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Padma Mayurasana (lotus pose in peacock pose)





Begin in padmasana


1. Place the palms to the front after inverting the fingers (fingers are pointing towards the body and wrists are to the front. Fingers are well spread.
2. Shift the weight of the body on the hands by raising padmasana slowly.
3. Keep the torso horizontal.




1. As per peacock pose but balancing is easier.
2. Metabolic process is stimulated.
3. Increase in secretion from different organs.
4. Stimulates elimination of toxins from blood.
5. Removal of skin conditions such as boils.
6. All the digestive organs are massaged. Intestinal peristalsis is stimulated.
7. Treatment of flatulence, constipation, diabetes, sluggishness of liver & kidneys.
8. Endocrine system is balanced.
9. All muscles of the body are strengthened.
10. Toxins and impurities accumulated are burnt.
11. The three doshas are balanced.




High BP, hernia, heart disease, any type of ulcer, physical weakness, pregnancy, weak wrists and arms.