This posture has been referred to as the fountain of youth because of it's profound restorative effects. This is a pose for un-doing and for observation. It can be a great posture to do at the end of the day for 10-15 minutes with mindful breathing.
- Make sure your buttocks are close into the wall.
- It is good to do this asana on a sticky mat to allow you to tuck your shoulders a little underneath. This action will help open your chest.
- Also lengthen the back of your head away from your shoulders before you begin to relax into the pose.
- Not appropriate for menstruation.