- Stand in Mountain Pose (Tadasana). Ground your feet.
- INHALE- Raise both arms overhead , palms facing each other /join the palms together. Stretch the spine upwards.
- EXHALE- Bend to the right side from your waist.
- Do not bend forward or backward or twist the trunk.
- Gaze forward at a non-moving point. Continue normal breathing.
- INHALE- Slowly come back to center in an upright position.
- EXHALE- Release the arms at your side.
- Repeat on the other side.
- Improve digestive function and relieve constipation.
- Aids in correcting misalignment in scoliosis.
- Improve balance.
- Stretch and contract trunk muscles and oblique muscles.
- Good to relieve muscle fatigue among office workers, computer personnel, and students.
- Enhance Mooladhara and Manipura chakra
- Raise one hand up, and one hand next to the thigh.
- Interlock the fingers and turn the palms out overhead.
- While inhaling, elongate the spine upwards to allow more space between the vertebrate.
- Squeeze the shoulder blades together to lift the chest.
- Keep breathing at the thoracic region.
- Engage the back muscles to keep the spine in neutral position.