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Noose Pose
Noose Pose

noose Pose

Pasasana (pAsh-Ah-suh-nuh)

Noose Pose

Benefits of noose Pose

  • Strengthens ankle
  • Stretches the thighs and spine
  • Improves digestion
  • Opens the chest and shoulders

Summary of noose Pose

Noose Pose, or Pasasana, is a somewhat challenging pose that is designed for intermediate and advanced yoga users. It is the combination of a deep twist and a deep squat, which will allow you to strengthen your ankles, stretch your thighs, and open your chest and shoulders. This pose may need some stretching before practice and requires flexibility.

Noose Pose
Noose Pose

noose POSE Tutorial

Noose Pose

1.) Begin in Mountain Pose

Noose Pose

2.) Lower your body down to a deep squat, bringing your hands to heart center

Noose Pose

3.) Twist your arms over your right legs, pressing the back of your arms into your thigh

Noose Pose

4.) Once you have a grip against your leg, open your arms so that your right arm goes behind your back and your left arm begins to wrap around your legs

Noose Pose

5.) Bind your hands behind your back

Noose Pose

6.) Sit back deeper into your squat and look behind you, opening your chest

Noose Pose

7.) Hold this pose for up to 30 seconds. To release from this pose, simply reverse the steps and duplicate on the opposite side

Noose Pose
Noose Pose

Health Benefits of noose Pose

noose POSE For ankle strength

Noose Pose is a great exercise to strengthen your ankle muscles and stretch the tendons and ligaments. The squat position will put pressure on the ankle muscles, improving their resistance.

NOOSE POSE FOR ANKLE STRENGTH

The twisting movement in Pasasana helps straighten up the spine and reinforces its natural curvature. Additionally, the deep squat exerts a lot of tension on the muscle fibers of the thighs, increasing their strength.

NOOSE POSE FOR ANKLE STRENGTH

Similar to other twisting poses, Pasasana improves digestion by manipulating the intestinal tract and massaging the internal organs to bring energy to the spleen, pancreas, and liver. It could also boost patients with diabetes.

Contraindications & Cautions

  • Knee injury
  • Lower back injury
  • Pain in the lower back or in the neck, causing pain
  • Herniated disk

Modifications & Deepening the Pose

Modifying Noose Pose for Beginners

It is often difficult to get into the deep squat position, especially when you are a beginner. Therefore, you might want to start by developing your deep squat, following the steps we mentioned above. One alternative would be to use a chair to practice the pose. Sit near the edge of the chair, bring your left hand to the outer side of your right knee, and bend your elbow back to your left side. Place your right arm on the left edge of the chair and form a noose with your right arm. You could also use a yoga strap if you can’t bind the two hands together.

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