Ashwa Sanchalanasana or the Equestrian posture is a piece of the Sun Salutation arrangement of asanas. It shows up as the fourth stance and the ninth stance in the Sun Salutation or Surya Namaskara.

How to do Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)

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1. Equestrian Pose is done quickly after the Padahastasana posture in Surya Namaskara. So Padahastasana is the beginning stance for Ashwa Sanchalanasana.

2. From this position, take the left leg as far back as would be prudent. All the while, twist the right knee without changing its position. Breathe in while extending the left leg in reverse.

3. Keep the hands straight with fingers touching the floor. Curve the back and tilt the head somewhat in reverse. Look straight ahead.

4. At the point when done as a feature of the Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutation) a mantra can be droned while playing out this asana. AshwaSanchalanasana is done as the fourth posture and the ninth stance. The mantra to be droned is given below: During ninth posture serenade “Om Adityaya Namaha”. It implies greeting to the child of Aditi.

Amid fourth stance serenade “Om Bhanave Namaha”. It implies welcome to the person who sparkles.

Benefits of Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian Pose)

  • It conditions the stomach organs.
  • It offers adaptability to the leg muscles amid extending.
  • It gives a feeling of apprehensive adjust.
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