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Stability and grounding: Easy pose helps create a stable and grounded foundation. By sitting cross-legged on the floor, you engage your core muscles and activate your pelvic floor, which promotes a strong base of support. This stability allows you to sit comfortably for extended periods during meditation or pranayama (breathing exercises). Spinal alignment: When practicing Sukhasana, the spine is naturally elongated and aligned. The upright posture helps to improve the natural curvature of the spine, promoting good posture and reducing the risk of back pain. By sitting with an aligned spine, you create a smooth flow of energy throughout the body. Relaxation and stress relief: Easy Pose encourages relaxation and calmness. As you sit comfortably with a straight spine, the body can relax, and the mind can become more at ease. It helps in reducing stress, anxiety, and mental tension. This pose is often used as a starting point for meditation and mindfulness practices. Openness and flexibility: Sukhasana opens up the hips, fully flexes the knees, and promotes flexibility in the lower body. Regular practice can help improve the range of motion in the hips and knees, making it easier to sit comfortably in other seated poses. It also helps release tension in the groin, thighs, and lower back.






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