Lolasana | Pendant Pose, Yoga For Arm Strength, Reduce Belly Fat

Lolasana is a SANSKRIT name, which means Lol means "dangling while the word" and Asana means pose. So it is known as Lolasana dangling pose. Lolasana called pendant pose, It is a modern type of yoga, in this balance your body with your hands. It helps strengthens a number of major muscle groups in your upper body such as the upper back muscles, core muscles, and shoulders muscles.


Relax the body in the padmasana pose. both palms on the floor by the side of your thighs. take in a deep breath and raise the body balancing it solely on your two hands. The stomach must remain tucked in all the time. Stay a few seconds in lolasan without straining the body. and then breathe and slowly put your legs on the floor and rest few minutes, then after start practices again and again.


Benefits of Lolana yoga:


There are the most important health benefits of Lolana yoga,

1. Lolasana asana helps to strengthen the upper, back, wrists, arms, and shoulders.

2. This pose helps to improve strength and massage the abdominal muscles and improves the digestion system.

3. Gomukhasana is helpful in giving relief to respiratory problems as it exercises and opens up the chest.

4. It helps to increase concentration. and increase the focus on work.

5. It is the best for the control and balance in our body.

6. This pose also helps to reduce the excess belly fat.

7. Continues practices of the Lolasana pose may reduce body stiffness


Step by step Lolasana yoga:


1. Stay on the floor with the feet extended straight in front. (Step 1)


2. Place the palms on the floor by the side of the hips.


3. Raise the seat, bend the right knee back, place the right sole beneath the left buttock and sit on it.


4. Bend the left knee back and again raising the seat, place the left sole beneath the right buttock and sit on it.


5. The legs will be crossed so that the right shin is above the left shin. Keep the toes facing backwards. (Step 2)


6. Take a few breaths. Exhale, raise the trunk and legs off the floor and balance on the hands, stretching out the arms. (Step 3.) Gently rock the trunk and legs forwards and backwards. Breathe normally.


7. Rest on the floor and uncross the legs.


8. Recross the legs the other way and again balance on the hands.


9. Balance as long as possible.


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