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Vriksha  Asana - Tree Pose

This asana is the dignified, stable posture of a tree. Unlike most yoga poses, the tree pose requires keep our eyes open in order to keep body balance.

How to do that Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)?

  • Stand tall and straight with arms at the side of the body.
  • Bend your right knee and place your right foot high up on the left thigh. The sole of the foot should get laid and laid near the root of the thigh.
  • Make sure that it is safely left leg straight. Find your balance.
  • Once you are well balanced, you take a deep breath, gracefully raise your arms over your head from the side, and bring your palms together in 'Namaste' mudra (hands-folded position).
  • Look straight ahead, on a distant object. A steady gaze helps maintain a steady balance.
  • Make sure that your spine is certainly just. Your whole body should be stretched like a rubber band stretched. Keep taking in long deep breaths. With each exhalation, relax the body more and more. Is only with the body and the breathing air with a gentle smile on her face.
  • With slow exhale gently bring your hands from the sides. You can easily loosen the right leg.
  • Stand tall and just as you did at the beginning of the entertainment. Repeat this pose with the left leg off the floor on the right thigh.

Beginner's tip

  • Focus the gaze on a tiny low specific purpose, best-known in yoga as a drishte. It is ideally something directly to come which does not move. Commit to standing foot by lifting the Ark and pressing down through the side edge. Check that the weight is distributed across the ball of the big toe, the heel and the ball of the little toe. Draw in the navel of posture and the stability of the core away. Faults include leaning to one side, twisting, pushing a hip flexion or rotation of the knee outward support; looking down and lack of concentration

Benefits of Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)

  • This attitude leaves you in a state of rejuvenation. It stretches the legs, back and arms, and revives them.
  • It brings balance and equilibrium in mind.
  • It improves concentration.
  • This attitude has been found that some cases of sciatica relief.
  • It makes your legs strong, improves balance, and opens the hips.
  • Helps those who suffer from sciatica.
  • deepens the thorax.
  • strengthens the ankles.

Contraindications of Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)

  • Avoid this posture if you migraines
  • sleeping problems
  • low or high blood pressure suffer .
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