Padahastasana (Flying Bird Forward Bend)

Stand erect with the feet spread about two feet apart, arms by sides.

Keeping the legs locked at the knees, breathe out and bend forward from the waist so that you are gazing between your legs and at the same time swing the straight arms backwards and upwards.

Stay bent forwards for six seconds then slowly raises the upper body, breathe in.


This posture is excellent for loosening the shoulders and upper back, limbering the spine & toning and firming the arms, hips & legs. It also feeds the facial tissues, scalp with blood and improves circulation, it corrects round shoulders and poor posture.

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