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Pasasana Yoga:- and which we also call noose pose in English is a very fun yoga because when we do this yoga, that time the shape of our body looks like a hanging noose, this is also one of the reasons why this name the asana is noose pose, so today in this article we will discuss this funny asana in detail, such as its meaning, how this asana is done and Pasasana benefits and finally we will discuss its very important precautions.
What is Pasasana (noose pose)?
Pasasana:- This is a Sanskrit word in which according to Sanskrit and Hindi, “Pasha” means hanging noose and asana means posture. In the practice of this asana, the shape of our body is formed in the same way as someone hanging on that noose. So this was the literal meaning of Pashasana, now let’s know its steps and about Pasasana benefits.
- Agnisar kriya (for stomach problems).
How to do Pasasana (noose pose) its steps?
First, we will know how we can do this asana, after that we will discuss the Pasasana benefits.
1. For the practice of this posture, we will bend our knees and sit on our feet.
2. After sitting, raise your left hand and place it on the right side of the right knee and simultaneously try to turn your body to the right.
3. Now keeping your left elbow on the right leg, you will bend it to the left.
4. Now moving your right hand from right side to back, you will take it back and hold the left wrist.
5. After holding the left wrist, now you will turn your neck to the right and upwards.
6. And now keep your body stable in this state for some time
7. Now we will do the same exercise from the other side.
8. Now after sitting in the same way, keep your right hand on the left side of the left knee.
9. Now keeping your right hand on the left knee, you will bend it back towards the right side.
10. Then we will hold our left hand from the back to the right wrist as we did earlier.
11. And this time we will bend our neck from the left side to the back.
12. And like this for some time we will keep our body still while looking up from the left side.
- We can practice this asana for 3 to 5 times at a time and keep our body still for 20 seconds to 1 minute at a time.
- If you want, you can increase or decrease this time limit according to your ability and ability.
- If you want to get more Pasasana benefits, then you should do this asana only in the morning.
- While doing this asana, let the speed of your breath move normally.
2. A few days before practicing this asana, definitely practice Kagasana and Baddha Padmasana so that your sitting ability increases and your shoulders and hands become more flexible so that you can join your hands with each other.
What are Pasasana benefits (noose pose)?
While doing this asana, there is tension and pressure on many parts of our body, due to which many Pasasana benefits are received by our body, so let us know what are the benefits of Pasasana so that you can decide according to your need that this asana should be done or not.
1. Strengthens legs:- Our feet get the best benefit from the practice of this posture because we do this asana sitting on our feet, due to which a pressure is generated on our feet and our thighs and the muscles below the knees get stronger and Our legs become healthy and strong.
2.Increases flexibility:- While doing this exercise, we turn our body backwards from the right or left side, as a result of which the flexibility in our side chest increases as well as strength in them.
3. Increase stability:- Although there are so many Pasasana benefits for our body because we keep our body stable while doing this pose, due to which we increase mental and physical stability.
4. Stronger hand muscles:- While doing this asana, we hold both our hands with each other from the backside, due to which the muscles of our hands get stretched and as a result, the muscles of our hands become flexible and strong and also in the bones of our hands It has a positive effect.
5. Beneficial for the heart:- As we told you above that when we do this exercise, at that time there is a stretch on our side chest, which is more beneficial for our heart and lungs.
6. Reliefs from neck pain:- We turn our neck and shoulders backwards while doing noose pose, meaning the circulation of blood in our shoulders and neck increases, which gives us relief from neck and shoulder pain.
7. Increase blood circulation:- Along with these benefits, there are other benefits of Pasasana such as when we turn our body backwards from the right or left side and hold our hands with each other at that time due to the stretch produced in our body blood circulation increases.
8. Reduce obesity:- If you are one of those people whose obesity is more and you feel a lack of self-confidence due to your obesity then you must practice noose pose regularly, if you want to reduce your weight more quickly then you should do Urdhva Dhanurasana, Ardha Chakrasana and Uttanpadasana along with this exercise.
9. Cures stomach problems:- In any problem related to the stomach, such as air disorders, food is not digested properly, gas formation in the stomach, in the problem of constipation, in all problems like these, the practice of this pose is beneficial.
10. Relief from respiratory problems:- As we have already told you that when we do Pasasana, at that time there is strain and pressure on our lungs, as a result of which our respiratory system improves and we also get relief from respiratory problems.
Affected body parts.
- As we must have told you earlier that almost every part of our body is used in this posture, in the same way it affects almost many parts of our body such as by its practice on our shoulders, on the waist, on the legs and on the armpits stretch is produced.
Precautions, side effects and contraindications of Pasasana (noose pose).
As important as it is to know the benefits of any yoga or any practice, we also need to know its precautions so that we can be able to do that asana or exercise properly without causing any damage.
1. As you can see in the above picture that we are doing this asana on our feet, due to which a lot of pressure arises on our knees and feet, then if you have any kind of problem in your knees, or you have feeling pain in your legs then stop doing this exercise.
2. When we practice this exercise, the circulation of blood in our body and especially around our heart increases, which is not good for the health of a person suffering from high blood pressure.
3. Although there are many Pasasana benefits, a pregnant woman should never do this asana because we do this asana sitting and by sitting, we turn our body backwards from the right or left side which is not good for the health of a pregnant woman and would not be good for her child’s health. In this state, you can practice pranayama instead of any asana.
4. If you have any kind of serious problem in your back or you have any kind of injury in your stomach or you have got treatment for that injury then you should not do this exercise, instead of this asana, you can practice any easy asana such as Ardha Padmasana.