How to do Anjaneyasana Steps?

Low Lunge  or Anjaneyasana is a hatha  yoga whose name is derived from hanuman's mother Anjani(Ramayana). This  pose  helps to improve the strength and flexibility in your hips, legs, shoulders, arms, abdomen, back and knees.

Anjaneyasana Steps

Anjaneyasana Steps

  • begin the asana with Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog) and exhale as you put the right foot in front between your hands slowly exhale. Make sure to keep the right knee aligned with the heel.

  • Anjaneyasana Steps

  • Bring your lower knee towards the floor keeping your right leg in the same position.

  • Try to slide the left leg until you feel the muscles stretching in your groin and also feel the front of your left thigh experience a similar stretch.

  • Anjaneyasana Steps

  • The front part of your left foot should face the floor and inhale as lift your body seeming it to be upright.

  • Slowly spread your arms to the sides in such a way that your arms should be perpendicular to the ground.

  • Slowly try lifting your pubic bone towards your belly button and press your tailbone downwards.

  • Push your chest backwards and lift your head upwards .

  • Stretch your fingers towards the ceiling and try to hold the asana for a minute.

  • Slowly bring your hands down to the floor and move your body towards the right thigh.

  • Exhale and start taking your left knee off the ground and come back to the posture mentioned in the first step.

  • Subsequently repeat all the steps with your left leg .

  • Anjaneyasana Steps

    Anjaneyasana Steps Benefits.

  • Stretches your gluteus maximus and your quadtriceps.

  • Tones and strengthens the shoulder and arms muscles.

  • Helps in inducing strength and flexibility in legs , knees and hips.

  • Helps in ensuring proper body posture and maintain bodily balance.

  • Cures digestive orders and simultaneously bolster it.

  • Stimulates reproductive organs.

  • The asana is good for your heart.

  • Highly beneficial for people suffering from sciatica.

  • Cautions

  • People with severe knee injuries should refrain.

  • Menstruating women should do it with caution. Don’t stretch beyond your limits.




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