Crocodile Pose (Makarasana)

In Sanskrit, Makara means "crocodile", and here the body is compared to a crocodilian. Here, during this pose, one lies down on the stomach, face down, spreading the legs out the maximum amount as doable and transferring the hands to sunray at the elbows and placing them below the forehead for support. Savasana, Makarasana are taken in because of the solely relaxing pose in which it's impracticable to sleep off because of the upright position of the neck and head. Makarasana is taken as a restorative pose, where the heart rate is reduced with the relief of the whole muscular system and the calming of the mind.

Crocodile Pose

Beginner’s Tip

Initially, it'd be powerful to balance yourself in the pose. You would possibly shuffle a touch because of the imbalance. To avoid this, use your hands for support and lift them after finishing the posture. With practice, your balance can improve, and you'll be able to assume the pose in the correct manner.

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 - Lie on your stomach, arms crossed beneath your head. Fold your hands and keep your forehead on the wrists of your hands.
2 - Close your eyes and relax your entire body into the ground. Let the heels prove it and let the legs flop open.
3 - Take deep breaths, pressing the belly button into the ground with each inhalation, and hold for 6 to 10 breaths. Your body will relax deeper into the ground with every exhalation.
4 - To release this pose, bring your palms and shoulders up and slowly press up into a table, come to a kid's pose, or roll over onto your back.

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The Advantages of Crocodile Pose

1 - Permits you to breathe slowly, expeditiously, and deeply.
2 - Releases tight knots in your body and makes it versatile.
3 - Treats respiratory illnesses, knee pain, and problems with respiratory organ connections.
4 - It stretches out the hip muscles in your body.
5 - It stretches the muscles of the abdomen, chest, and neck, relieving fatigue and aches in those areas of your body.

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