- Stand up straight—in an upright position—with both feet joined together and arms by your sides, i.e. Saral Tadasan.
- Now, spread your feet about 1-1.5 foot apart.
- Gradually, bring your arms behind the back and interlock the fingers tightly, resting them on your coccyx (tailbone).
- Breathe in (Radhey).
- While breathing out (Krishna), start leaning your body downward in front from the hips; and simultaneously lift up your arms behind the back as higher as possible.
- Keep your legs and arms stretched.
- Raise your head a bit and look forward.
- Be in this pose for 15-20 seconds with deep and even breathing.
- Return to the upright position by lowering your arms smoothly.
- Repeat it around three times.
- Finally, come into Shithil Tadasan and relax.
- On mentally chanting “Radhey Krishna” along with breaths and the bodily movements synchronized with them
- On the stretch of the arms, shoulders, upper back, and the buttocks
- On spontaneously feeling the omnipresence of “Radhey Krishna”
- The whole body gains superb flexibility.
- The chest is flattened and the neck becomes shapely.
- Dwikonasan is considerably helpful for the internal muscles of the upper back and the shoulders.
- People having problems in the shoulder joints should not include this asan in their Yog package.