Tadasana (mountain posture) is performed by standing with your feet hip-distance apart, lifting the sternum as you breathe, maintaining an open chest and relaxed shoulders. Imagining you have roots growing from the heel, the big toe and the little toe will help you feel more stable and grounded. The arm, wrist and hand stretches will help release tension and the exercise with the 'Cat's paw" strengthens the back of the hands.


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