Chakki Chalasana is an Indian translation for Mill
Churning exercise. You can learn this asana as below:
- Get in the primary position - Sit down with legs stretched apart.
- Keep the neck and the spinal chord straight.
- Close the eyes.
- Place the hands on the thighs.
- Remain conscious towards the body balance.
- Breathe slow and rhythmic.
- Just contemplate about churning a village flourmill.
- Now open the eyes.
Interlock the fingers of both hands and hold them in straight to your shoulder height.
- Maintain the hand straight and erect.
- Now inhale deep and bend the torso backward.
- Exhale while bending the body forward.
- Move the interlocked hands towards the right to touch the right toe.
- Swing the torso and bring the arms and hands to the left side.
- Touch the left toe while swiveling the torso to the left.
Then lean back as far as possible on the backward swing.
Now slowly come back to the center position.
- This signifies that you are forming a circle with your hand.
- This is the first cycle of exercise.
- Repeat this ten times clockwise and then anticlockwise.
Maintain the hands straight and interlocked during the entire exercise.
Recline in Shavasana pose for a while when the exercise gets over.
- Inhale when you lean back.
- Exhale when you move forward.
- On the breath.
- The body balance.
- Pelvic area.
- Tones up the nerves and pelvic organs.
- Regulates the menstrual cycle.
- Improves the postnatal recuperation.