Tadasana or mountain pose is one of the basic rugs of yoga. The name Tadasana Yoga is made up of two Sanskrit words. ‘Tad’ which means ‘mountain’ and ‘Asan’ means ‘Mudra’, i.e. this posture means to be in the mountain posture. Although this asana is easy and easy to practice, it has many health benefits.
While performing this asana, you have to be stable on the ground and connect to the earth so that energy can flow in the body. Tadasana yoga posture works effectively to increase the length of your body and stretch the body from legs to arms. Let’s know the benefits of Tadasana (mountain pose) and the method of doing it.
Technique of Mountain Pose:
- Stand upright and keep some distance between the legs.
- Keep both hands close to your body.
- Now take a deep breath, raise both your arms above the head and tie your fingers together.
- Keep hands straight and stretch.
- Stand on your toes while raising your heel.
- During this time, your body should feel stretched from feet to fingers of hands.
- Stay in this position for 10 seconds and keep breathing.
- Now exhale and come to your initial state.
- Repeat this asana 10 times.
- Benefits of Mountain Pose
Any person who practices Tadasana regularly and correctly, can get the following benefits:
1. Relieving Back Pain:
If you have back pain, then this asana is very beneficial for you. Practicing it properly can help reduce the problem of back pain. When you lift the body upward while practicing this asana, stretching provides relief from back pain.
2. Improves Posture:
If your lifestyle is very sluggish or sedentary, then you should do this asana everyday as it improves the posture which is spoiled by sitting or lying down for a long time. The practice of tadasana improves the posture of your spine. When you practice this asana regularly, you will notice that you are already standing steadily and your posture has improved.
3. Help increase length:
If you start practicing this asana soon, it can help you increase the length. If it is too late for you, then you can ask your children to start practicing Tadasana.
4. Increases mental awareness:
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In yoga, there is not only movement but also meditation. This asana helps you to connect with your consciousness and increases mental awareness. You will feel more alert, calm and composed by practicing it. Also it is effective in improving concentration.
5. Knee Pain Relief:
If you are suffering from knee pain then you should practice this asana. But remember, for this you have to practice by keeping your feet on the ground and do not stand on the toes.
6. Help balance:
This asana helps in maintaining the balance of the body because in this you have to balance the body by standing on your toes. Its practice also increases flexibility.
Doing Tadasana Yoga provides many benefits and people of any age can practice it at any time. Although its practice is mostly safe for everyone, but people with some health problems should be cautious while practicing this asana. People who have low blood pressure should not do this asana. However, if you are pregnant, then practice this yoga asana according to the instructions of a trainer.