Monkey Pose (Hanumanasana)

Monkey Pose, also called Hanumanasana, is an intense leg-stretching pose. Don't perform this pose if you have any serious injuries in your hamstring or groin area, or if you have muscle pain. Pregnant women should avoid this yoga. Before starting the yoga, ensure that you do a warm-up like some hip-opening exercises. The pose is to stretch your waist and legs and also open up your chest.

Monkey 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 by kneeling on the ground and placing your right foot forward. Then raise your inner sole so that only the outer heel touches the ground.
2 - Bend your torso forward and try to touch the ground with your fingertips.
3 - Move your left knee backwards till the knee and the front of your foot touch the ground. Now slide your right leg forward till it touches the ground.
4 - Move your right foot forward and left foot backward and come into a split position. Keep your right foot's toes pointing skywards and the front of your left foot touching the ground.
5 - Raise your arms and bring your palms together. Then stretch your arms and arch your back.
6 - Hold this pose for 5 breaths. To release the pose, shift the body weight off the hands by pressing them on the ground. Then slowly slide your left and right feet straight.

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The Advantages of the Monkey Pose

1 - It stretches your entire lower body, including your hamstrings, groin, and thighs.
2 - It improves the function of the digestive and reproductive organs.
3 - Beneficial for your legs and relieves stress.
4 - Balances your nervous system.
5 - Aids in the improvement of muscle flexibility, strength, and endurance.

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