Have you ever heard of Halasana which gives radiance to the face without blemishes if your skin is flaky? Otherwise know how to do it and do this at home and get the full benefits.
What does HALASANA Mean?
Hala means air plow. It is also known as Halasana as it is shaped like air used on the ground.
What is Halasana
Hala means plow. Halasana is the name given to this yoga form of plowing. If the organs in your stomach are functioning well, digestion will take place better and the nutrients will be fully absorbed in the metabolism. This yoga stimulates the metabolism. Also it gives radiance to the skin. Let’s see how to do Halasana.
How to Practice Halasana
Lie down on a rug. Inhale well. Then lift both legs up. Lift across to your hips. Put your hands on your hips and keep them in place. Now take a deep breath.
Then slowly balance the body and move the legs backwards towards the floor. Lay the feet flat on the floor. After touching the floor with the feet, release the hands from the hips and place them on the floor. Relax and start doing this asana. No need to hurry. You can easily touch the floor to do. Allow to touch the floor with your feet for 1 minute. Keep the breath relaxed.
Then slowly lift the legs and bring them back to normal. Do this 10 times. This asana should be done on an empty stomach. Get the full benefit.
Stabilize your feet. Gives strength to the back, hips and neck. Stimulates the thyroid gland to work well. This yoga will help to balance the hormones during menopause. Note: People with spinal pain and pregnant women should not do this yoga.
Benefits of Practicing Halasana regularly
1. It is a good solution for constipation, flatulence and thyroid problems.
2. Women can get rid of menstrual related problems.
3. Hair loss, gray hair is prevented.
4. The best asana for indigestion and loss of appetite.
5. Lose weight.