Also known as Lion Pose. Simha means a lion. This asana is variation of Simhasana 1. Simhasana 2 details provided to you by YogaIQ.
1. Sit in Padmasana. (Step 1 )
2. Spread the arms in front and place the palms on the floor, fingers pointing forward.
3. Stand on the knees and then push the pelvic region to the floor.
4. Extend the back by contracting the buttocks, keeping the arms fully stretched. The pressure of the body rests on the palms and knees only. Open the mouth and extend the tongue out towards the chin as far as you can. (Front view: step 2. Side view: Step 3)
5. Look at the centre of the eyebrows or at the tip of the nose and keep the posture for about 30 seconds. Breathe through the mouth.
6. Sit in Padmasana (Step 1) and lift the hands off the floor. Then interchange the position of the legs, perform Padmasana again and repeat the pose for the same amount of time.
Simhasana 2 exercises the liver and controls the flow of bile. Simhasana cures foul breath, the tongue becomes cleaner and words are enunciated more clearly. It is, therefore is for the persons who stammer. The asana relieves a painful coccyx and helps to set it when displaced.