What is the meaning of Janu Sirsasana?
If you want to understand the literal meaning of Janu Sirsasana yoga, then you must know which language and script this word belongs to, actually, this word is a Sanskrit word which is made up of 3 words “Janu” “Shirsha” and “Asana” in which according to Sanskrit, “Janu“ means knee and “Shirsha” means head and “Asana“ means posture or pose. So let’s know about the benefits of Janu Sirsasana.
Benefits of Janu Sirsasana?
Let us now know in detail about the benefits of Janu Sirsasana and which of our physical problems can be solved by the practice of this asana.
1. Stretches our legs:- As we have already told you that when you practice this asana, a deep and good stretch is generated on the lower muscles of your calves and thighs, due to which the flexibility and strength in those muscles increases and they become healthy.
2. Reduce body fat:- While doing Janu Shirshasan, we bend our back forward, due to which the excess fat stored on our stomach and waist starts reducing and we get away from obesity.
3. Cure back problems:- Problems arising in the back due to sitting all day, such as increased stiffness in the back or any other stomach related problems, these problems can be cured by the practice of this asana.
4. Strengthens our hands:- As we can understand by looking at the picture that our hands are also being used in this asana, then when we hold the toes of our feet with our hands in this posture, there is a pain in our hands due to which our hands Strengthen and increases flexibility in the muscles of our hands, especially in the wrists.
5. Increase flexibility in the spine: If you feel that there is less flexibility in your spine or there is no flexibility or your backbone is hard, you must practice this Janu Shirshasana.
6. Cure aches:- Many people have problems of many physical pains due to sitting and working for a long time, such as shoulder pain, back pain or neck pain, Janu Shirshasan is an effective asana for all these problems.
7. Well blood circulation:- By the practice of this asana, the circulation of blood in many parts of our body and many muscles increases and it does well because we put pressure and strain on those muscles.
8. Improves body posture:- There are many benefits of Janu Shirshasana but along with these benefits it also has an advantage that if the shape of your shoulders has deteriorated or your shoulders have become rounded or the shape of your spine has deteriorated, then there are problems like these. This asana can also be practised and benefits can also be obtained.
9. Increase height:- However, there are many benefits of Janu Sirsasana, but As a result of stretching the muscles of most parts of the body, this asana is considered the best posture in the development of children’s height and physical development.
10. Good for digestion:- By bending the back forward, there is a pull on our stomach, due to which the internal organs of our stomach get activated properly and do their work and we especially get benefit in our digestion and our digestion process improves.