Ustasana or Ustrasana work subtly, but brilliantly, to improve conditions of the digestive, respiratory, endocrine, lymphatic, skeletal, and circulatory systems. This posture is recommended for people suffering from asthma, bronchitis, diabetes, thyroid and parathyroid disorders, spondylitis, and voice disorders. Doctors may also suggest camel pose to people who have constipation, colitis, dyspepsia, obesity of the thighs or arms, and Genito-urinary disorder of the kidney, urinary bladder, ovaries, testes and prostate. In Sanskrit, “ustra” means camel and “asana” means pose, hence the English name.


1.Bend the neck, chest and back, stretching the hands over the head.
2.Bend backward while exhaling.
3.Place the palms on each heel.
4.Stretch the chest and stomach fully.
5.Remain in this position.
6.While inhaling, come to normal position.

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