• While in a squatting position on a yoga mat, maintain equal distance between both the knees and keep the feet flat on the mat. Then place the palms in between the knees and flat on the ground while maintaining the knees and elbows at the same level.
• Bend the torso forward while lifting both the legs up so that the whole body balances solely on the palms. While in this posture, maintain a straight gaze so that the body balances properly.
• Finally to return to the original position, slowly bring the feet down on the ground and go back into a Tadasana posture.
It helps in strengthening the wrists and arms.
It stretches the upper back and increases the flexibility and elasticity of the spine.
It strengthens and tones various muscles and organs in the abdominal region.
It also opens up the groin region.
The sense of balance, concentration, and co-ordination improves by practicing this posture regularly.
You can hold this posture for at least 20 seconds to a minute while breathing normally and repeat it once or twice consecutively.