Pashchimottasana (Posterior pose)
 
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Stretch out the legs straightforward, close to each other.
   
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While inhaling, raise both hands.
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Then exhaling bend forward.
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Catch the big toes of the feet by the fingers.
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Then, inhale. While exhaling touch the nose to the right knee.
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While inhaling, keep the spine straight.
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In the same way, inhale, exhale and touch the nose to the left knee.
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Inhale and return to the upright position.
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Then exhale again inhale. While exhaling touch the nose between the knees.
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When retaining each position, breathe normally.
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Do not raise the knees to touch the nose.
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Instead, maintain contact with the ground with the back of the knees.
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Try to bring your nose down with your spine extended and straight.
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To complete the asana, relax your grip on the toes and return to your original upright position.
   
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  One minute to three minutes. Increase the duration order to increase spiritual development.
   
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This asana improves functions of the abdominal organs.
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It makes the spine elastic, reduces fat in the abdomen.
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It provides relief from diabetes, emission, constipation, etc.
   
 
 
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