This asana is very easy for kids. By doing this asana, the nervous system relaxes. So, make sure to incorporate it into your kids’ routine. To do Pranamsana, first of all, join your palms together and keep the fingers on the fingers and press the hands together. After that close your eyes. Now put your hands in a greeting position and place your hands on your chest. After this, keep the elbows of your hands tight and slowly move them towards your head. Do this regularly.
To do Parvatasana, first sit down and join the fingers of your two hands with each other, i.e. interlocking. Now turn your palms over and keep them at the line of your head and move your hands up. Now take a deep breath. Stay in this position for two minutes. Then while exhaling, lower your hands.
It is very easy to do this asana. Stand tall for this. Now bring your hands close to your thighs and slowly bend your right knee and place it on your left thigh. Now while breathing slowly, raise both hands up. Perform the greeting posture by raising both hands up and continuing to take deep breaths. Now while exhaling, let the body loose and slowly lower the hands. You will find the energy within you.
For Dandasana, lie on your stomach. Then join the legs together. After this, keep the distance between your hands and keep your hands in a straight line with your chest with your elbows bent. After that, inhale slowly inward and while placing the weight of the body on the toes, lift the body with the help of both hands until both hands are completely straight. Now exhale and lift your body slightly above the ground. Then inhale and lift your body up. This way you will feel better with continuous practice. (Disclaimer: The information and information provided in this article is based on general information. Onesumore does not confirm the same. Before implementing this please contact the relevant expert)