Makarasana or corcodile pose is very similar to the sphinx asana. It is an asana that many people do naturally. We think it is worthwhile mentioning because it is so beneficial for those who suffer from slipped discs or other spinal disorders, as well as asthma and other lung ailments.
Meaning of Makarasana (Corcodile pose)
The work created like a crocodile is called Makarasana. In Sanskrit language “Makara” means Crocodile that is why this asana is also known as Crocodile Pose. It is one of the best and easiest asanas for curing problems related to back & knees.
How to do Makarasana
1. Lie down on the abdomen on the head and The shoulders arose from the ground.
2. The head is suppressed in the palms Elbow resting on the ground.
3. Relax the whole body and close the eyes.
Be aware of natural and rhythmic breathing Pattern. You can also count the breath if you want.
Time: Wait according to compatibility.
Special: To get other benefits from Makarasan, we can practice it by making it a little dynamic. another or different manner or method:
1. First reached the state of Makarasan. Now slowly rotate the head to the left, look at the heel and claws of your left foot, wait a little and then come back to the original position. Similarly, look at the midwife side also. Come back to the original state. It was 1 cycle. Thus complete 10 cycles. Keep the breathing process normal.
2. Now, in the same situation, gradually, the Elbows have to move forward. As the Elbows move forward, there will be mild tension in the lower part of the neck. Stop as power. And gradually come back to the original state. Now gradually bring the Elbows closer to the chest and come back to the original state. It was 1 cycle. Similarly, complete 5 to 10 cycles.
3. Stay in the state of Makarasan. Now first bend one leg with the knee and place it on the thigh. In this situation, Eddie will touch the buttock region. The tenth leg will remain the same. In that order, the second leg will now touch the thigh, and the first leg will come back to the ground. Repeat the same action in a systematic manner. The same action can be done with speed.
4. Do the same action with both feet together. Repeat at least 10 times.
- Huge benefits in cervical problem, slipdisc, spondylitis.
- benefits in common neck diseases.
- Elation, freshness and energy are received.
- Benefits to patients with back pain, spinal pain.
- A person suffering from asthma pleural disease also benefits.
- You must do this posture after the Sarbangasan, Halasan and the opposite currency.
- If you suffer from any spinal or lung ailments we suggest you lie in makarasana for as long as possible
- This position encourages the spine to resume its normal shape and releases compression of the spinal nerves (sciatica).
- The chest is also expanded allowing an increased amount of air to enter the lungs, which is a great help in alleviating congestion and other ailments of the respiratory system.