Tadasana, Dandasana and Balasana are the assimilation point in between work and action. This is where the ‘worked’ part of the body finds cohesion once again with the whole.
Shavasana is the assimilation of the whole practice. The synthesis of intention and action.
The definition of Assimilation is’ to absorb’. It is in the stillness that the effects of our actions have a chance to be absorbed into the body, this is the INTERGRATION process. It is essential, with out it the practice can be easily lost.
*Shavasana – Corpse pose
Dandasana – Stick pose
Tadasana – Mountain pose
Balasana – Childs Pose