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All Top 12 Benefits Of Sun Salutation

There are very few exercises which bring the body, mind, and soul together in a happy conjunction. The Sun salutation is one such exercise, which does so with élan. It is also a way to express your gratitude to the Sun God.

Best benefits of Sun Salutation

If you aren’t, then this is the right time to begin, because this set of 12 asanas does incredible things to your mind and body. It is the best way to relax and rejuvenate your body and also help you tide over a hectic day with ease.

  • Pranamasana

Start the Surya Namaskara by standing at the edge of your mat. Keep your feet together, and make sure your weight is equally balanced on both the feet. You must now relax your shoulders and expand your chest. Inhale and lift both your arms up. Then, exhale, and bring your palms in front of your chest in a prayer position.

  • Hasta Uttanasana

Lift your arms up and back, making sure your biceps are close to your ears. Your effort through this pose must be to stretch your whole body, right from the heels to the tips of the fingers.

  • Pada Hastasana

Exhale and bend forward from the waist. You must ensure your spine is erect. As you inhale, bring your hands down on the floor and beside the feet.

  • Ashwa Sanchalanasana

Now, Inhale, and push your Left Leg back, as far as you possibly can. Bend your Right Knee, and place your arms next to your feet. Turn your gaze forward.

  • Parvatasana

Exhale, and lift up your hips and tailbone. Your chest must face downwards to form an inverted.

  • Ashtanga Namaskara

Gently bring your knees down to the floor, and Exhale. Take your hips back, and slide forward, such that your chin and chest rest on the floor. Raise your buttocks slightly. You will notice that the hands, feet, knees, chest, and chin touch the floor. Eight parts in total.

  • Bhujangasana

slide your body forward. Raise your chest up in the Cobra Pose. Your elbows must be bent, and your shoulders must be placed away from the ears. Turn your gaze upwards.

  • Parvatasana

Exhale, and lift up your hips and tailbone. Your chest must face downwards to form an inverted

  • Ashwa Sanchalanasana

Inhale, and push your Right Leg back, as far as you possibly can. Bend your Left Knee, and place your arms next to your feet. Turn your gaze forward.

  • Pada Hastasana

Exhale, and bend forward from the waist. You must ensure your spine is erect. As you Inhale, bring your hands down on the floor and beside the feet.

  • Hasta Uttanasana

Inhale, and lift your arms up and back, making sure your biceps are close to your ears. Your effort through this pose must be to stretch your whole body, right from the heels to the tips of the fingers.

  • Pranamasana

Keep your feet together, and make sure your weight is equally balanced on both the feet. You must now relax your shoulders and expand your chest. Inhale and lift both your arms up. Then, exhale and bring your palms in front of your chest in a prayer position.

 

Updated: October 4, 2017 — 3:46 pm

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