Yoga Pose for Day 30 – Psychic Union Pose (Yogamudrasana)

Yogamudra is the practice of mudra while in asana. Psychic Union Pose, as Yogamudra is called in English, regulates flow of psychic energy. It also acts as a channel to communicate the activities of the brain that correspond with outer organs to respective organs.

Psychic Union Pose

Other Benefits of Psychic Union Pose
  • The pose promotes blood flow throughout the body.
  • It boosts lung health.
  • It stimulates nervous system.
  • Neck and back muscles are strengthened.
  • The pose boosts function of abdominal organs.
  • Regular practice of the pose helps to improve focus.
  • It awakens kundalini energy.
  • Assume Lotus Pose.
  • Slide your hands behind your back and hold the right wrist with your left hand.
  • With exhalation, bend forward without raising your buttock and place your forehead on the floor.
  • Hold the pose for 30 seconds. As you advance in practice, increase the duration to two minutes.

Those with severe spine conditions, severe back pain, high blood pressure and hernia should refrain from practicing the pose.

Yoga Pose for Day 31 – Camel Pose (Ustrasana)

‘Ustra’ in Sanskrit means ‘camel’. Camels are called ships of the desert for a reason. Not only they travel from one end of the desert to another, they can easily carry more than a couple of hundred kilograms on their backs while walking. Their lungs are so strong that they are able to comfortably handle such walking. Performing Camel Pose stretches the chest and improves lungs’ elasticity and

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Yoga Pose for Day 29 – Seated Mountain Pose (Parvatasana)

‘Parvata’ in Sanskrit means ‘mountain’. It is believed to have acquired the name as the body resembles the shape of mountain while in the pose. Downward Facing Dog Pose is also called Parvatasana. The spine gets strengthened and stable and the body gets strong with regular practice of Seated Mountain Pose.

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