Chakrasana or Urdhva Dhanurasana or upward bow wheel pose.


Chakrasana or Urdhva Dhanurasana or upward bow wheel pose.

What's up, guys? today our topic is wheel pose also known as chakrasana or upward bow pose or Urdhva Dhanurasana different names for the same pose. Wheel pose is quite energizing pose requires great stamina determination and regular practice. So as and when you keep practicing this posture regularly you will master it and it's a great energizing pose as you keep practicing regularly.

 So, friends, it comes into an advanced level so whenever we see anything as advanced level that means you need to have a regular practice. So it's a propelled level in reverse augmentation present and an extraordinary chest opener right or you can likewise, say a heart opener companions wellbeing first. So in the event that you have any ceaseless back damage of carpal tunnel syndrome , diarrhea, headache just avoid it okay. If you have any heart problems that are a weak heart or high blood pressure or low circulatory strain please keep away from that posture. 

If conceivable do it under restorative supervision or an accomplished yoga educator, it will be incredible all things considered companions lady's in pregnancy or menstruation should avoid that pose also now before you get into the pose as I told you it's an advanced level backward extension pose. So whenever we say something and in advance, we need to prepare so a warm-up like a Sun Salutation would be great Bhujangasana that is your cobra pose Urdhva mukha svanasana. That is upward confronting canine would be incredible. So dhanurasana that is a bow present Ustarasana that is a camel posture and anything that fundamentally extends your hip flexors would be great.

 So a low lunge would be great as if it's opening the hip flexors. So friends now let's get into the pose. So we start with a lying down position lying down from the sides. Now it's important to check where your feet should be placed. it should be away it should be near now. If you take the heel a little bit more near you can feel the compression on the knee, Some discomfort in the knee. So what I want is to take the legs a little bit more away. If you are comfortable or you can play around a little bit here and there and check the positioning right now from here.

 My shoulders are down I don't squeeze my neck. So I let the shoulder go down and the foundation of the feet. So all the big toe when all these things are properly pressing it the bottom of the feet are pressing on the floor you'll lift it up vertebra by vertebra. So you lift the tailbone up then the lumbar spine than the lower back slowly and steadily. Coming up now from here press your elbow to open the chest now let the palm go back, now some people if they find it difficult they can always use a block and do it. So I place here one then the other lifting it up maintaining it.

 I can press the palms and first keep it on the head on the floor so it gives me a little bit more support. Here and from here I can press the palms and lift the pole and agreed neck and shoulders are relaxed enjoy your pose. Now coming back slowly and relax. You can relax in this position or you can straighten your legs out, what's more, appreciate the represent it's exceptionally stimulating and it likewise feels extravagance inside. It feels magnificent here inhale so companions that were your chakrasana or wheel present on. 

The off chance that you find it difficult. You can always use blocks so keep your palms on the blocks and take it in support of the wall. So in this way, you can keep it and you can do the present in Chakrasana companions that is one of the routes likewise to do a wheel present or chakrasana. So, companions, it's incredible for sadness it animates the thyroid and Pituitary glands.

 It increases energy and counteracts depression. So if you have a mild depression it gives you that great energy. So every time when you do a chakrasana it's a great energetic feeling at the same time great for asthma, back pain, infertility, and osteoporosis, especially with back pain, just go gradual instead of doing a chakrasana. Simply do a scaffold represent that is setubandhasana and gradually and consistently you develop yourself. So, companions, it brings a great deal of blood to the cerebrum. So it's a pleasant reversal additionally. So that was your wheel present or chakrasana. 


  • Stretches the chest and lungs.
  • Reinforces the arms and wrists, legs, hindquarters, midriff, and spine.
  • Stimulates the thyroid and pituitary.
  • Increases energy and counteracts depression.
  • Therapeutic for asthma, back pain, infertility, and osteoporosis.

Beginner's Tip

The knees and feet tend to splay as you lift into this pose, which compresses the lower back. Before all else position, circle and secure a lash around your thighs, simply over the knees, to hold the thighs at hip-width and parallel to one another. To keep the feet from turning out, place a block between them, with the bases of the big toes pressing the ends of the block. As you go up, press the feet into the square.


Perform Urdhva Dhanurasana. Shift your weight onto the left foot and, with an exhalation, bend your right knee and draw it into your torso. At that point breathe in and expand the correct leg at around a 45-degree edge comparative with the floor. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds, breathe out, twist the knee and return the foot to the floor. Rehash with the left leg for a similar period of time.


  • Back injury
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Diarrhea
  • Headache
  • Heart problems
  • High or low blood pressure

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