Yogic Sleep Pose (Yoganidrasana)

Yogic Sleep Pose, also called Yoganidrasana, Supta Garbhasana, and Pasini Mudra, is a default reclining forward-bending pose. This is a relaxing pose, but it also helps to stretch the hamstring and lower back muscles,  improving strength and flexibility in your lower back, hips, spine, and inner thighs physically. Avoid this pose if you are pregnant or have conditions like high blood pressure, lower back, hernia, shoulder, or knee injury.

Yogic Sleep 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 Corpse Pose. Bend your knees and place your feet close to your hips, as well as your hands.
2 - Hold your feet with your hands and pull them back toward your chest. In this case, your knee flexibility aids in twisting the leg closer to the chest.
3 - Lift your shoulder with your head off the ground and move your left leg behind your shoulder. The same as your left calf touches your left shoulder blade. Then move your right foot to your chest by twisting the knee and take your right leg behind the right side of your body.
4 - Now interlock the ankles one on top of the other and rest your head on them. Take your armpit on the inner thigh of both your legs and make a Namaste pose, or you can also interlock your fingers behind the hips.
5 - Hold this posture for as long as it is comfortable. To release the pose, return to your normal position by slowly unlocking your heels one by one.


The Advantages of the Yogic Sleep Pose

1 - Aids in the relief of stress, fatigue, and the relaxation of the mind.
2 - Stretches and strengthens hip flexors, hamstrings, calves, and spinal muscles.
3 - Recommended for hip opener posture.
4 - Provides the advantages of both meditation and half-sleep.
5 - Strengthen your digestive system.

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