Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff Pose (Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana)

In the Sanskrit language, dwi means two, pada means feet, viparita means reverse, and danda means staff. In alternative words, in English, it's spoken as "2 leglike Inverted Staff Pose." Upward Facing Two Foot Staff Pose increases energy levels in the body and may be included in flow yoga sequences.

Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff Pose

Beginner’s Tips

You can apply a gap to your chest further and get your back ready for this pose by employing a chair. Take a durable chair that incorporates a square, level seat. Then lie back over the seat of the chair so one fringe of the chair seat presses into your back right below the lowest of your shoulder blades. That way, you'll extend your arms straight over your head to catch and bite the ground behind your hanging head along with your fingertips. Keep your legs straight as they continue to extend to anchor you to the chair. Tuck your tailbone in.


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 - Gradually release the leg from One Legged Wheel Pose, slowly bend your elbows, and transfer the top to the ground's edge.
2 - Bend the elbows and support the crown of the top with the inner palms, interlocking the fingers from behind, and place the crown inside these interlocked fingers for added support.
3 - Hold the Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff Pose for five breaths, or more if possible, and wait for the deep stretch in the neck and chest.
4 - This pose opens the congestion at the higher part of the spine with a smart flow of prana and simultaneously transfers a good supply of blood to the brain.
5 - Besides, because the chest and also the diaphragm muscles contract well, the guts get honest support while conjointly functioning well.


The Advantages of the Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff Pose

1 - Strengthens your body's legs.
2 - The pose will increase spinal flexibility.
3 - Relax your shoulders and open your chest.
4 - It soothes the mind.
5 - It strengthens the muscles in the neck, shoulders, back, and thighs.

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