Yoga: The Yoga of the Physical Body.
The Locust Pose.
Lie on the stomach
with the hands under the thighs, palms facing downward.
Stretch the legs
and tense the arms.
Raise the legs
and abdomen as high as possible without bending the legs.
Practise up to
5 times maximum per hatha yoga session.
in the lying-down position.
Retain the breath
inside while raising the legs and abdomen.
returning to the starting position.
the abdomen, lower back, or heart.
- Not to be practised
by sufferers of peptic ulcer, hernia, intestinal tuberculosis or people
with a weak heart.
This asana tones
and adjusts the functioning of the liver and other abdominal organs,
intestines, pancreas, and kidneys.
It is very useful
for relieving and eliminating diseases of the stomach
and bowels, and it stimulates the appetite.
the lower-spine and heart, and tones the sciatic nerves.
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