How to do…
Tadasana & Utthita Hastasana in Tadasana
How to do… Mountain Pose / Tadasana?
Tadasana is the most important asana / pose.
The alignment in this pose is the foundation for a good posture in general and it is the base of your entire yoga practice.
Teaches you how to activate your body for proper alignment. It’s a neutrally rotated standing pose.
- Teaches you how to activate your body for proper alignment
- Improves your posture
- Align your spine
- Calms your nervous system
- Promotes awareness
How to do… Extended Mountain Pose / Utthita Hastasana in Tadasana?
Another name for this pose is Urdhva Hastasana / Upward Salute.
It is a variation of Tadasana with arms overhead that gives the body a full stretch and is commonly used in Sun Salutations / Surya Namaskara. It is a Neutrally Rotated Standing Pose.
- Creates space in your chest and lungs allowing freer breath
- Full body stretch
- Help improve balance
- Helps with correct alignment
- Stretch your shoulder joints and upper back
Please listen to your body closely and do any modifications you need. Use props like blocks, straps, or any other one you may need for a better alignment. Don’t forget to breathe deeply. This information is not a substitute for medical or health advice. Move mindfully!