Hamsasana Yoga: Hamasana is also called Swan Pose. The meaning of the word "Hamsa" (meaning "Swan") and "Aasana" (meaning Posture). This posture massages and stimulates the abdominal organs and is beneficial for a healthy digestive system.
Hamsasana is very similar to Mayurasana "The Peacock pose". By doing this the body shape looks like a peacock, hence its name is Mayurasan. This seat is carefully done and sitting, In this posture, the full load body is hinged on the hands and the body wavy in the air.
Hamsasana (Swan Pose) Yoga Pose Steps & Benefits:
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Step To Do Hamsasana (Swan) Yoga:
Information Hamsasana (Mayurasana) step by step given below:
- The first step -> Spread a mat on a clean and flat place.
- The second step -> Now places both of your hands in the middle of your knee.
- The third step -> Place the palms flat on the floor with the finger pointing towards the feet.
- The fourth step -> Now attach the elbows of both of your hands to right and right of the center of the pupek, while raising your feet, lifting your feet slowly by giving equal weight on both hands.
- The fifth step -> Now slowly straighten the legs after bending your body towards the front and bending slowly towards the front of the paws and elbows on your hand.
- At last, Now return to normal condition.
Health Benefits Of Hamsasana(Swan) Yoga:->
- Shoulders are strong.
- It improves digestion and clears constipation.
- The gas problem ends.
- The body remains fit.
- many diseases problem to stomach is ended.
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You have to follow some precautions before doing this yoga posture and these limitations are:
- This Yoga should be the empty stomach.
- If you have asthma or high blood pressure problem then don’t do this yoga session.
- Pregnant Women avoids this yoga posture.
- Whenever there is any problem while doing yoga, consult a yoga expert and a doctor.
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