One Legged Wheel Pose (Eka Pada Urdhva Dhanurasana)

In Sanskrit, Eka means one, Pada means foot, Urdhva means upward, Dhanur means bow, and Asana means pose. Eka Pada, Urdhva Dhanurasana helps boost energy in your body. It's a difficult backbend pose. Having one leg extended helps your body flex and your mind open.

One Legged Wheel 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 - Begin on your back with your feet hip-distance apart, your knees bent, and your shins straight. Point your toes forward. To activate your hamstrings, raise your hips upward, tense your inner thighs, and bring your heels closer to your glutes.
2 - With your fingers pointing either toward your shoulders or slightly outside, extend your arms upward with the palms facing up and bend your elbows to bring them down towards your ears.
3 - Rise upon to crown of your head by descending through your hands and feet. From this position, press down once more to raise your head and straighten your arms.
4 - By moving your feet into position and squeezing your chest into your shoulders, you can shorten the pose.
5 - Balance on one foot that is a little closer to the center, draw the other leg into your chest so that your toes are pointing up, and then lift your leg straight up.

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The Advantages of the One-Legged Wheel Pose

1 - Increase feelings of self-love and compassion in your body.
2 - Energize every body and mind in your body.
3 - The pose will increase spinal flexibility in your body.
4 - Soothes anxiety and depression in your body.
5 - Promotes body calm and serenity.
6 - It will increase mental alertness in your body.
7 - It improves your body's balance.

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