Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana) is a yoga posture that helps to improve the flexibility of different body parts like hips, shoulders, back, knees and abdomen. Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana) mainly focuses over neck, chest and lungs as well as upper body parts. If you are suffering from severe back pain and hear problems then you should not try Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana) at all. Take the help from yoga expert for practicing Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana). As a beginner, you may face difficulty with Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana) yoga posture; here are few tips to make the execution easier. First of all, face a wall when practicing Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana). It will help you in maintaining balance.
Step by step guide for Low Lunge (Anjaneyasana)
- Start with Downward facing dog position and exhale slowly while putting your right foot between hands. Make sure that heel and right knee is well aligned.
- Keep your right leg in the same position and bend your lower knee towards floor.
- Keep your left leg back for stretching your body muscles. The front part of your left for should be bended towards floor.
- Lift up your body and inhale slowly. Now spread your arms to sides and upwards. Keep your arms stretched and perpendicular to floor.
- Press your tailbone slightly downwards and lift your pubic bone towards belly button.
- Push your chest backwards against back and keep your head pointed upwards.
- Stretch your fingers and try to hold the same position for up to 60 seconds.
- Now keep your hands on floor and bend your body towards right thigh.
- Exhale slowly again and keep your left knee on to the floor. Release the body to Downward facing dog position.
- Repeat al above steps with other leg and hold the position for up to 60 seconds.