Starting Position:

on the whole body

normal breathing

1–3 times

Come into Bakasana. >With full concentration slowly raise the legs up and at the same time straighten the arms. The back and legs form a straight line. Tilt the head back and direct the gaze towards the floor. >Hold this position breathing normally. >Step by step slowly return to the starting position.

  • Initially, practice the Asana three times holding each repetition briefly. After practicing this way for some time begin to extend the practice by holding the posture for a few minutes with normal breathing.

When balance can be maintained well, bring the legs into Lotus position.

Strengthens the arm, shoulder, neck, abdominal and back muscles. Beneficial for the entire circulatory system and all organs within the abdomen and pelvis. Improves balance and concentration.

This Asana should not be performed if there are problems with the wrists, elbows or shoulder joints, or with high blood pressure.