Lie down on your back. Stretch your body in a state of alert, your hands on the side of the thighs, palms resting on the ground. As in the case of Halasana, raise your legs slowly while putting pressure on your hands. Start inhaling. Bring your legs to a 45 angle and stay a while in this position. Then bring them at 90 and stay for a few moments. Now raise your waist also and take the legs beyond your head, making them parallel to the ground; exhale while doing so. Lift your hands from the ground, bend the arms from the elbows, put your hands on your back, and raise your legs upward with your elbows resting on the ground and your hands supporting your back. In this position, your chin should burry itself into your chest; your entire body from feet to shoulders should be erect. Breathe in the normal way.
After sufficient practice, one can stay in this position up to ten minutes. While returning from this position, do not give any jerks to the body. Come back as slowly as possible. Remove the support to your hands from the back, make the legs parallel to the ground as before, put the back on the ground, bring your legs at 90 on your waist, take them down slowly, stop them at about 8cm from the ground, open them a little sideways and place them on the ground without any jerk. Relax in Shavasana.
It helps in activating the blood flow towards the neck and head. All our body organs in this region are nourished and strengthened. As the name suggests, it infect gives nourishment and strength to all parts of the body. The disorder of the thyroid, tonsils, neck, lungs and ears are removed. The strength of the brain and the nerves is increased, eye sight is improves, wind is controlled and blood purified. Headaches and jaundice are checked. Through the proper functioning of the thyroid, it improves the functioning of all parts of the body. The circulatory, respiratory and alimentary systems of the body get great strength. It makes the spine elastic and provides youth vigor.