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8 Poses to Help You Find Balance in Gherandasana

This step-by-step practice leading to Pose Dedicated to the Sage Gheranda will work your body and your brain.

Gherandasana (Pose Dedicated to the Sage Gheranda) is the ultimate version of rubbing your belly and patting your head. One leg is going down, while the other is going up. One arm is lifting, while the other is pressing down. Finding your center in this type of asymmetrical posture is challenging, of course. But practicing it will benefit both your body and your brain.

Want to learn more about prepping for Gherandasana? Check out this story from Sarah Ezrin