Simple Guide to Yoga Pose of Turtle pose ( Kurmasana)

Turtle Pose is a simple yoga pose that helps to maintain health of your internal body organs. Here is a simple guide how to do this pose. Breathe normally. Start from sitting with legs extended forward. Separate your legs at twice hips width. Bend your knees; slowly lower your torso forward between your legs. Hook your arms under underneath your legs and wrap your hands behind your back at your waistline. Stay in this pose for several breaths and then release your hands to come out from the posture. Extend your legs and relax.

Physically – to increase productivity of kidneys, liver, colon, and stimulate function of lymphatic system.
Mentally – to soothe nervous system, to help relieve insomnia and mild stress.

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    Hello, I read this blog. yes, you truly said turtle pose has maintained the health internal body organs. Its informative blog. Thank you for sharing this important information.

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