Matsya Kridasana is a posture that relaxes the body, its practitioner gets rest instead of physical exhaustion. The practitioner of Matsya Kridasana should first spread the legs in a straight line and put both palms under the head by holding the fingers together. The left knee should be extended towards your ribs, with the left foot bent to the side, and the left knee attached to the ground. After this, the arms should be turned to the left and the left elbow should be placed on the right thigh. The right side of the head should be placed on the folded part of your right hand. The person applying this posture looks like a fluttering fish. In this posture, one should be careful that before practicing, smooth and normal breathing is practiced in a steady state. It should also be practiced by bending the left leg to the side and trapping the left leg.
One can also sleep in this asana. While practicing this asana, the mind should concentrate on the movement of the breath. The biggest benefit of practicing this asana is that it removes excess fat from the waist and spreads it throughout the body.
(Matsyakridasana) stretches the intestines and regulates the dynamics and functioning within it. By practicing this asana, the body gets a lot of relaxation, it ends constipation. Matsya kridasana relaxes sciatica pain by relaxing the nerves of the foot. Matsya Kridasana Practice is helpful for pregnant women in the 3 to 4 months of pregnancy.