Also known as easy posture, this is often used to substitute Padmasana (lotus posture) in a range of postures.
Dandasana (staff pose) with your legs stretched out in front of you. Bring your legs inwards, crossing the ankles. Start with your left leg and then your right leg.
Allow the knees to separate, crossing your shins and sliding your feet under your opposite knee or thigh.
Maintain a comfortable gap between your feet and your pelvis.
Begin to find balance over your pelvis.
Legthen the spine lifting through the top of the head, and tipping the pelvis slightly forward to prevent the spine from founding spine.
Use the thigh muscles to bring the knees towards the ground
Take a deep exhale, and relax your shoulders, rolling them down and away from the ears.
Relax and close the eyes.
Rest your hands on your knees.
Relax your facial muscles, your jaw, and the nostrils. Remove thr tongue from the top of your mouth.
Breath slowly through your nostrils for as long as it is comfortable watching the rhythm of the breath.
To exit the posture, straighten your legs and shake out the knees.
Repeat crossing the legs the opposite way for the same length of time.
You may find it more comfortable (and better posture) if you sit on a folded blanket.
Open your hips.
Strengthens your back.
Relieves physical and mental exhaustion and tiredness.
Lengthens your spine.
Stretches the knees and ankles
Calms the mind.
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