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YOGA FOR THE MONTHYOGA FOR THE MONTH

Vrikshaasana In Sanskrit and almost all other Indian languages, "Vriksa" means "Tree". In this pose the practitioner holds his body still like a tree. Vrikshaasana is best known for strengthening the hip and knee joints

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Vrikshaasana In Sanskrit and almost all other Indian languages, "Vriksa" means "Tree". In this pose the practitioner holds his body still like a tree. Vrikshaasana is best known for strengthening the hip and knee joints

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Vajraasana


Making the lower legs tight, one should place both the feet on either side of the anus. This is called Vajraasana which brings success to the yogis.

NOTE :This can be considered a meditative posture. While practising it for meditative purposes, one should close his eyes at the final stage.

How to do

  • Sit on the floor with legs extended together, hands by the side of the body, palm resting on the ground, fingers of the hands together pointing forward.
  • Fold the right leg at the knee and place the foot under the right buttock. Sole will remain inside.
  • Similarly, folding the left foot, place it under the left buttock.
  • Hands resting on the respective thighs.
  • Sit erect, gaze in front, close the eyes.
  • While returning to the original position, bend little towards right side, take out your left leg and extend it.
  • Similarly, extend your right leg and return to the original position.
  • Restrictions

    While sitting on the bent feet, the heels should remain out and toes inside. Soles upward. Do not sit on the heels.

    Benefits and Limitations

  • This strengthens thigh muscles and calf muscles.
  • Persons suffering from piles should not practice it.
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