Easy Pose or Decent Pose (Sukhasana)

Easy Pose is also known as Decent Pose or Pleasant Pose and Sukhasana. The pose is a simple cross-legged sitting pose. It helps to lengthen the spine and open the hips. It's important that your spine is straight and aligned with your neck and head. Ramana Maharshi, a twentieth-century Jnana Yoga guru, believes it is appropriate for achieving enlightenment.

Easy Pose

Beginner’s Tip

Put the end of the yoga block between the wall and your lower shoulder blades while seated with your back to a wall at a distance somewhat more than the length of the block.

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 - Begin with Staff Pose. Cross your shins while bending and opening out your knees. Each foot should be tucked under the opposing knee as you push your shins in toward your torso.
2 - Your feet should be relaxed so that their outer edges are flat on the ground and their inner arches are positioned directly below the opposing shin. Your feet and pelvis should be separated by a space that feels good to you.
3 - Ensure that your pelvis is neutral and not leaning forward or backward. Stretch your upper torso by lengthening your upper back and extending your tailbone toward the floor. Avoid protruding your lower front ribs or arching your lower back excessively.
4 - Either place your hands on your knees with the palms facing down, or stack them in your lap with the palms facing up.
5 - You can stay in this position for as long as you like, but be sure to switch which legs are crossed so that each leg spends an equal amount of time on top.

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The Advantages of the Easy Pose

1 - It helps to support the hips.
2 - It's helpful to calm your mind and body.
3 - Helps to relax tight shoulders, and it removes the tension in the arms and shoulders.
4 - Stretches the knee and ankle.
5 - Excellent for meditation.

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