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  May 2016
  April 2016

We are suggesting some selected Yog Asanas to rejuvenate your body.

Next in the series is:


'Nat'means 'Dance' and 'Raja' means 'King'. So this pose is called as Nataraja Pose.


  • Strengthens legs, hips, ankles and chest;
  • Helps to reduce weight;
  • Stretches the thighs, groin, and abdominal organs;
  • Improves digestive system;
  • Improves concentration;
  • Releases stress and calms the mind.

Procedure : Stand straight on your yoga mat; arms by your sides. While inhaling bend your right leg backwards and hold your right ankle with your right hand. Try to move your right leg upwards as much as you can. Extend your left arm straight out in front. In the beginning you can take the help of another person. Hold this posture for 20 - 30 seconds and keep breathing normally. Now slowly come back to the starting position. Repeat this procedure with your left leg and then your right leg. Like this you can practice for 3-4 repetitions.

Caution: Those suffering from low blood pressure should not practice Natarajana.


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