Corpse Pose (Shavasana)

Shava – Corpse; Asana – Pose

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The asana is pronounced as Shuh-vah-sana

This pose gets its name from the recumbent posture of a dead body. It is a position of rest and relaxation, and is usually practiced towards the end of a yoga session – a session that typically begins with activity and ends in rest; a space or pause when deep healing can take place.

Curl up your body in the shape of a bridge with this posture. A good workout that strengthens your back muscles, provides instant relief to your tired back after a long, hectic day, and also gives an excellent stretch to the chest, neck and spine. Enjoythis posture by learning how to do it 

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