1. Take Tadasana.
2. Turn your palms outward as much as possible, bringing your shoulder blades and taking your head as far back as possible.
3. Stand, supporting the effort of the muscles of the back, neck and shoulders and providing the greatest tension of the spine. Breathe steady, attention to the back.
4. The time spent in this position is not limited. Vriksasana 3 can be practiced in any free minute, even while walking.
This is a great slouch exercise. It is also used for osteochondrosis of the cervical spine, but in advanced cases you should not strain the muscles very much, it is better to increase the exposure time and perform the pose several times a day.
Text: From the book of Ar Eddar “The Beginning of Hatha Yoga”