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Yoga Asanas For Stress Relief - Tadasana Samasthithi - Steady Mountain Pose

    The sternum, which is the location of the anahata or "heart" chakra, is lifted in this posture, which is the beginning point of all standing asanas. 

    • This reduces tension and improves self-confidence, while the final pose's perfect balance enhances attentiveness. 
    • Tadasana means "mountain posture" in Sanskrit, while samasthithi means "upright and stable condition." 


    • Improves improper posture 

    • Strengthens knee joints 

    • Revitalizes the feet and corrects flat feet 

    • Reduces sciatic pain 

    • Prevents haemorrhoids 

    • Improves bladder control 


    If you experience stress-related headaches, a migraine, eye strain, low blood pressure, osteoarthritis of the knees, bulimia, diarrhoea, sleeplessness, or leukorrhoea, do not practice this asana. 

    • If you're having trouble keeping your balance, try doing this asana with your feet approximately 25cm (10in) apart. 


    Any even surfaced wall can be used to assist you in properly aligning your body. 

    • It also makes posture modifications simpler and provides the final stance more solidity. 


    1 Stand on a smooth, flat surface with your bare feet.

    • Keep your toes close together and your heels against the wall. 
    • It may be simpler for beginners to maintain their feet 5cm (2in) apart. 

    2 Stretch your arms out to the sides, palms towards your thighs and fingers pointing to the ground.

    • Stretch your neck upward while maintaining a soft and passive muscular tone. 

    3 Distribute your weight equally between your toes and heels, as well as the inner and outer borders of your feet.

    • Close the back of each knee and tighten the kneecaps.
    • Turn your thighs in front of you.
    • Tighten the muscles in your buttocks.
    • Lift your chest and pull in your lower abdomen. 

    4 Keep your head up and your gaze fixed on the road ahead.

    • Breathe evenly and mindfully.
    • Feel the rush of energy as you experience your body and mind as a unified entity.
    • Hold the position for 30–60 seconds.

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