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Method and benefits of Tolangulasana

Method and benefits of Tolangulasana

What is Tolangulasana?

In this posture, the seeker has to handle the weight of his whole body like a scale on the fists of the hands, hence it is called “Tolangulasana”.

Benefits of Tolangulasana:

  • With this posture, the whole body becomes under control and there is a kind of flexibility in all the lower parts.
  • In this posture, the filth collected in the small intestine and large intestine comes out with the stool and urine.
  • In this posture, the chin is applied with the gum, so all the diseases of the throat are destroyed.
  • There is flexibility in the fingers and toes and they become agile.

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Method of Tolangulasana:

  • First of all, you sit on the ground by laying a mat or blanket, keep your feet in the posture of Padmasana. And after that lie down on Padmasan with the help of both the elbows.
  • Now squeeze the fists of both your hands under your buttocks. As soon as the head and back and Padmasana are engaged, lift the whole body above the ground.
  • After staying in this position for some time, come back to the previous position and take a rest. And after a few moments of rest, repeat this action.

Special:

With this posture, the body is practiced on the fists of both hands under the buttocks by applying Padmasana. And your whole body should remain on the fists of both hands.  Keep your eyes on the front. While doing the asana, the chin touches the throat.

Do this asana before doing Tolangulasana:

1. Halasana

What is Halasana?

This asana is called Halasana because in its final posture the body looks like an Indian plow. If this yoga practice is done properly, then it can prove to be a very beneficial yoga practice in terms of health. Apart from reducing obesity, this asana is very beneficial for diabetes, thyroid, etc. Since its shape looks like a plow, it is also called Plow Pose Yoga. It is not that easy to do Halasana. Those who are unable to do this asana should do Ardhahalasana.

Halasana Method:

Here the easy and simple method of Halasana has been told. By understanding this, you can not only do this asana properly, but you can take advantage of it more and more.

  • First of all, lie down on your back and rest your hands near the thighs.
  • And after that, now slowly without bending your legs, first at 30 degrees, then at 60 degrees, and after that at 90 degrees.
  • And then while exhaling, lift the legs behind the head and touch the toes of the feet with the ground.
  • Now your yoga posture has taken the form of Halasana.
  • Breathe in slowly and exhale slowly.
  • Keep this posture as far as possible.
  • And then after that slowly come back to the original position.
  • It was a cycle.
  • And in the same way, you can do 4 to 6 cycles.

Halasana precautions:

  • This asana should not be done by those who have cervical spondylitis.
  • This asana should not be done under high blood pressure.
  • Do not do this asana when you feel dizzy.
  • Avoid doing this yoga during pregnancy and menopause.
  • And people suffering from heart disease should not do it.
  • The most benefits of Halasana are found when Bhujangasana is done immediately after Halasana.

How to do Ardha Halasana:

  • First of all, lie down on your back and rest your hands near the thighs.
  • And after that, now slowly without bending your legs, first at 30 degrees, then at 60 degrees, and after that at 90 degrees.
  • Maintain this state for some time.
  • Then while exhaling, bring the feet slowly to the ground.
  • It was a cycle.
  • And in the same way, you can do 4 to 6 cycles.
  • Ardhahalasana is very beneficial in reducing your waist, indigestion, constipation, belly fat, etc.

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