10+ Janu Sirsasana Chakra. Janu sirsasana is said to help activate and balance the muladhara chakra as it can release any tension held in the legs or lower abdomen. It is a sanskrit word where janu means knee and sirsa means head, and asana means posture.
While relaxing at dandasana, one could place the hands on the floor behind you and bring the lower back, the sacrum inside and throw the neck back to ease the stiffness around the neck, shoulders and the lower back. These yoga poses are meant to help get energy flowing. Chakra awareness anahata chakra / heart.
Rest your right foot sole lightly against your inner left thigh.
10+ Janu Sirsasana Chakra. Be seated in dandasana (staff pose), now separate the legs wide. Sit back toward your heels with your toes together and your knees open. Place a blanket on the floor over your sticky mat. To balance and strengthen your third eye chakra, practice the following yoga poses: