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Yoga postures � simhasana I and II (lion posture)

  1. Simhasana (lion pose) is not a difficult yoga exercise. In this asana, the tongue is extended as far as possible. According to the classic yoga textbooks, this has numerous health benefits, such as being less prone to a cold. Simhasana also proves that in hatha yoga very few muscles do not get the attention they deserve. The lion pose is said to make it immune to many diseases of the neck and throat. With regular practice, sore throats will also be a thing of the past. The variant of simhasana is more strenuous and more difficult, but has even more advantages. In addition, people who suffer from stress can benefit greatly from simhasana. In orthodox yoga, simhasana is considered an effective outlet for negative energies and pent-up anger.

Contents

  1. Origin of simhasana I and II (lion pose) Technic Considerations Elaboration Health Benefits of Simhasana I and II (Lion Pose) Therapy

Origin of simhasana I and II (lion pose)

  1. The Sanskrit word simha means 'lion'. Asana is another word for '(sitting) posture' and is the third phase of the eightfold yoga path of Patanjali (Yoga Sutras). The Yoga Posture

Points of attention

  1. While performing simhasana I and II, make sure to tighten the throat and neck muscles, and the arm and hand muscles, with the fingers stretched out like a lion's claws. Try to touch the chin with the tip of your tongue. Do not breathe through the nose, but consistently through the mouth. After the exercise, relax the face, mouth, throat, not to mention the arms and hands. Savasana II

Elaboration

  1. As mentioned before, few muscles remain untrained in yoga. A remarkable advantage of simhasana I and II is that the platysma is stimulated and firmer. This large neck and skin muscle partly influences the facial expression

Health benefits of simhasana I and II (lion pose)

  1. Simhasana is a yoga exercise that mainly focuses on the neck and throat. The lion pose helps prevent sore throats and other respiratory ailments. The Indian yoga manual Gheranda-samhita praises simhasana, saying: “The lion pose puts an end to all sickness and disease

  2. Simhasana is a yoga exercise that mainly focuses on the neck and throat. The lion pose helps prevent sore throats and other respiratory diseases. The Indian yoga manual Gheranda-samhita praises simhasana, saying, “The lion pose puts an end to all sickness and disease



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