Eagle Pose (Garudasana)

The eagle pose is a standing balancing pose, and it may look like a lot of twisting and turning exercises, but it is not that hard to perform. Regular practice of this yoga pose can help to reduce extra fat in the thighs and arms. The eagle pose is achieved by crossing your arms twice at the elbow and wrist, and then interlacing or pressing your palms together.

Eagle 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 - Stand in Mountain Pose, feet slightly apart beneath your sitting bones.
2 - Keep your hands on your hips and press your pelvis with your hands folded. Keep yourself down. Lift your head up through the crown of your head and lengthen your spine.
3 - Bend your knees, then lift your right foot and wrap your right thigh over your left leg. Hold your right foot behind your left calf and curl it behind. Remember that you should not feel any strain in either knee, and that your left knee should be facing forward towards you.
4 - Place both arms out in front of you and wrap your left arm over your right. Then cross your left elbow over your right upper arm. Bring your right hand to your face and cross your forearms. Continue to press your palms together and bring your elbows to shoulder height.
5 - Hold the pose for five to eight breaths. To release the pose, come to Tadasana and repeat on the other side.

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The Advantages of the Eagle Pose 

1 - Improves your body balance and relieves stress.
2 - Strengthens your ankles, calves, hips, and thighs.
3 - Helps to improve your concentration and focus of the mind.
4 - Increases hip, leg, and back muscle flexibility.
5 - Improves your digestive system and helps to decrease bowel movement. 

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