Sarvangasana, Siddasana and Kukktasana Ayurvedic Exercises

Sarvangasana, Siddasana and Kukktasana Ayurvedic Exercises


Posture: Stand on the back and hold your lower back with two hands. Your head must be on the floor, making your face upwards and both foot and legs be at 90 degrees for 5-8 seconds. Take inspiration and do expiration during this period.

Time: 1-2 minutes

1. Good exercise to entire body.
2. It promotes health, strength and glamour.


Posture: Sit after bending your knees. Make the face, spinal column and neck in straight line. Fold your hands one upon the other and keep it on umbilicus and respire.

Time: 1-2 minutes


1. Meditation.
2. Saints sitting in this pose meditate.


Posture: Keep the two hands in between knees and touch the floor fr 2-3 minutes.

Time: 1-2 minutes.


1. The intestines will be purified
2. The Pelic region be flattened
3. Urogenital diseases will be relieved
4. The kapha doshas will be alleviated


Posture: Sit in dandasana posture on a carpet slowly doing expiration. Bend you left leg and keep below the right thigh, and take inspiration. Once again bend your right thigh. During expiration, keeping your hands in chin mudra and close the eyes for 2 minutes. Do meditation; take inspiration and come back to dandasana posture.

Time: 1-2 minutes


1. It dissolves fat in thighs.
2. It relieves stiffness in knees and foot.
3. It promotes intellect in the mind.
4. It increases circulation in the lumbo-sacral region.


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