Astavakrasana/ Eight Angle Pose
- Steps 1
Now, bend one leg, place the foot as high as possible on the opposite thigh to begin with
- Steps 2
Now, gently stretch the leg upwards so the foot faces the roof, place your elbow below it
- Steps 3
Then press your palms firmly on ground
- Steps 4
Join the opposite leg to the leg that's in the air
- Steps 5
Place your weight on the palms, pick up your body and stretch both the legs to the side
- Steps 6
Once you do this, look in the front
- Steps 7
Keep breathing normally
- Steps 8
Hold for as long as easily possible
- Steps 9
Release and return to the starting position
- Steps 10
And that's how you do Astavakrasana
- Steps 11
Precautions: Those with an injury to the shoulders, arms, wrists, neck, hips, knees, lower back, ankles, feet and pelvis should avoid this asana.
This asana develops nervous control, Strengthens the wrists, leg, arm muscles and the abdominal muscles. Let's look at how it's done: Sit with both the legs outstretched. This is the starting position.
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