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Saturday, 6 July 2019

Amazin benefits of Virabhadrasana (i)yoga pose ( asana ) or warrior pose 1

Virabhadrasana (i) or warrior pose

It a multi profitable yoga pose. Benefits of virabhadrasana (i) or warrior pose is following
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Benefits of warrior pose yoga

  • In this pose the chest is fully expanded and this helps deep breathing.
  • It relieves stiffness in shoulder and back.
  • Tones up the ankles and knee and cures stiffness of the neck.
  • It also reduces fat round the hips.

Precautions for virabhadrasana (i) or warrior pose

All standing poses are strenuous, this pose is particular. It should not be tried by person with a weak heart. Even people who are fairly strong should not stay long in this asana



Steps in virabhadrasana(i) 


1.  Stand in Tadasana.

2.  Raise both arms above the head; streach up and join the palms.

3.  Take a deep inhalation and with a jump spread the legs apart sideways 4 to 4 1/2 feet. 

4. Exhale, turn to the right. Simultaneously turn the right foot 90 degrees to the right and the left foot slightly to the right.  Flex the right knee till the right thigh is parallel to the floor and the right shin perpendicular to the floor, forming a right angle between the right thigh and the right calf. The bent knee should not extend beyond the ankle, but should be in line with the heel. 

5. Stretch out the left leg and tighten at the knee. 

6. The face, chest and right knee should face the same way as the right foot, as illustrated. Throw the head up , stretch the spine from the coccyx and gaze at the joined palms.

7. Hold the pose from 20 seconds to half a minute with normal breathing.

8. Repeat on the left side as in position 4 to 6 , reversing all processes. 

9. Exhale and jump back to Tadasana.


History of virabhadrasana (i) or warrior pose (i)

Dsksa once celebrated a great sacrifice, but he did not invite his daughter Sati nor her husband Siva , the chief of the gods , Sati , howevre , went to the sacrifice , but being greatly humiliated and insulted threw herself into the fire and perished. When Siva heard this he was gravely provoked, tore a hair from his matted locks and threw it to the ground . A powerful hero named Virabhadra rose up and awaited his orders. He was told to lead Siva's army against Daksa and destroy his sacrifice. Virabhadra and his army appeared in the midst of Daksa's assembly like a hurricane and destoyed the sacrifice, routed the other gods an d priests and beheaded Daksa. Siva in grief for Sati withdrew to kailas and plunged into meditation . Sati was born again as Uma in  the house of Himalaya. She strove once more for the love of Siva and ultimately won his heart. The story is told by Kalidasa in his great poem Kumara sambhava ( The Birth of the War-Lord). This asana is dedicated to the powerful hero created by Siva from his matted hair.



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