Garudasana(Eagle Pose):How to do and what the benefits
How to do Garudasana
- Stand on Tadasana
- Bend your knees and raise your left leg and bend your right leg.
- Note that the right leg is on the ground and the left thigh is on the right, I must have the left toe on the ground.
- Bring your hands in front and parallel.
- Cross your right hand over your left hand and rotate your elbow at a 90 degree angle from the ground. Note that the back of the hands is towards the other.
- Turn your hands slowly so that your palms are facing each other.
- Lift your palms together by pressing your palms together.
- Keep your vision steady and stay in this position and keep breathing and stay away.
- Slowly move your hands forward and get closer to you.
- Slowly place the left foot on the ground and the tadasana comes back.
- It extends the waist, thighs, shoulders and upper back.
- Increases the balance of the body.
- Strengthen your leg muscles.
- It reduces sciatica and is beneficial in rheumatoid arthritis.
- Make waist and legs more flexible
If there is an injury to the knee, ankle or elbow, then the child with this asana.