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Mandukasana is a Sanskrit word, here Manduk means Frog and Asana means pose. Mandukasana is also called Frog Pose. Especially those who have a fresh wound or any kind of operation in the body should not do this asana. And the position of the body in this posture resembles that of Manduk i.e. Frog, so this posture is called Mandukasana.

Here you will be given this information about this posture, please see.

Mandukasana Frog Pose How to Do? Steps, Benefits, And Precautions

1How to Do Mandukasana (Frog Pose)?
2Benefits of Mandukasana Frog Pose
3Special Law of Breath, in Yoga Practice
5Pose Follow Up
6Preliminary Asana
7Know More About Frog Pose

How to Do Mandukasana (Frog Pose)?

Mandukasana (Frog Pose)

1. First sit in the Vajrasana.

2. Then with the fists-folded of both hands, place the front part of the fist on either side of the navel. Now breathe in, hold your breath, close your eyes, and lean forward.

3. Slowly turn the head to the left.

4. Then straighten the head and turn the head to the right again.

5. Now straighten the head again and touch the head with the chest.

6. And now exhale, slowly come up and keep both eyes closed.

7. During practice, you can breathe lightly and exhale.

Benefits of Mandukasana Frog Pose

Mandukasana (Frog Pose)
  • This asana activates the nerves as they get enough blood.
  • And most importantly, it is considered an excellent asana for curing colds.
  • Through this asana all the organs of the head like eyes, ears, throat, head, teeth, etc. get enough blood and all the diseases affecting it are removed.
  • This asana also cures diseases like sinus.
  • Mandukasana is a very good posture, and this asana is beneficial in the pancreas and sugar.
  • By doing Mandukasana, the air of our intestines is transmitted. Those whose stomach is very tight, if they do Mandukasana, their stomach will become soft.
  • Doing Mandukasana is beneficial for women who have menstrual diseases.
  • Doing the posture comfortably with stability provides its benefits.

Special Law of Breath, in Yoga Practice.

Breathing method
  • Once the breath is full, then leave it outside. When you bow forward, you exhale. When you lean back, we breathe in. This is a special law of breath, in yoga practice.


Mandukasana (Frog Pose)
  • But keep in mind that before using any asana and pranayama, take a look at your disease and do the asana only if there is no disease related to it.
  • So who has a hernia, has a heart problem, and has high BP, they forcefully refuse to bend back. Those who have a lot of back pain are forbidden to lean forward.
  • And who has undergone any kind of operation should not do this asana.
  • If there is an ulcer or any erosion in the intestines, then do not do this asana.
  • Those who have got the problem of Protest, do not do this posture.
  • Women should not do this asana during 5 and 6 days of menstruation.
  • Heart patient should also not bend forward, so take care of it.
  • Don’t do this asana who is suffering from backache, ulcer, Knee pain patients, ankle injuries, High blood pressure, Insomnia, and Migraine patient.

Pose Follow Up

follow up pose

It is said in yoga that after doing each asana, the opposite posture must be done.

Preliminary Asana

  • Vajrasana

Know More About Frog Pose

Mandukasana (Frog Pose)
Known AsFrog Pose
AreaInner Thighs, Hips, Core, Muscles
Thing to NeedYoga Mat, Comfortable yoga clothes, Pillow or Padding for support
Time Duration30 to 60 seconds
Best time for AsanaIn the early morning or in evening

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