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Anjaneyasana (Low Lunge Pose)

Stapes of Anjaneyasana (Low Lunge Pose)

Start the pose by getting into the pose of Adho Mukha Svanasana. When you are completely in the pose, breathe out and keep your right foot in forward direction beside your right hand.

Note that your right knee and your ankle are in parallel line.

Breathe in, and raise your torso; after that lift your arms above your head, in a way that your biceps are touching your ears, and combine your palms and make Namaskar gesture.

Breathe Out. Let your hips relax and forward, specified you are feeling a decent stretch within the frontal region of your leg and therefore the hip flexors.

Keep your tailbone towards the floor. Stretch your lower back as you have interaction your spine. Stretch your arms additional behind so your heart is pushed up. Look behind as you progress into the delicate acrobatic stunt.

Remain in the pose for 15 to 30 seconds. You may also lift up your knee of the back leg off the floor to perform a full Crescent pose.

For releasing the pose, keep your hands back to the floor and get back into the Adho Mukha Svanasana. Repeat the same process with your opposite leg also.

Benefits of Anjaneyasana (Low Lunge Pose)

Anjaneyasana makes the gluteus muscles and the quadriceps more grounded.

It gives the hips and hip flexors a decent extend.

It opens up your shoulders, lungs, and chest.

Low lunge pose causes you enhance your adjust.

Expands your capacity to think and furthermore fabricates center mindfulness.

Low lunge pose fortifies the stomach related and regenerative organs.


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