Tribhuja Asana


TRIBHUJA ASANA


This asana can be done in two ways by sitting and standing-

    This asana is done in standing position. First, stand straight for the practice of this asana. Now make a distance (2 to 2.5 ft) between the legs and extend both the legs. After that, keep your right leg straight and raise right hand straighFirst technique:

          This asana is done in standing position. First, stand straight for the practice of this asana. Now make a distance (2 to 2.5 ft) between the legs and extend both the legs. After that, keep your right leg straight and raise right hand straight upward in the line of the shoulder by touching to the ear and bend your left leg from the knee and try to touch the left toe with the help of fingers of the left hand by bending the body on the left side slowly. Take breath slowly and stay in this position for 2-3 minutes and return into normal position. Repeat this activity by changing the legs. This asana should be done 3 to 4 times by changing the legs. Keep one thing in the brain that the palm of the hand which has been kept up should be forward.

  The practice of this asana should be done in sitting position instead of standing position. Sit on the floor and extend your right leg forward in this asana. Keep your right leg straight and stretched and bend your left leg from the kneeSecond technique:

          The practice of this asana should be done in sitting position instead of standing position. Sit on the floor and extend your right leg forward in this asana. Keep your right leg straight and stretched and bend your left leg from the knee and keep near the hip. Now extend both the hands and bend your head and chest forward and hold or touch the right tiptoes with right hand and left tiptoes with the left hand. Breathing activity should be kept normal in this position. Stay in this position for sometime and return into normal position. Repeat this activity by changing the legs. Thus, this asana should be done by changing the legs.

Benefits:

          There is much effect of this asana on the spinal cord and lower part of the body. This asana is helpful in making the spinal cord strong and body flexible. It makes the digestive system strong and increases appetite. It is also useful to end lameness caused by injury in the bones of the hips and upper thighs (nerves or calves). The practice of this asana makes the blood circulation fast and increases energy in the body. This asana is useful in increasing working capacity.