Sarvangasana as its name means Sarva Anga means beneficial and effective practice for all the organs.
How To Do Sarvangasana?
- To practice this, you will lie on your back in your place.
- Join both the legs. The claws will be pulled outwards. Press the hand on the ground.
- Pressing the hands on the ground, raise the feet upwards. And while pressing the hands completely on the ground, you will raise the back.
- Straighten the knees, bring the body just above the shoulders and neck and straighten the legs.
- Bend both the elbows upwards. And will support the back with hands.
- The back will be straightened completely, the legs will be pulled upwards and the whole body will be kept absolutely straight by stopping it.
- Look at the toes. Slowly bend your back. Keep your back on the ground. And slowly bring the feet back to the ground.
- Breathing movements continue as normal during the exercise.
Know More Sarvangasana
- In this practice, all the weight of the body will be felt on the neck above the shoulders and on the back of the neck and will support the hands with the elbows. During the exercise, the breathing rate should continue as normal.
- In the exercise, all the weight of the body should come on the shoulders and behind the neck on the neck. And keeping your elbows on the ground will help in balancing the body with your hands.
- In this posture for about 15 seconds, the body will be kept stable for one to one and a half minutes.
- And it can be practiced two to three times.
- Immediately after Sarvanga Asana, practice Hal Asana, and immediately after Hal Asana, practice Suptavajrasana or Matsyasana.
- Now if we talk about the benefits, then in its practice the flow of blood starts in the opposite direction, as a result of which the action of blood circulation in the upper parts of the body improves. The upper limbs get sufficient amount of blood. As a result of which all these organs are able to do their work easily and naturally by staying energetic, strong, fit, and healthy.
- And its practice for the brain is a particularly beneficial practice.
- Its practice proves to be beneficial practice to increase concentration and also for children.
- It has a positive effect on the nervous system, due to the pressure generated on the throat, the chin touches the larynx. And due to the pressure generated on the throat, its positive effect is also seen in the thyroid gland.
- Shoulders and necks become strong and energetic by their practice.
- Its practice is beneficial and helps to increase concentration, to increase mental and physical stability.
- Its practice is beneficial for diabetes, sugar, diabetes, tuberculosis, asthma, hydrocele, and respiratory system.
- It is also practiced to strengthen and provide energy to the reed bone.
- As a precaution, take care of some things related to the heart, if there is any disease related to the back, neck, shoulders, if there is any disease related to the lungs, dizziness, during pregnancy, if there is a physical weakness or if there is any other serious disease. But do not practice it or practice it after consulting a doctor.