Camel Pose (Ushtrasana or Ustrasana)

Camel Pose is also known as Ushtrasana and Ustrasana. Camel Pose is a back-bending, kneeling yoga pose. While doing this, the body is shaped like a camel, which is why it's called Camel Pose. Typically, the yoga is done towards the end of the yoga class afterward to warm up your spine and body. The pose helps to relieve lower back pain while stretching the front of the body.

Camel Pose

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Sit on your knees, with your legs hip-width apart. Keep your hips over your knees and your thighs perpendicular to the ground.
2 - Push your buttocks slightly out so they are hinging a little and engage your lower belly. Bring your elbows toward each other behind you and open your chest.
3 - Pull your chest up, core engaged, chin tucked, spine long, shoulders back, and hands toward your heels.
4 - Press your heels with your hands and drape your fingers over the soles. Keep lifting through your sternum. 
5 - Bring your feet together, then slowly lift your shoulders. Allow your neck and head to extend backward.
6 - Hold this posture for 4 to 8 breaths. To leave this pose, slowly come back to your knees.

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The Advantages of the Camel Pose

1 - This yoga is good for a back problem, relaxing the mind, blood circulation, the respiratory system, the endocrine system, and the nervous system.
2 - Helps to increase chest size and lung capacity and brings flexibility in the chest, abdomen, and neck. 
3 - Beneficial for asthma patients and helps to reduce fat from the stomach.
4 - Improves your body posture and counteracts the effects of prolonged sitting, kyphosis, and slouching.
5 - It helps to strengthen your back muscles, buttocks, and the back of your thighs.

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