'Veerasana' means a
'hero', that is, 'warrior' this exercise suggests courage and boldness.
1. Start this exercise as shown in Fig. 20.0.
2. Sit as in the position of vajarasana (postures
22.0 and 22.1). Slide the feet so that they are kept by the side of the
thighs. The inner side of each calf should touch the outer side of
respective thighs (postures 23.0 and 23.1).
3. Place the hands with clinched hand (Brahma
mudra (as shown in 23.0 front view).
4. Close the eyes and start meditation.
5. Hold in this position for about 2 to 3 minutes with
6. Exhale slowly and come back to the original
1. As rightly suggested it gives enough strength to the
ankles, feet and thighs.
This exercise is most beneficial to the soldiers and
2. It helps to cure pain in the heels.
3. The Brahma mudra posture strengthens the wrist and
4. This exercise provides strength to ;the foot and
hands. It is recommended to ;the persons who are in adventure sports.