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Energizing Your Body Mind: Tadasana (Mountain Pose)

Dear lovely friends, smile greeting let’s go from health happiness program you must have noticed that when we wake up, we often stretch, and in that stretch, lethargy vanishes, and we become energized. Consider this: if you do just 8 to 10 seconds of stretching can remove lethargy, imagine the energy flow within us after practicing Tadasana for just 1 minute.

Tadasana is a simple yet powerful yoga pose that provides energy and strength to both the body and mind. Beneficial for the legs, spine, abdomen, and chest, it leaves the body and mind feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

To perform Tadasana, allocate at least 3 minutes. The pose takes about 30 seconds to enter and another 30 seconds to return. Invest 1 minute in the pose and another minute reflecting on it. Thus, dedicating a minimum of 3 minutes to Tadasana is essential. This pose is advantageous for the legs, spine, abdomen, chest, and even helps with conditions like arthritis in the elbows and fingers.

Tadasana energizes the entire body, from the crown of the head to the tips of the toes. It relieves sacrum, coccyx, and lumbar pain by contracting the hips. The abdominal massage helps in maintaining a firm abdomen. Expanding the chest is beneficial for the lungs and heart. Shoulder and neck stretches, along with wrist and finger movements, are beneficial for conditions like arthritis. Remember to keep your eyes closed during the pose, focusing on your breath and the pose itself. Practice Tadasana for 3 minutes in the morning and 3 minutes in the evening. You can do it anywhere and anytime for a fresh and energetic feel. Make it a daily routine to keep yourself rejuvenated.

Meaning of Tadasana:

Tadasana translates to “standing like a palm tree.” It symbolizes strength and stability, resembling the firmness of a palm tree.

How to Perform Tadasana:

  1. Stand upright, legs together keeping an equal weight between the feet from the ankles to the toes.
  2. Place your hands on your thighs.
  3. Slowly raise both hands upward until they reach shoulder level.
  4. While rotating the shoulders and hands, point the palms towards the sky.
  5. Stretch both hands both side like right hand stretch toward the right hand side and left hand stretch toward the left hand side ,then slowly raise your hand toward the sky and inter lock your finger turn your palm toward the roof,attempting to touch the ceiling.
  6. Contract the hips, pull in the stomach, and expand the chest . Stretch your spine from tail bone to the survical also stretch your shoulder, elbow, wrist and each and every fingers joints.
  7. Keep the body straight from the crown of the head to the tips of the toes.
  8. Maintain this position for at least 1 minute.
  9. Slowly turn your palm back in namaskar Mudra and stretch toward the roof , come back from 100 to 0 (in normal position ).
  10. Keep your hands behind and, holding the left wrist with the right hand, stand comfortably.
  11. Relax the entire body.

Benefits of Tadasana:

  • Provides energy and strength to the body and mind.
  • Beneficial for legs, spine, abdomen, and chest.
  • Gives a feeling of freshness and alertness.
  • Alleviates hip pain.
  • Massages the internal organs of the abdomen.
  • Good for lungs and heart.
  • Beneficial for shoulders, neck, elbows, and each and every joint of fingers.


  • If you experience knee pain or weakness, perform Supt Tadasana.
  • If you have pain in the hips, contract them according to capacity while doing this asana.
  • Don’t lift up your heel while doing Tadasana.


Tadasana is a simple yet powerful yoga pose that offers numerous benefits to the body. Practicing it daily can keep the body energized and healthy. It is recommended to perform Tadasana at least once a day.

Thank you all, and may you have a blessed day filled with the compassion of the Supreme Power God. Kindly support us in sharing this joy with everyone.

Yogacharya Dhakaram
(Founder of Yogapeace Sansthan)
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