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Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Tadasana yoga pose | Benefits and steps of Tadasana yoga pose |

Tadasana or mountain pose or samasthiti

Tada mean a mountain. Sama mean uprigh, straight, unmoved. Sthiti is standing still, steadiness. Tadasana therefore implies a pose where one stands firm and erect as a mountain. This is the basic standing pose.
Tadasana yoga pose, benifit of tadasana yoga pose, step of tadasana yoga pose

Benefits of Tadasana yoga pose.

  • It is the art of standing correctly
  • Expels depression and dullness
  • Increase enthusiasm and energy 
  • Improve blood pressure and make blood circulation system healthy
  • Relives pain of body and tension
  • Develop flexibility and strength of body
  • Relieve back pain neck pain
  • Its improve hips mobility
  • Strengthen lower legs and back bones
  • Increase hight 
  • Increase concentration level and alertness
  • Weight loss

Steps of tadasana yoga pose.

Tadasana yoga poses, benifit and steps of tadasana yoga pose

Step(1) stand erect with the feet together, the heels and big toes touching each other. Rest the heads of metatarsal on the floor and strech all the toes flat on the floor.
Step(2) Tighten the knees and pull the knee-caps up contract the hips and pull up the muscles at the back of the thighs.
Step(3) Keep the stomach in, chest forward, spin stretched up and the neck straight.
Step(4) Do not bear the weight of the body either on the heels or the toes, but distribute it evenly on them both.
Step(5) ideally in tadasana the arms are stretched out over the head, but for the sake of convenient, one can place them by the side of the thighs. In this case, keep the arms parallel with the body. The fingers together and pointing downward. Each of the standing poses described below can then be followed easily, straighting with the pupil standing in Tadasana with palms by the side of the thighs.

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