Standing Seperate Leg Stretching Pose: Dandayamana Bibhaktapada Paschimottanasana

Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose

Relaxation is critical in Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose. This posture not only helps many of your internal organs and may be beneficial to diseases of the nervous system and depression but also increases flexibility in your spine and throughout the legs.

Benefits of Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose

  • Increases circulation to the brain and adrenal glands
  • Cures and prevents sciatica
  • Helps the functioning of most of the internal abdominal organs, especially the small and large intestines
  • Improves the muscle tone and flexibility of thighs and calves, the pelvis, ankles, and hip joints
  • Increases the flexibility of the last five vertebra of the spine
  • Centers the nervous system
  • May be good for depression
  • Good for constipation
  • Helps to reduce abdominal obesity
  • Helps with diabetes and hyperacidity
  • Releases the lower back
  • Exercises the muscular, adrenal, and reproductive systems

Tips for Standing Separate Leg Stretching Pose

  • Take a big step to the right, four feet minimum
  • The wider the stance, the easier the stretch
  • Move your feet closer and closer; the easier it is for you to touch your forehead to the floor between your legs, the smaller your step should be
  • Keep your spine straight as long as possible
  • Once you can grab your ankles, use the strength of your arms to help pull yourself farther downwar

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