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Yoga - Simhasana

What is Simhasana?

Simha means lion in Sanskrit since one assumes the pose of a seated lion in this asana, hence the name Simhasana is given to this pose. In this majestic sitting pose the entire body and facial expressions are modified to invoke the great regal force in the practitioner.

 

 

Method of Simhasana
Sit in Vajrasana with back upright and hands resting on the thighs. Inhale deeply, then exhale with your mouth opened wide, tongue extending out, and eyes looking up to point between your brows while stretching your arms and spreading and extending your fingers out over your knees. Hold this position while inhaling and exhaling two to five times, and feel the breath in the back of your throat. Then exhale as you return to the starting position.
 
What are the benefits of practicing Simhasana?
An often-overlooked benefit of Simhasana is that helps keep the platysma (a flat, thin, rectangular-shaped muscle on the front of the throat) firm as we grow older. The platysma, when contracted, pulls down on the corners of the mouth and wrinkles the skin of the neck. Simhasana gives stretch to face and arms and relieves tension in the chest and face. It can also relieve a sore throat and other respiratory ailments. According to traditional texts, Simhasana helps to cure diseases and facilitates the three major Bandhas (Mula, Jalandhara, Uddiyana).
 
Cautions
If you have a knee injury avoid sitting in vajrasana, instead you can sit on a chair to do the pose.

 
 

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