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Sarvangasana or Candle Pose

Aug 26, 2011

In this article we will learn how it is executed and the benefits that the asana known as Sarvangasana o Candle Pose. Technique: 1. Lie on your back. Inhale deeply as you raise your legs and spine until your toes point toward the ceiling. 2. Support the body on the hands, which are placed in the center of the spine between the waist and the shoulders. Keep your spine and legs straight. 3. Breathe slowly and deeply into your abdomen and focus on your thyroid gland. In a male, the thyroid gland is located behind the Adam's apple. In women, it is located in the area of ​​the sternal notch, where the neck joins the rest of the body. 4. Stay in this position for as long as you can. You can stay in Sarvangasana for up to 15 minutes, if you wish. Benefits of Sarvangasana: -Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression. -Stretches the shoulders and neck. -Tones the legs and buttocks. -Improves digestion. -Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause. -Reduces fatigue and relieves insomnia. -It is therapeutic for asthma, infertility and sinusitis. -It is achieved that the thyroid gland works at its maximum efficiency. -The nerves are revitalized, the blood is purified and circulation is improved. Try Sarvangasana today and start noticing all these benefits! Here I leave you a video so you can see how the pose is executed correctly. Namaste, Nina

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