Archer Pose (Akarna Dhanurasana)

In Sanskrit, Karna denotes the ear-bow pose. The prefix ‘A’ of Akarna Dhanurasana denotes near and also the Dhanur denotes bow. The body of the practitioner matches the bow and arrow pose, denoting the archer aims for emotional arrows from the bow. So Akarna Ddhanurasana is additionally called the shooting bow pose, and the main aspect of this posture is to drag the foot around the ear that resembles the archer. The "Archer Pose" position resembles an archer, therefore the name Akarna Dhanurasana. The inner thighs and also the girdle region being stretched, provide space for the utmost growth of the hip. This pose, which depicts the strength of the bow and arrow, provides a special beauty to the body and brings a way of confidence too.

Archer Pose

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Start with Staff Pose your feet with your arms stretched out and hold them with an exhalation. Take a couple of breaths here, keeping the neck up and also the entire body down on the thighs. As you hold your toes along with your paw, inhale and pull the leg back and aim at transferring the proper foot near to your right ear, bending the knees a touch.
2 - Hold on to the opposite toes with the left hand  and keep the spine straight. The stretch at the proper hip and also at the inner left thigh are to be felt. Stretching brings balance to your spine.
3 - Hold this pose for eighteen to twenty seconds with inhalation and exhalation for around eight breaths.

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The Advantages of the Archer Pose

1 - Strengthens your thighs, calves, legs, and muscles, as well as your shoulders, arms, buttocks, and neck.
2 - It will increase the digestion in your body.
3 - Stimulate your body's abdominal organs.
4 - It regulates the oscillations in your body.
5 - Improves the concentration and focus in your body
6 - Will increase the capability of the lungs, so gas seven seven intake will increase and regulate the respiration.

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