• Phase 10 Mountain Pose
  • MNWeG
  • 15.12.2022
  • English
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Read the fol­lo­wing part of the ar­ti­cle Why Tan­da­sa­na is much more than stan­ding

Part 2: What is your body doing in Tan­da­sa­na?

Un­der­line as fol­lows:
  • verbs - red
  • ad­jec­ti­ves - yel­low
  • ad­verbs - blue

This is what your body is doing in tan­da­sa­na

The spine is in a neu­tral po­si­ti­on. The arms are ex­ten­ded and fully stre­ched down­wards. The hip is in neu­tral po­si­ti­on, knees are slight­ly bent and your an­kles are ro­ta­ting out­wards.

De­spi­te your fee­ling of I am just stan­ding and not doing much, this pose does en­ga­ge your mus­cles when done pro­per­ly. Your core keeps your upper body ex­ten­ding to­wards the sky, while hel­ping to pull your should­ers down­wards. Your lower body grounds with the ar­ches of your feet to sup­port your en­ti­re body.