Focus on Vasisthasana - Side Plank Pose

Vasistha means 'most excellent, best, richest'.

Vasisthasana is a challenging pose which promotes balance and strength. Interestingly research has shown it's potential benefits for scoliosis when practiced only on the weaker convex side (the side toward which the spine is curved). 

This arm balance strengthens the shoulders, wrists and arms as well as toning your core. It also improves nervous balance.

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