Corpse Pose

Perhaps the most healing pose of all - Savasana.  A time not just for rest, but for restoration. Rejuvenation. Experience the inner Self. Take time for Savasana.

  1. Lie flat on the back with arms by the sides of your body (about 6 inches away), palm facing up (a thin pillow or folded cloth may be placed behind the head to prevent discomfort).

  2. Move your feet slightly apart to a comfortable position and close the eyes.

  3. Head should be at the center, make sure it doesn’t fall to one side.

  4. Stop any physical movement and try to relax the whole body.

  5. Concentrate on your breath and slowly your body will become relaxed (a good way to do it is to mentally start counting your breath).

  6. Begin to relax every part of the body beginning with the toes and moving up to the head.

  7. Stay in the posture for at least 2 minutes after the entire body is relaxed and breathe deeply.

  1. It develops mind and body awareness.

  2. Helps to reduce nervous and muscular tension.

  3. Helps to reduce the metabolic rate and oxygen consumption.

  4. Helps to reduce blood pressure and heart rate.

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