain in the legs and in the sacrum, reduces body fat deposits.
Text: From the book of Ar Eddar “The Beginning of Hatha Yoga”