Staff pose (dandasana)

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Staff pose (dandasana)

Staff pose (dandasana)

NOTE: ENGAGE YOUR LEGS MUSCLES AND PULL UP THE KNEE CAPS, SO THAT YOUR HILLS WILL NOT TOUCH THE FLOOR, LEAVING AT LEAST 1 INCH OF SPACE WITH THE MAT! STRETCH YOUR FEET. SO THAT YOUR HILLS POINT OUT. THIS WILL REALIGNED YOUR ENTIRE BONE STRUCTURE OF YOUR LEGS, BONES, AND CARTILAGES AND MUSCLES!

Staff pose (dandasana), is a pose you should add to your practice if you’d like to improve posture. It also strengthens the back muscles and stretches the chest. It doesn’t look very challenging, but you’ll find that once you’re in it, it’s more work than you thought. I mean, how often do we sit up straight like that with our legs out? If you’ve got really tight hamstrings and your legs don’t extent straight, try sitting on a rolled up blanket or a couple books. Also, if you find this really difficult, try sitting against a wall until you can sit comfortably away from it. Feel free to ask question questions below in the comments.

PS- Yoga poses to improve posture, the most frustrating thing I’m asked, and 6 ways to find time for exercise.

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