Head To Knee Pose - Right Pose
Stretching Posture is a great way to observe the differences in the two sides of your body. As you stretch each side you’ll notice different nuances from moment to moment or day to day. You’re in the clear now! Just one more posture and a breathing expercise to go!
Head to knee Pose - Left Pose
How To Do:
1. Make sure to walk your hips back and walk your elbows and spine toward the front mirror 
2. Bend left leg and place left foot touching the perineum.
3. While exhaling, bend forwards so that your palms are ahead of the toes. Catch your right toe with both the hands and bend further so that your forehead touches the right knee. In this position carry out normal breathing, hold as long as you are comfortable.
4. While inhaling come back to resting position.
5. Now, bend right leg and place right foot touching the perineum.
6. While exhaling, bend forwards so that your palms are ahead of the toes. Catch your left toe with both the hands and bend further so that your forehead touches the left knee. In this position carry out normal breathing, hold as long as you are comfortable.
7. While inhaling, come back to resting position.

Tips:
Repeat this asana three times. If your body is not flexible enough, try to touch the respective knee with your hands and gradually you will be able to touch the toes. Do not bend your knees while bending forwards.
Head To Knee Pose - Stright Pose
Benefits:
^ Just like Head to Knee Pose, Stretching posture helps to balance blood sugar levels and 
   the metabolism
^ Improves the flexibility of the sciatic nerve and ankle, knee and hip joints
^ Enhances kidney function
^ Increases circulation to the liver, spleen and pancreas
^ Improves concentration and mental endurance
^ This asana has beneficial effect on sciatic nerve.
^ Makes back bone and back muscles flexible.

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Prof: Koti Madhav Balu Chowdary

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