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Full Butterfly Pose (Purna Titali Asana)

Purna Titali Asana is an Indian translation for Full Butterfly Pose. You can learn this asana as below:


Routine Benefits
Consciousness Contraindications

Routine:

  • Remain in the primary pose.
  • Keep the spinal chord and the neck straight.
  • Breathe natural and easy.
  • Bend both the knees.
  • Bring the soles of the feet together and place them up to the crotch area.
  • Grasp firmly both the paws with your hands.
  • Do not allow the heel to be raised.
  • Keep the torso above waist including the neck straight.
  • Place the elbows on the thighs.
  • Inhale deep and press both the thighs downward with the elbows effortlessly.

  • Remove your hands from thighs and try to raise the knees without any support; exhale breath.
  • Practice this in the beginning with rhythmic and natural breathing, if possible.

  • Initially attempt this for 20-30 times.
  • Get back to the primary position after the practice.
  • Closing your eyes remain focused on the hip joints and the waist zone.

  • Open your eyes after a while.
  • Get ready for the next set of exercise.

Consciousness:

  • Upward and downward movement of the knees.
  • Mental counting.
  • The relaxation of inner thigh muscles.

Benefits:

 

Contraindications:

  • Sciatica patients.

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Techniques adapted from Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha by Swami
Satyananda published by Yoga Publications Trust, Munger, Bihar.

            
      

 
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