3 Common Sacral Chakra Yoga Poses
Balasana or Child’s Resting Pose, one can achieve a great sense of physical, emotional solace and mental strength by doing this pose. Balasana can be performed after 4 to 6 hours after meal.
Steps to do the Balasana
1, Knee down on the floor
2, Touch your big toes to each other
3, Settle down on the inner thighs.
4, Stretch your arms in the forward direction and place them in front of you.
5, Rest in this position for 30 seconds to 3 minutes
It helps you to release the tension in the chest, back, and shoulders. It also helps in reducing the stress and anxiety.
Parivrtta Trikonasana is one of the best methods to open sacral chakra. It melds two different type of dynamic energies: First, rooting down into the earth with the legs.
Second, sending energy up through the extended arm.
Steps to do Parivrtta Trikonasana
1, Stand on a mat or Floor
2, Draw your lower belly in and up.
3, Lengthen your spine and raise your left arm up.
4, Place left hand on the floor on the outside of your right foot.
5, Now, you can bring your right hand onto your lower sacrum.
6, Turn your head upwards to your left arm.
Strengthen your arm, leg, ankles, and muscles helps in digestion
It is given under the name of Lord of the Dance.
A standing, back-bending asana.
Steps to do Natarajasana
1. LENGTHENING Your THIGHS AND HIP FLEXORS
2. EXPLORING THE SHOULDER MOVEMENT
3. LIFTING ONE LEG OFF THE FLOOR
4. BALANCING the Bodyweight
Strengthens your back muscles and legs.
Stretches the abdomen and thighs.