Thursday, March 7, 2019


 This asana is to be done in sitting position. The form of this asana is just like a child in the embryo. Hence, it is called Garbhasana. Garbha pindasana, embryo in womb pose, sometimes shortened to garbhasana is a seated balancing asana in hatha yoga and modern yoga as exercise. the pose is identical to Uttana Kurmasana, the inverted tortoise pose, except that the body is on the back in that pose instead of balancing upright.

  • Original Position :
  1. First of all extending the legs straight.
  2. Put hands on the side of the thigh.
  3. Make the spine straight a little.
  • Method :
  1. At first hold padmasana.
  2. Draw out the right hand from the right calf and thigh and the left hand from the left calf and thigh up to the elbow.
  3. First of all do Poorak. Then while doing Rechak hold the right ear-lobe with the right hand and left ear-lobe with the left.
  4. In this position be in normal breathing according to capacity.
  5. While doing Poorak, come again in the original position.
  • Points to bear in mind :
  1. While doing this asana, take care that you do not tumble down.
  • Benefits :
  1. Semen is saved and the mind becomes steady.
  2. Many Disorders of the intestine get rid of.
  3. Fat on the thigh gets removed and the thigh becomes shapely.
  4. Garbhasana should be practiced by people suffering from nervous disorder as it helps in alleviating them.
  5. If you have a protruding belly or if you just want your abdomen to be toned then this is right exercise for you. Garbhasana not only massages but also tones the abdominal organs.
  6. Say goodbye to your digestive problem if you learn to do the fetus pose with perfection. for those who have less appetite, do not worry as this exercise is sure to increase appetite.
  7. If you are somebody whose adrenal glands are always regulating or suffer from anxiety or anger problems, then this posture should be definitely be practiced for your benefits. Garbhasana helps in controlling and calming the mind which leads to lesser agitation of the mind.

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