Click for more products.
No produts were found.
Blog navigation

Latest posts

Yoga posture of the week: How to do Parvatasana in Swastikasana?

7207 Views 12 Liked

The yoga poses for beginners are Swastikasana. A position that we shared with you last week. If you want to know more information about this yoga posture.

The second posture to follow is Urdhva Baddhanguliyasana, also known as Parvatasana.

As we know the position of Swastikasana is a basic position to start a yoga class. While parvatasana is a stance of stability, fixity and strength.

Benefits Swastikasana posture

  • It gives the feeling of calm and peace in our mind and body.
  • Relax the brain.
  • It allows the back to be stronger and firmer.
  • Eliminates exhaustion, stress and anxiety.
  • Improves the alignment of the body.
  • Helps to lengthen the spine.
  • Stretch the knees and ankles.
  • It brings benefits of a restful sleep.

Precautions of the posture Swastikasana

Avoid performing if you have any hip and knee injuries, or in both cases both are inflamed.

Practice with caution if you have a slipped disc problem. I could use a cushion to make the posture comfortable.

Benefits of Parvatasana posture

  • Strengthens and flexes all the joints of the hands.
  • Improves arthritis in the hands.
  • It helps to correct the posture of the back.

Precautions of the posture Parvatasana

  • It should not be done if you suffer from insomnia, low tension or headache.
  • If you are in period of menstruation or with low back pain, it should be done with the feet slightly separated.

Recommendation:

After performing the posture we can make an aromatic bath, using the essential oil and palo santo soap. This way we will achieve that our body relax even more and the mind gets rid of all the work stress of the week.

Was this blog post helpful to you?

Leave a comment

Menu

Share

Settings