To remain energetic, centered, and focused after finishing your yoga practice, stay in úavâsana for at least five minutes at the end of every session, although 10 to 20 minutes would probably be better. If you skip úavâsana, your body doesn't have time to assimilate the effects of asana practice
In Savasana it's essential that the body be placed in a neutral position.
- Make sure your body is arranged as comfortably as possible.
- Start by your toes and move all the way up through your body, consciously releasing each part in turn.
- Release the back of the neck down toward the tailbone.
- Make sure your ears are equidistant from your shoulders. and your shoulder blades are resting evenly.
- Stretch your arms away from the space between the shoulder blades.
- Release your senses: Soften your tongue and let your eyes drop back in your eye sockets.
Imagine your nose softening into your face and your inner ears relaxing.
- Allow the body to relax deeply.
Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression.
Relaxes the body.
Reduces headache, fatigue, and insomnia.
Helps to lower blood pressure.