Intense East Stretch (Purvottanasana)

In Sanskrit, purva means east, uttan means intense stretch, and asana means posture. In yogistic language, the front, a part of the body right from the tips of the toes to the crown of the top, is taken into account in the east. Hence, in Purvottanasana Intense-East Intense stretch posture, or in other words, Upward Plank pose, where the entire front portion of the body is stretched to the utmost in an exceedingly slight back bend. It's simply the alternative facet of the body that is stretched and thus associated with the plank pose.

Intense East Stretch

Beginner’s Tip

Practice with a chair support: Sit close to the front fringe of the seat and wrap your hands around the back edge. Inhale to elevate your pelvis, then extend every leg as you inhale.

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 in a staff pose. Place your hands shoulder width apart, fifteen centimeters (6 inches) behind your back, and point your fingers toward your feet. Inhale, press the handily, and elevate the buttocks, taking the burden of the body onto the hands and feet. Straighten your arms and elevate your hips as high as possible. Straighten the legs and press the toes down toward the ground. Keep your heels and toes pointed inward, and rotate your thighs inward as well.
2 - The arms ought to be perpendicular to the ground whereas the body arches upward. Avoid letting your hips sag downward, still trying down the body, elevate the hips till you can’t see your toes. Then elevate the chest till you can’t see your hips. Gently tilt the top back, trying to see behind you and stretch the chin away. Broaden the chest. Your palms should push the earth away.
3 - Maintain the posture for five to ten slow breaths, then exhale and return to the sitting position.

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The Advantages of Intense East Stretch

1 - It strengthens your wrists, thighs, and shoulders.
2 - Stretches the shoulders, ankles, and chest.
3 - Tone the area of the spine and the Achilles tendons.
4 - The pose will cut back on symptoms of fatigue and depression.
5 - It improves your body's balance.
6 - Helps to scale back rounded shoulders.

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