This is a mysterious Asana that has many advantages. On the board, spread a thick blanket and practice this Asana on it. Lie completely flat on your stomach. Lift the legs slowly. Vertically lift the trunk, hips, and thighs. With two palms, one on either foot, support the back. The elbows should be resting on the field. Place your head on your stomach (Jalandhara Bandha). Allow the back-shoulder and neck to be as close to the ground as possible. Allowing the body to rock or rock back and forth is not recommended. Maintain a straight leg position. When the Asana is over, put the legs down gently and gracefully, without jerks. The whole weight of the body is placed on the shoulders in this asana. With the guidance and assistance of the elbows, you will really balance on your shoulders.

Concentrate on the Thyroid gland, which is located at the front of the neck in the lower half. Hold your breath for as long as you can comfortably do so, and gently exhale through your nose.

This Asana should be done twice a day, in the morning and evening. Matsyasana should be done right after this (fish-posture). This will alleviate pain in the back of the neck and make Sarvangasana more effective. Stand for two minutes on the Asana and eventually extend the time to half an hour.


For all illnesses, this is a panacea, a cure-all, a sovereign specific. It enhances emotional strength and awakens Kundalini Sakti, as well as brightening the psychic senses and awakening Kundalini Sakti.

It carries a lot of blood to the roots of the spinal nerves. This Asana is responsible for nourishing and centralizing the blood in the spinal column. However, these nerve roots may not be able to draw enough blood for this Asana. It maintains the spine's elasticity.

The spine's elasticity is a sign of eternal youth. It motivates you to work harder. It avoids early ossification of the spine (hardening). As a result, you will be able to keep your youth for a long time. It is extremely beneficial in preserving Brahmacharya. It transforms you into an Oordhvaretas, much like Sirshasana. It essentially scans for wet-dreams. It restores potency to those who have lost it. It acts as a blood tonic and purifier. Kundalini is awakened and muscles are toned. The spinal column is softened and elongated. The early ossification of the vertebral bones is prevented by this asana. Ossification refers to the rapid degeneration of bones. Because of early ossification, old age appears soon. The degenerative process causes the bones to become stiff and fragile. Sarvangasana practitioners are nimble, flexible, and full of potential. Back muscles are twisted and extended as they are alternately contracted, compressed, and pulled. As a result of these different activities, they get a healthy supply of blood and are well nourished. This Asana treats myalgia (muscular rheumatism), lumbago, sprains, neuralgia, and other ailments.

The vertebral column softens and stretches like leather. It's bent and folded up like a canvas mat. A man who practices this Asana will never become even somewhat sedentary. He's a two-legged communicating squirrel with two legs. The vertebral column is a crucial organ of the human body. It provides treatment to the whole body. The spinal cord, spinal nerves, and sympathetic function are all included within it. Meru Danda is the name given to the spine in Hatha Yoga. As a result, you must maintain its fitness, power, and elasticity. The abdominal muscles, the rectic muscles, and the thigh muscles are both well toned and nourished.

This Asana treats obesity, corpulence, chronic constipation, Gulma, congestion, and enlargement of the liver and spleen.

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