Lord Of The Dance Pose (Natarajasana)

Lord Of The Dance Pose is also called Natarajasana. This yoga pose is a standing, back-bending, balancing pose. The yoga pose is adapted from the Indian classical dance form of Bharatanatyam. The yoga pose is named after the Hindu god Lord Shiva Nataraja, also known as the King of the Dance. It helps to stretch your shoulders, hips, chest, and inner thighs. 

Lord Of The Dance Pose

Beginner’s Tip

Many newcomers experience cramping in the back of the thigh when lifting the leg. Keep your lifted foot's ankle flexible to prevent it.

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 - Take a mountain pose on your mat and place your weight on your right foot.
2 - Bend your left knee and place your left hand on your left foot.
3 - Reach your right arm up to the sky and bring your knees together to square your hips.
4 - Press your left foot with your hand and push it back and up. When you push your foot forward, lowering your torso and reaching your right arm forward,
5 - Hold for five breaths before repeating on the other side.

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The Advantages of  Lord of the Dance

1 - It helps to assist in losing weight, as you tend to burn calories during practice.
2 -Increase your spine, hamstrings, and shoulder flexibility.
3 - Excellent stress reliever and mind relaxant.
4 - Consistently doing this pose can improve your balance.
5 - Stretch your ankles, thighs, legs, thorax, chest, hips, and abdomen. 

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