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Shalabha Asana

May 08, 2012  by: Mathi  Points: 8   Category: Health  Earning $0.20   Views: 599

Persons who are suffering from intestinal tuberclosis,peptoic ulcer and hernia should not practise this asana.

         

Shalabha Asana



(Locust posture)



Variation one



How to do it?

Lie down on your stomach.

The hands should be on the ground on their respective sides.

Rest the chin on the ground by raising the head a little.

Now inhale slowly and stiffen the whole body.

Having inner retention raise your right leg.

Remain in that posture for a few seconds.

Then exhale and bring down your leg.

Now inhale deeply and raise your left leg and keep it in a raised position with inner retention for a few seconds.

Exhale and bring down your left leg.

Perform this with alternative legs for eight to ten times.

Variation two



Make a full inhalation and by retaining the breath push your palms against the floor and raise both your outstretched legs as high as possible.

Remain in this posture for a few moments and then return to the original position and excel.

How to synchronize your breath ?

Make a full inhalation and by retaining the breath push your palms against the floor and raise both your outstretched legs as high as possible.

Remain in this posture for a few moments and then return to the original position and excel.


What are its benefits?

Tones up the liver and abdominal organs.

stimulates the activities of the intestines,pancreas and kidney.

On what aspects to have auto-suggestions?

On one of the benefits of this asanas.

To whom is it suitable?

Persons who are suffering from intestinal tuberculosis,peptic ulcer and hernia should not practice this asana.




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