– Lie on your back with arms alongside.
– Raise legs an in Sarvangasan (you may take help of your hands on the hips) and then lower them overhead, knees straight, ankles stretched, toes pointed and touching the ground.
– Your arms stay on ground as in the beginning and palms on the ground.
– Your posture should resemble the shape of a plough.
Makes the spine flexible, creates energy, and blood of the muscles of the back. Aids the functioning of the thyroid and thymus glands thus helping retain the individual’s youthful physical characteristics for a longer period.