MATSYENDRASANA (SPINE TWIST-FULL POSE)
People who are practicing semi-Matsendrasana for some time are ready to take this full posture. The full pose is a little more difficult than the half pose. The late Sri Madhavadasji a famous yogi Yogi, Maharaj of Malsar (Gujarat) used to teach his students This Asana derives its name from the Rishi Matsyendra.
Sit up and raise the legs. For the right leg on the left leg forcibly with both your hands and fix the heel of the left foot at the navel. Let the right leg touch Place your left knee on the left side of your left knee and press the left hand the knee to the left side. Get hold of the right toe with the fingers (thumb, index and middle fingers) Left hand should be right leg firm. Turn right hand back and catch hold of the left heel. The face and body are turned back towards the right side. Fold the spinal cord. Gently gaze at the tip of the nose, hold the posture for 20 seconds You can keep it for 2 or 3 minutes also by gradual practice. Repeat the process several times. The technique seems difficult. If you pay careful attention and think with concentration, then it is very clear and easy. Or see once when your friend does this Asana.
The practice of both turning to the right and left After this, the maximum benefit of the asana will be obtained. First do the half pose for 2 or 3 weeks and then attempt this. Then Muscles and joints will be more elastic and flexible if you find it difficult to maintain your balance, instead of turning your hand towards the back, you can keep the palm on the ground. This will give you better support, and matters will be made easier. Slowly you can take hands away and turn backwards.
Profit derived from half the currency will be achieved to a great extent in this full currency.The synovial fluid of the joints increases and the joints become very active. All adhesions of joints due to arthritis are removed. It provides beautiful health. It augments the Prana Sakti (vigour and vitality) and consequently removes innumerable diseases. The heel pressure on the navel gives blood towards the back, which nourishes all the nerves of the back, particularly the Prana Nadis of the back. It awakens the Kundalini and brings peace of mind. Hail! Jai Ho! Yogi Matsyadar introduced this posture among the first Yogi students for the first time. Om Namah Parama Rishibhyah-Prostrations to the Rishis!