UPWARD FORWARD FOLD POSE
Firstly begin with the Mountain Pose or the Tadasana.
Once in the mountain pose, bend forward at your hips as you slowly exhale and let your hands move down to touch the ground.
Slowly inhale and rise up to let only your fingertips touch the ground while your back remains parallel to the ground.
Arch your spine a little and open up the chest to allow the sternum to reach the floor.
Let your back stay flat and your legs remain straight as you slowly inhale to gaze to the ceiling.
Continue to breathe slowly for 1-4 breaths before you get back to normal position.
Upward forward fold lengthens and aligns the spinal column, and stimulates the nervous system.
This posture opens the chest and stretches the backs of the legs and the back muscles.