Halasana (Plow pose)

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Halasana is also known as the Plow pose.
The name comes from the Sanskrit words hala meaning “plough” and asana meaning “posture”.
Halasana, the pose is entered from Sarvangasana (shoulder stand), lowering the back slightly for balance, and moving the arms and legs over the head until the outstretched toes touch the ground and the fingertips, in a preparatory variant of the pose. The arms may then be moved to support the back into a more vertical position, giving a second variant pose. Finally, the arms may be stretched out on the ground away from the feet, giving the final pose in the shape of a traditional plough.

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The full Yogic breathing involves all 3 types of sectional breathing discussed before in previous blogs.

1. Take a comfortable sitting position, make sure the head and spine are in one straight line in the centre.
2. Begin slowly by inhaling through the nose, let the air fill your lungs without stopping the movement.
3. Continue to inhale smoothly until your ribcages have expanded sideways.

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Ustrasana (camel pose)

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A Very significant pose for interior stretching and posterior contraction.

How to do:

  • Assume a sitting posture as in kneeling. Keep a comfortable distance between knees.
  • support the body on toes and knees and gradually lean backwards while breathing in, slowly hold your heels ( don’t put pressure on heels).
  • keep your arms straight and push your abdomen and pelvic forward & upward and hang your neck behind.
  • Stay in the posture for a few seconds in Normal breathing.
  • Release the posture while exhaling.
  • Do 2-3 rounds with a pause in between.

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