Excellent for back pain and imsomnia.
(I ask you, who has the most limber vertebral column here?! The yoga devotee on the right is obviously feeling NO back pain and insomnia is a thing of the past!)
Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
This position calms the brain and heals tired legs.
(It is evident to me that the student on the right has achieved total calmness of the brain)
Position stimulates the midrift area and the spinal column.
(Personally, I think the student on the right is very clever to incorporate
a bench in the stimulation of the midrift area
Position that brings the sensation of peace and calm.
(The practitioner on the right is so calm, he can perform this pose right on a city street!)
This position releases the sacrum and low back and opens the hips
(I don't know what a sacrum is, but I think the dude on the right looks very open.)
Excellent for the shoulder area, thorax, legs, and arms.
(Our champ on the right is also getting a nice mud treatment for his cheek as he holds this pose, making the "dolphin" a multi-porpoise exercise! They charge a FORTUNE for mudpack treatments in those swanky spas. Smart!)
Tones the body, and builds flexibility and helps get rid of "stress."
(Who looks the most uptight to you here?)
Position of total relaxation.