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1. Take Tadasana.
2. Extend straight arms above your head and join your palms.
3. Exhale and, bend over the torso, bend the knees so that the hips are parallel to the floor.
4. Straining your legs and keeping your hips parallel to the floor, tilt your torso and arms back as much as possible. The pose resembles a person sitting on an imaginary chair.
5. Maintain the pose for up to 30 seconds with voluntary breathing.
6. Inhale, straightening your legs, lower your arms and take Tadasana.
The muscles of almost the entire body are toned in this asana, especially the muscles of the legs. The stiffness in the shoulders disappears, the chest unfolds, the back is strengthened. Blood circulation is restored.
Text: From the book of Ar Eddar “The Beginning of Hatha Yoga”