Tadasana derives its name from Sanskrit word "Tada" meaning a 'palm tree'. In this asana body looks like a palm tree. It is also known as mountain pose. Regular practice of this asana increases height and improves our posture.
Stand erect on the floor. Legs, waist and neck all should be in a
straight line. Your weight should be evenly spread on the feet. Keep both the feet together, toes should be well aligned. Hands on the side of the body palms facing the thighs.
Lie down in supine position. Hands by the side of body, palms facing downwards. Legs, waist and neck all should be in a straight line.
Repeat this asana four times. Try to increase the duration you can stay in this asana position.
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