It is named so because the final pose resembles the plough, an agricultural equipment. Ranging between the difficulty levels of intermediate and advanced, this folded inversion posture is usually best practiced towards the culmination of your Yoga Session. Steps to perform Halasana — THE PLOUGH POSE: Lying on the floor in a supine position, with the arms alongside the body and palms facing down, bend the knees and kick and rock the legs up and back, bringing the bent knees to the forehead and placing the hands under the hips. Slowly, as you exhale, straighten your knees to attain the proper posture.

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So it is also named as plow pose. Halasana is one of the advanced yoga pose simple to practice and contains lots of benefit. It is also helpful for men to correct the sexual and semen related problems like premature ejaculation,spermatorrhoea, and night emission effectively. How to do halasana Lie on the yoga mat or carpet and join the legs together Raise your legs to make an angle of 90 degree. Thrust the palms, raise the waist and legs, bending forwards curving the back and resting the legs on the floor above head.

Try to place the big toe on the floor and keep the legs straight. Balance the whole weight on the shoulder blade, shift both the hands over the head,join the fingers and hold the head with it and relax the elbows on the floor. Try to remain in the position till the the count of Then release the fingers above the head, pressing the pals on the floor taking back thumb toe gently bring the body and legs to the floor Relax and practice for 2 round more.

Benefits of halasana:- Practicing this asana regularly can avoid disease like diabetes,obesity,constipation,stomach disorder,Blood pressure and menstrual disorders It makes your back bone elastic and flexible. Halasana helps to reduce both belly and body fat. It improves memory power.

Those having neck pain,spondylosis and high blood pressure should not practice this yoga pose. Pregnant ladies should not try this asana.

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Halasana {Plow Pose}-Steps And Benefits

Here are the top 5 reasons why this yoga pose is so good for you and your body! For as long as I can remember, plow pose has been one of my most favorite yoga poses. Far too many of us have back issues as we age. What if we all did plow pose on a daily basis? Would we ever need invasive back surgeries?


Plow Pose (Halasana)

Halasana is pronounced as hah-LAHS-uh-nuh. Ensure that you do not strain your neck or push it into the ground. Support your back on the tops of your shoulders, lifting your shoulders a little towards your ears. Avoid jerking your body, while bringing the legs down. It is relatively easy to perform. To do Sarvangasana, when you lift your legs and hips off the floor, instead of taking your legs degrees over your head, stretch them upwards in the air, so that you come up high on your shoulders, supporting you back with your hands.

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