Hanumanasana Yoga Description:
Hanumanasana name comes from the Sanskrit words "Hanuman" (meaning monkey) and "asana" (meaning posture). This posture if the muscles of the body are strong and waist in shape and body texture looks very attractive. If you want this you must definitely do this posture.
Hanumanasana is very similar to the Monkey pose. The Monkey pose moves your left leg and move the back and right leg forward and keep your hands forward in the currency of prayer. Today we will give you information about that posture, which is very beneficial for women.
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Steps To Do Hanumanasana (Monkey Pose)Yoga Session:
- To do this yoga, you stand on the ground with a mat.
- Now, Bend your legs with knees and sit down.
- Take the right leg forward and place the right foot next to the left knee.
- Place both the hands on the floor for the supporting your weight.
- From this position, move your left leg and move the back and right leg forward. Try to spread as much as you can to the beginning of the asana. The weight of the body should be supported by both your hands on the floor.
- Spread your legs so that your hawks get from the ground.
- After coming to such a position of asana, Slowly raise your hands to place the palms together close to the chest, as in the Indian greeting position (“Namaste” position). stay in this state for two minutes.
- After this move your left foot forward and take your right foot back.
- You should change position, with both legs, and together with both legs twice.
Health Benefits Of Hanumanasana:
- Hanumanasana improves the blood circulation in the legs and hips.
- Regular practice of this posture remove all sexual ailments and helps women improve the health of the uterus for trouble-free.
- Hanumanasana is good to pose for developing flexibility of the legs muscles.
- It stretches the hamstrings and groin.
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Precautions for Hanumanasana:
- Do this by practicing it under the supervision of a yoga teacher.
- Do not this yoga practice in case you are suffering from any injuries, especially in the hamstring or groin area.
- practicing the pose, go slow and be careful at all times. This means that you should not push your body, beyond its limits of comfort.
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