1. Sit in Vajrasana and keep your spine and neck straight.
2. Close your eyes gently and inhale raising both the hands above the head.
3. Join the palms in namaskar mudra. Elbows should be straight and hands stretched upwards. Breathing should be slow and deep. Feel the beat of the heart.
4. Return to normal position while exhaling. This asana can be performed three to four times.
Benefits & Precautions:
Parvatasana pulls up all the abdominal, pelvic and side muscles, stretches the spine and ribs. It gives natural massage to the heart and lung muscle and is very useful in relieving the lumber, spinal, shoulder, knee and ankle pains and varicose veins.