Yoga For Computer Users The Triangle

Yoga for Computer Users: the​ Triangle

Stand with your back against the​ wall. Place your feet two or three feet apart. Keeping feet firmly on​ the​ floor,​ and weight balanced on​ heels and toes,​ stretch your body up,​ pressing shoulders back and allowing arms to​ ​ hang at your sides (Fig. 1). Inhale.

Exhale and slowly bend from waist,​ sliding your right hand down the​ right side as far as it ​ will go. Shoulders should press back and hips should remain level,​ pointing forward. Head should be turned to​ ​ the​ side,​ so that it's at a ​ right angle to​ ​ the​ body. Hold posture for 10 slow counts,​ inhale and come up to​ ​ starting position. Exhale and repeat on​ left. Inhale and come up to​ ​ starting position.

Exhale and rest a ​ moment. Inhale and slowly raise arms to​ ​ shoulder level,​ palms down. At the​ same time,​ point the​ right foot to​ ​ the​ right at a ​ 90-degree angle while keeping the​ left foot turned in​ ​ slightly. Exhale and bend to​ ​ the​ right,​ sliding hand down to​ ​ ankle or foot. if ​ possible,​ touch the​ ground behind foot. Pull hip square against wall with left hand and turn head to​ ​ look up.

Inhale and raise left arm straight up over head so that arms are in​ ​ a ​ straight line. Keep hips and torso against the​ wall as both arms stretch,​ one down and one up,​ touching the​ wall. Hold posture with smooth,​ even breathing for a ​ slow count of ​ 10. Inhale,​ come up and repeat on​ left.

Benefits: Trikonasana helps produce excellent spinal flexibility. it ​ stretches the​ legs,​ back and neck and helps to​ ​ loosen up the​ hips and make them strong and flexible. it ​ is​ ​ also,​ to​ ​ some extent,​ a ​ balance posture; in​ ​ yoga,​ it ​ is​ ​ believed that the​ skill developed in​ ​ physical balance has a ​ profound effect on​ the​ mind,​ quieting unruly emotions and creating calm. it ​ is​ ​ one of ​ the​ best postures for slimming the​ waist,​ hips,​ arms and legs. Remember to​ ​ breathe deeply in​ ​ when stretching up and breathe deeply out when bending the​ body downward.

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