Poorna Shalabhasana

By on September 13, 2018

EXERCISE-74: Poorna shalabhasana (the full locust pose)

  • Assume the final position of shalabhasana with the legs raised in the air as high as possible.
  • Jerk the legs up and balance on the shoulders, chin and arms.
  • Try to touch the head with the toes.
  • This final pose can be more easily attained by rhythmically swinging the legs up to progressively higher levels until the balance point is reached.
  • Maintain the final pose for a comfortable period of time.
  • Carefully return to the starting position.



Breathing-

  • Retain the breath inside while raising and lowering the body.
  • Breathe normally in the final position.



Limitations-
This difficult form of shalabhasana is only for people who are physically fit with very supple back’s.
Benefits-
This asana provides double benefits of shalabhasana along with many benefits of sirshasana also.

 

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