From Makrasana no. II, place your left hand on the ground while the right hand still remains under the chin. Now while breathing in, move roll your entire body including the waist, left knee and the left thigh toward the right hand side.
After having reached to the right hand side all the way up to the ground, give a little pause & exhaling return back to the center. Now, by using your left hand under your chin & keeping your right hand on the ground, move your body to the left hand side. This formulates one round of Makrasana no. III
Repeat 3-5 rounds of this Makrasana on each side, but very gently.
This can de-stress you almost instantaneously. Stretches your neck & abdominal muscles helps to correct bad posture & improve your lung capacity. Improves digestion & fights flatulence, besides invigorating the peristalsis of your bowels.
People who suffer from severe sciatica, cervical spondylitis or have frequent attacks of dizziness must not perform this movement.
Also if you are a person with severe backache (due to lordosis or sway-back) you should be careful while performing this movement. That means if you experience backache during or after performing this exercise please consult a good Yoga Therapist before attempting this exercise.
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