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Yoga postures � urdhva dhanurasana I and II (chakrasana)

  1. Urdhva dhanurasana is an excellent stretching exercise for strengthening the back muscles and training the arms and wrists. The kidneys are massaged by the abdominal pressure. Urdhva dhanurasana is also called chakrasana or 'wheel'. It is an advanced yoga posture for those with a strong, limber back. If you do desk work all day, and are more or less bent over, you may well benefit from chakrasana. Like all inverted postures, urdhva dhanurasana is soothing and therefore very suitable if you experience a lot of stress in your life.

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  1. Origin of urdhva dhanurasana I and II or chakrasana (wheel position) Technic Considerations Benefits Health benefits of urdhva dhanurasana (chakrasana) Therapy

Origin of urdhva dhanurasana I and II or chakrasana (wheel position)

  1. Urdhva is a Sanskrit word and means 'up', 'upwards' or 'upwards'. And dhanur means 'bow'. Asana means '(sitting) posture' and forms the third phase of the eightfold yoga path of Patanjali (Yoga Sutras). Another name for this yoga posture is chakrasana

Technology

  1. Chakrasana II is only suitable for advanced hatha yoga practitioners. You do not perform the wheel position in a lying position, but coming from tadasana

Points of attention

  1. This yoga posture is for beginners

Advantages

  1. Urdhva dhanurasana has numerous health benefits. The back becomes more flexible and the spine and pelvis more flexible. This yoga posture also strengthens the muscles of the arms, shoulders, chest, stomach and legs. In addition, chakrasana stimulates lung function and this exercise widens the chest, which increases lung volume. Get medical advice first if you have back problems or if you suffer from diarrhea, heart problems or high blood pressure

Health benefits of urdhva dhanurasana (chakrasana)

  1. According to the yoga manuals, urdhva dhanurasana awakens the prana flows in the heart



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