Exercise-118: Garudasana (The eagle pose)

  • Assume a standing position.
  • Raise the right leg and twist it around the left leg.
  • The right thigh should eventually lie in front of the left thigh and the right foot should rest on the calf of the left leg.
  • Now fold the arms and twist the right arm around the left arm until the palms can be placed together to resemble an eagle’s beak.
  • Bend the left leg and lower the body until the right toe touches the floor.
  • Practice for as long as possible without strain.

On a visible point and on balance.

  • Strengthens the muscles, tones the nerves and loosens the joints of the legs.
  • Helps to relieve sciatica and rheumatism in the legs and arms.
  • Eliminates hydrocele and develops balance.



Advantages Of Balancing Asanas

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