Post By: Vishwanath Iyer Published on: December 16, 2016 Reading time: 4 minutes
Halāsana is an advanced āsana. Here, the practitioner takes the legs over the face and stretches as far back as possible. Importantly, since there are many chances of mistakes, this āsana should be learned under supervision.
Sthithi (starting) position: First, lie on the back, hands to the side. Breathe in.
While this exercise is very good for energizing the endocrine system, those with cervical or lumbar spondylosis should avoid this exercise completely.