‘Taada’ mean a palm tree. With upward stretched arms, the body resembles a palm tree. This asana is also commonly called Taadasana.
How to Do?
Stand straight, keep the feet three to six inches apart, lift the arms up from side or front straight above the head and stand on tip of the toes. Breathe in slowly while moving your arms up and breathe out slowly while bringing them down.
It helps strengthening the spine and increases a person’s height. It helps in cleansing of your digestive system and reduces fat deposition around the abdomen and buttocks.