Tone Your Thighs And Legs By Supta Matsyendrasana Pose (Supine Or Lying Down Spinal Twist Pose)

In fast life of today, every one claims to be very busy, hardly any time left for self. Doing yoga exercise need only a small space , where as other need much of money and time.Yoga have significant role in the prevention of diseases and promotion of positive health. In this article we will discuss about the yoga pose “Supta Matsyendrasana Pose” which is very beneficial for legs and thighs and for back pain.It is a great yoga asana to relieve your body from day to day life’s anxieties and alleviates you from back pain.Practicing the Supta Matsyendra on a daily basis can helps reduce back pain by stretching the spine and thigh muscles.This classic yoga can be practiced both by beginners and experts. If you want to keep body moving fluidly throughout your life having strong healthy legs and thighs is a must. This stretching and strengthening exercise provide you toned and strong legs and thighs and you practice this pose daily.

How To Do Supta Matsyendrasana Pose:

Lie down on your back and stretch out your arms.
Bend your knees, keeping your feet flat on the floor.
Exhale and lower your knees to the left side , until your left knee touches the floor.
Turn your head to the right.
Maintain position for 1 minute, return to starting position.
Repeat the steps with the opposite side.
Perform the whole cycle 4 to 6 times on each side.

Benefits Of Supta Matsyendrasana Pose:

This yoga pose helps the waist and hips get into better shape.

This pose relieves constipation by improving bowel movements.

This pose helps tone the legs and Thighs.

Regular practice of this asana can result in weight loss.

The Spinal column gets tones and strengthened.Regular practice of this pose will increase mental and physical strength.

Helps in to make your body more flexible.

It increases endurance capacity.

It provide a decent stretch to your higher back and even strengthens your abdominal muscles.
Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.To reap the benefits of yoga, it is best to practice regularly.

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