Kurmasana or Tortoise Pose/Turtle Pose
Kurmasana is among a standout amongst the best-seated yoga poses in which the body folds at the abdomen and the arms sneak by the legs. It is prescribed to remain in the posture for 30 to 40 seconds and for about five to 10 breaths. This posture is intended to make internal mindfulness and unwinding.
Generally, Kurmasana is intended to calm the sensory system and shut out diversions, enabling the inward world to turn out to be clear and capable of being heard. This posture opens the entryway to pratyahara, the limit to the internal world. The mind at that point turns out to be tranquil and focused.