Niralamba Sarvangasana II is the hardest of the Sarvangasana poses. It enables one to extend the spinal vertebrae more than in the other Sarvangasanas and thus helps one to achieve a perfect Salamba Sarvangasana.
- From the previous pose, raise the hands and place the palms on or by the side of the knees. Do not rest the legs on the palms.
- Stay in the pose for a minute. Then move into Salamba Sarvangasana I for some time, slide into Halasana and continue the other Sarvangasana movements one after the other.
Effects of Niralamba Sarvangasana II
By practising these various Sarvangasana movements, the entire body is toned by an increase in the flow of blood and by the elimination of toxin-forming waste matter. These asanas stimulate one like tonics. After convalescing one can practise them for speedier recovery from weakness.
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