How to Perform Halasana?
Inhale as you raise both legs keeping them together. Keep your hands strong into the ground, exhale and slowly lower both feet to the floor behind your head. If you are unable to bring your toes into the ground lower them as far as possible. Keep your knees straight.
Hold the position and breath gently. Hold your back or keep your hands on the floor
This posture stimulates the spinal nerves and improves blood circulation to the whole body. Also relieves and eliminate indigestion and constipation.
To come out of the pose, place your feet flat on the ground behind the back and gently roll down your body vertebrae by vertebrae. Don’t hold your breath, and slowly with control bring your feet on the ground.
Breath and relax
Benefits from Halasana (The Plough)
Stimulates the spinal nerves and brings an increased blood supply to the region, nourishing many of the essential internal organs.
Improves the blood circulation of the whole body. Releases tension of the cervical upper back and shoulders region.
Massages the internal organs; removes indigestion and constipation
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