Mountain pose – Tadasana
This is the most basic pose, yet its very important to set a steady foundation. This is a great way to start your practice. It is also a great pose to come back to during your practice to focus and turn awareness inwards.
How to do it.
Stand with your feet close together, let your big toes touch and your heels be slightly apart. Feel the weight even between your feet. Bend your knees slightly, draw your lower belly in and straighten your back. Lift your chest up and roll your shoulders away from your ear. Try to draw your shoulder blades slightly together. Lower your cheek towards your chest to make the back of the neck long. Take some deep breaths and connect to your bandhas.
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