Tadasana is said to be the fountain from where other yoga asanas have emerged. It is Sankrit word where ‘Tada’ means mountain and ‘asana’ means pose. In most of the standing yoga poses your body or joints emerge and other body parts remain in a neutral position. It’s is not mandatory to be on empty stomach and you can perform this asana at any time of the day. But if you’re looking forward to do other poses make sure you have eaten 4 to 5 hours before and your bowel system must be clean. This is a basic level pose which belongs to Hatha yoga style. When we do this asana, it helps us develop concentration on a particular drishti or focal point. Tadasana engages the uddiyana bandha, jalandhara bandha and mula bandha. Keep reading to know how to do this asana and what their benefits are.
How to do Mountain Pose:
Benefits of Tadasana (Mountain Pose):
Tadasana is simple and easy. Daily 5 minutes of practice can bring a lot of change for the good. Try it to believe it.