Tadasana or standing mountain pose is one the simplest pose that helps to keep good and healthy hair. It activates the entire body and stimulates internal organs. Adding namaskar by taking both hands back in this pose will help to stimulate shoulder and neck muscles and improves circulation to head region. Tadasana in any form improves respiration and digestion.
- From standing, rest your arms loosely by your side
- Find minor core engagement
- Tuck your chin in slightly towards your chest
- Lengthen your spine
- Reach your arms behind you with palms facing each other
- Bend your elbows and reach your fingertips towards one another
- If accessible, keep your shoulders relaxed and broaden your chest as your palms meet behind your back
- Rest your palms together and your pinky fingers against your spinal column
- Look toward the floor if any strain is felt in the neck.
- Practice the pose with the feet hip-distance apart.
- Widen the arms into a cactus position to lessen the stretch in the shoulders.
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Author: Sumana Rao | Posted on: October 28, 2020