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Standing on one leg in a yoga pose shows you how important balance is

Standing on one leg has many benefits: preventing Alzheimer's, improving your balance, helping with hemorrhoids, detoxifying your kidneys, sculpting your curves, relieving stress, and more.

Today's yoga instructor's class will give you a detailed explanation of standing on one leg and balancing pose.

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Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana: Balancing on one Leg

Utthita means stretch, Hasta means hand, Padangustha big toe.

Start: Mountain stand

STEP 1

Left hand akimbo, eyes to the tip of the nose or the ground.

STEP 2

Inhale: Bend your right leg, hook your right hand around your big toe, and look at the tip of your nose or the floor.

Exhale: Hold still and look at the tip of your nose or foot.

STEP 3

Inhale: Straighten and raise your right leg, look at your toes, and pause for a few breaths.

Keeping the abdomen in, you can clearly feel the expansion of the pelvis, the expansion of the hip joints, the extension of the whole body up. Lift the right leg, thigh root to sink, can control the correct pelvis, balance the left and right sides of the body. The practice of this asana can be stopped here, practiced for a period of time, and then further into the following practice steps.

Common mistakes:

STEP 4

Exhale: Grab your right heel with both hands and look at the tip of your foot.

Inhale: Straighten your right leg, straighten your spine, and look at your toes.

Easy way:

Similarly, if we cannot extend our thighs well, we should not stretch our calves in a hurry, otherwise the practice of asanas will be more difficult.

Whenever we can not maintain balance in the asana, resulting in the interruption of practice, this time do not rush into a new practice, first adjust the breath, calm the mind. Exhale and start again, slowly and steadily reaching the steps you can master.

STEP 5

Exhale: Place your right leg against your body, look at the tip of your nose, and pause for a few breaths.

This step for most people, more difficult, remember not to compare and imitate, everyone's practice is according to their own physical condition to adjust, I often say, to find their own yoga practice, comparison and imitation are hurting themselves, is to reflect the superiority of others with their own harm.

Yoga practice is only the most suitable for yourself, let yourself feel comfortable in the practice, inner pleasure, satisfaction, this is your own yoga.

STEP 6

Inhale: Extend legs forward, eyes to toes.

Exhale: Lower right leg and return to mountain pose, looking at the tip of the nose or the floor.

STEP 7

Left hand akimbo, eyes to the tip of the nose or the ground.

Inhale: Bend right leg, right index finger, middle finger, thumb hook big toe, look at the tip of nose or ground.

Exhale: Hold still, eyes on toes.

Related knowledge:

As mentioned in the previous article, a healthy body needs to balance the left and right veins. The point here is that if we have not balanced the left and right veins and the toxins in them have not been cleared, then when we attempt to awaken the kundahlini or open the chakras, the subtle toxins will be channelled into the middle or left and right veins. Kundahlini enters the left vein, causing false imagination, distorted emotions, and loss of proper perception of things. When kundahlini enters the right vein, it causes anger, self-righteousness, criticism, selfishness and the belief that only they are spiritual. Such a person, there will be unexplained fever, anger, internal fire exuberant. Want to balance left and right veins, have a careful understanding to left and right veins above all.

The right vein; The 4 meridians dominated by the right vein

The right vein (Pingala, meaning "red one"), which branches from the interglabellar chakra (third eye) and ends in the right nasal cavity (outlet), dominates the right nasal passage. Around the midrib.

The Pusha (meaning "nourisher") branches from the glabella chakra (third eye) and terminates in the right eye (outlet). This vein is very important, it is said that the soul (atman) resides in it during waking states. Meditation, the seeder in the right eye (the beholder), is the primary method of self-realization.

Payasvini (meaning "full of justice") branches from the glabellar chakra (third eye) and ends in the right ear (outlet), which dominates the right eustachian tube.

Yashasvati (meaning "full of glory"), from the bottom of the sea to the umbilical chakra, from which the energy reaches the right foot and the right hand, and then the five toes of the right foot and the five fingers of the right hand. The end point is the big toe and the tip of the thumb. The right palm has tremendous healing energy.

STEP 8

Inhale: Straighten and raise your right leg, look at your toes, and hold a few breaths.

Exhale: Grab your right heel with both hands and look at the tip of your foot.

Inhale: Straighten spine, arm, right leg, look at toes.

Related knowledge:

The quadriceps is one of the most powerful muscles in the body, so here we need the quadriceps to actively lift the leg and extend the knee through the quadriceps.

STEP 9

Exhale: Place your right leg against your body, look at the tip of your nose, and pause for a few breaths.

The end of the

Inhale: Straighten spine, arm, right leg, look at toes.

Exhale: Return to Mountain pose.

There are several postures to strengthen and balance the throat chakras: lion, cervical, shoulder, plough, fish, bow, and sit-stand forward bends.

Efficacy:

Strengthen leg muscles, balance the body to make people more balanced and stable.

Build confidence, endurance, control.

Flexible hip joint.