This is the ear to pressure pose. First start in halasana or the plough pose. From here bring the right knee by the right ear and the left knee by the left ear so both knees are resting on the ground near the respective ears. Stretch the toes and make sure the heels and toes are joined. Rest the hands on the back of the ribs or you can link them and stretch them arms out away from the body. Stay here breathing easily for about thirty seconds. Then slowly relax out of the pose.
Precaution: Asthma and high blood pressure Pregnancy, Back pain.
Benefits: This asana rests the trunk, heart and legs. The spine is stretched more while bending the knees, and this helps the circulation of blood round the waistline.