Manibandha Chakra is an Indian translation for Wrist Joint Rotation pose.
You can learn this asana as below:
Remain in the
or comfortable cross-legged pose.
- Mentally get ready for the exercise.
- Keep the spinal chord and neck straight.
- Stretch forward both the hands to your shoulder level.
- Keep the elbow straight and erect.
Now form a clenched fist with the right hand, placing the thumb inside.
Grasp firmly the wrist joint of right hand with the left palm.
Keep the left thumb on the upper part and the rest four fingers on the lower part.
Now rotate the clenched fist clockwise and then anti clockwise.
- Repeat this ten times with alternate hands.
Later simultaneously rotate both the hands in circular motion without any grip.
- Do not allow the elbows to bend.
- Repeat this also ten times.
Finally get back in the
pose when the exercise is over.
Keep your eyes closed and concentrate on the breathing pattern.
- Relax and place the palms on your knees.
- Breath normally.
- Quite beneficial for gout or arthritis patients.
- Relieve the tension of prolonged writing or typing.
- Useful for a badminton player or a computer worker.