Hands to Feet Pose
Padahastasana is a standing forward bending posture where your hands are placed under your feet. When translated from Sanskrit to English, “pada” means foot and “hasta” means the hand. To perform padahastasana, start in a standing position, bend forward and place your hands on the floor. Then lift your toes and place your hands under your feet with your palms facing up. Bend your head toward your legs, eventually placing it between your legs.
Padahastasana is an intensified version of Padangusthasana. The stretch is deeper due to the fact that you’re standing on your hands, rather than grasping your big toes in a yogi toe lock.
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