Halasana is an excellent pose suitable for beginners, although it may seem difficult at first sight, it is not an asana to be practiced in the first class since it requires some control of the body
Benefits of Halasana
- Calms the brain
- Stimulates the abdominal organs and the thyroid gland
- Stretches the shoulders and spine
- Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause
- Reduces stress and fatigue
- Therapeutic for back pain, headache, infertility, insomnia, sinusitis
Step by Step
- From Savasana, inhale deeply, trying to let go of any tension or stress you may have.
- Bend your legs and rest your feet on the yoga mat. Rest the arms firmly on the sides of the body, palms face down
- Push your hips up and raise your legs, slightly flexed.
- Bring your legs over your torso and head and rest your feet on the mat.
- The supports for this position are the arms (extended or you can interlace the hands), the shoulders and the toes.
- The legs should be well extended and the feet flexed (the toes try to point to your head.
- It is not recommended for people with neck, shoulder or back injuries.
- It is not recommended for people with high blood pressure or blood pressure.
- It is not recommended to women in the first two days of the period or to pregnant women.
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