- This is the snake pose.
- It is a precursor to the low cobra pose.
- Lie flat on your stomach.
- Your legs are stretched behind you and your forehead is on the mat.
- Your palms are on the floor by the chest.
- Now inhale and lift the torso off the floor, lifting the head first. Keep your legs pressed together and engaged.
- Gaze in front while breathing easily for thirty seconds.
- You can also clasp your hands behind your back and pull them backwards.
- Then exhale and lower back down and relax.
- Who suffering from peptic ulcer, hernia, intestinal tuberculosis or hyperthyroidism, heart conditions and high blood pressure should not practice.
- Correct the posture, particularly rounded shoulders.
- Profound strengthening effect on the back muscles.