The Standing Forward Bend stretches all the muscles of your back and is a great release after spending many hours sitting at your desk. The Standing Forward bend also invigorates your nervous system by increasing your blood supply and tones the abdominal organs.
Here's how you do it:
Stand straight with your feet together and your arms alongside your body.
Balance your weight equally on both feet.
Breathing in, extend your arms overhead.
Breathing out, bend forward and down towards your feet.
Stay in the posture for 20-30 seconds and continue to breath deeply.
Keep your legs and spine erect; hands rest either on the floor, beside your feet or on your legs.
On the out breath, move your chest towards your knees; lift your hips and tailbone higher; press your heels down; let your head relax and move it gently towards your feet. Keep breathing deeply.
Breathing in, stretch your arms forward and up, slowly come up to the standing position.Breathing out, bring your arms to your sides.
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