The Sanskrit word Bidala or Marjaria means Cat.Provides a gentle massage to the spine and belly organs.
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To practice the cat Yoga pose you have to begin on your hands and knees.
Now put your hands just in front of your shoulders and your legs apart.
As you start inhaling, incline the tailbone and pelvis upwards and let the spine curve go downward, putting the stomach low, lift your head up. Stretch out smoothly.
As you start the exhaling part, move into the cat pose by reversing the spinal bend, sloping the pelvis down, pulling the spine up and drawing the chest and stomach in.
Replicate the moves several times ensuring smooth flow from dog into cat and cat back into dog posture.
The cat Yoga pose increases flexibility of spine.
Stretches the front torso and neck
Provides a gentle massage to the spine and belly organs.