Introduction: Tada Asana – The Mountain Pose
The meaning of the Sanskrit word tada signifies mountain. The other name of this asana is the samasthiti asana. The meaning of the word Sama means unchanged, balance, and sthiti stands for standing upright or unwaveringly, abiding, so samasthiti implies standing firmly without moving.
It is pronounced as ta-dah-sa-na. Tada asana
Benefits of Tada Asana- The Mountain Pose
Many problems arises due to bad body posture, due to stiffness in the back, your spine is not able to be properly coordinated this result into an unbalance in the body. As this unbalance goes addicted several forms of troubles develop in the organs, secretory organ and systema nervosum. The most significant and primary benefit of Tadasana are as like abdominal and legs region are strengthen, provide flexibility to knees, hip and ankles, daily practiced of this asana strengthen the systema nervosum(Nervous system) of the body , improve body structure, develop confidence, makes your spinal cord smooth, helps in increasing height of the body, relieve from sciatica, helps in excretion procedure ,breathing procedure, digestion procedure, enables the inner organs to run with efficiency. Tadasana should be followed under supervision because the unreasonable practice session of the Tadasana yoga posture may arise the problem of low blood pressure, insomnia and headaches.
Steps for Tada Asana -The Mountain Pose
- Firstly stand straight on your both feet impacting from the heel to the great toe.
- Keep your back bone or spine straight and place your arms at your side such that palms are facing inward direction toward the body.
- Slenderly stiffen or deform the muscles in the knees, thighs, abdomen and buttocks preserving a steady pose.
- Maintain and balance your body weight equally on both feet.
- Breathe in slowly by your nostrils(nose).
- Slowly lift your buttocks off the legs forming arch in the back and pressuring the stomach frontwards.
- Move your head as back as possible by you.
- Hold the pose and then slowly return to the original posture step by step.