Diamond Pose (Vajrasana)

Diamond Pose is also called Vajrasana. Diamond Pose is the simplest of all the yoga poses, which can be done after lunch or dinner as well. If you want to practice breathing exercises and meditation, this is the pose to be in. If you are suffering from joint pain, avoid this pose. Those who suffer from gas problems can do this 10 to 15 minutes after lunch or dinner to help improve their health. Yoga relieves your stomach problems and helps to strengthen your spine.

Diamond Pose

Beginner’s Tips

To ensure that your mind is at rest and that you have access to fresh air for the breathing practices associated with the Diamond Pose, it is best to perform the pose in a setting that is quiet and open.

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 - Kneel on your yoga mat and bring your knees close together, keeping your feet slightly apart.
2 - Sit back between your calves and keep your feet as close to your buttocks as possible.
3 - Keep your back straight and stretch your arms and bring your palms to your knees.
4 - Maintain the posture for 2 to 3 minutes.

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The Advantages of the Diamond Pose

1 - This yoga pose calms your mind and brings stability in your life. It also cures constipation, stomach disorders, and acidity.
2 - The pose acts as a painkiller for arthritis patients.
3 - Assist in increasing blood circulation in your body.
4 - This pose is beneficial for your back pain.
5 - Yoga increases metabolism and improves body posture.

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