“Simha” means lion. In this posture, the shape of our body becomes like a lion. And like lions, we roar in this practice. Let’s know about How To Do The Simhasana (Lion Pose)? And Benefits?
How To Do The Simhasana (Lion Pose)?
- For its practice, you will come to the Vajra posture at your place.
- After coming to Vajrasana, keep both the legs together from behind. You will open both knees from the front as much as both knees are comfortable. Just as in Uttanamandukasana, the legs are opened from the front to the knees. In this way, open both knees as easily as possible. Keep the toes together from the back.
- Spread the fingers of both your hands in such a way that you will keep your fingers on your side. And keep the distance equal to the shoulders in both the palms. And in the middle of both thighs, spread the fingers of your hands and keep them in this way.
- The back should be straight. Keep the spine straight from the bottom to the top.
- Keep the body stable in this state for some time. And take some long deep breaths.
- After one to one and a half minutes, he will take a long breath and leave the breath out and roar like a lion from the neck.
- First, we will take a long breath and take out the entire tongue and then produce a sound.
- Do in this way and then slowly come back to the first position, for this, the first two knees will be joined together.
- And then how do we go back to Vajrasana and come to Vajrasana, similarly we will come to Vajrasana.
- I have written an article on how to come to Vajrasana and how to go back, read the article and first get the method and information of Vajrasana. And then after coming to Vajrasana, practice Loin Pose.
- Practice The lion pose normally from 5 to 12 times. Meaning we will roar from 5 to 12 times.
- After the practice is over, the two palms will be rubbed together, in this way with motion, and then lightly massage the neck with the help of hands.
Benefits Of The Simhasana (Lion Pose)
- By its practice, courage, enthusiasm, and energy are well constructed inside the body.
- This practice is beneficial for throat diseases. Such as thyroid, tonsils, sore throat.
- When we roar in a lion pose, the entire stretch of it is produced in the neck muscles. By which this muscle becomes strong. By which this muscle becomes strong. And the circulation of blood is well done in it.
- And our voice becomes melodious and sweet.
- Along with this, this practice is especially beneficial for the throat as well as the ears, teeth, jaws, nose, eyes, and the mind.
Will take care of some things as precautions.
- Do not perform this asana if there is any serious disease related to the knees.
- If there is too much pain in the knees, do not practice it in this way. This can be practiced by sitting in a normal way, in which you can sit in the posture easily.
- And if there is any serious disease related to the throat, do not practice it or do it after consulting the doctor.
- The lion pose can be practiced normally from 5 to 12 times. Meaning we will roar from 5 to 12 times.
- The timing to do the lion pose is 30 seconds to 60 seconds.
|1||English Name||Lion Pose|
|Sanskrit Name||Simhasana, Sinhasana, Singhasan|
|2||Preparatory Poses||Sidhdhasana, Dandasana, Virasana|
|3||Follow Up Poses||Balasana|
|4||Needed for posture||Yoga mat|