Sanskrit name: Halasana
The yoga pose where one lies on the floor, lifts the legs, and then places them behind the head. The hands sustain the hips or are stretched on the ground, opposite the feet.
Recommendations and precautions:
- Not recommended in case of diarrhea
- The pose should be modified in case of asthma or high blood pressure
- Stretches the spine, shoulders and feet
- Opens the chest and back
- Balances the thyroid
- Stimulates abdominal organs
- Therapeutic posture for sinusitis, infertility and insomnia
Enter the pose and feel your body. Do not allow yourself to think of the past, future or for your mind to wander. Remain here.
Practice the Plow pose during Yogilates classes. Learn more here.