Pasasana pray pose1
Pasasana with 1 knee
Pasasana with 2 knees
Begin by standing with the feet hip-width apart and the arms at the sides. Bend the knees into a full squat, allowing the buttocks to sit on the heels. Swing the knees slightly to the left and, while exhaling, turn the torso to the right. The left elbow should press against the outside of the right knee. The right arm should reach around both knees and grab the left hand in the back. Then look up. This is the description of Pasasana with 2 knees. Hold the position and then release, and repeat in the other side.
Pasasana pray pose, and Pasasana with one knee are other easy variations of the position.
- This pose is used therapeutically for asthma, flatulence, indigestion, menstrual discomfort, sciatica, and mild back, shoulder and neck tension.
- It stretches the thighs, groin and spine and stretches and strengthens the ankles.
This pose stimulates the abdominal organs, opens the chest and shoulders, and improves digestion, elimination and posture.