Kurmasana or the Tortoise Pose or Turtle pose is so called because the asana looks like a tortoise in the final pose. The name has been derived from a Sanskrit word ‘Kurma’ which means ‘a tortoise’. While performing this, your body resembles the shape of a tortoise, that is why it is named so. This asana is important to the spiritual discipline of Yoga. It develops a feeling of serenity. Well, it is quite difficult to perform, but with the regular practice it becomes easier. Kurmasana tones the entire abdominal muscles, removes belly fat and is good for diabetes.

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  1. Nice explanation. I have a hard time to open to a split, even though I know it's not a full split.

  2. Managed this for the first time last night, at the class I go to. Amazing how relaxing it was when I finally managed it.

    Great video.

  3. Wow!!! What a great asana and Dhivya you are performed it really well. Keep up the good work.

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  5. Amazing video! Thank you so much.
    Could you please do an elaborate video on handstand progression?

  6. could you help telling the aasana for removing leg stiffness bit elaborately. thanks.

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