Session 9 – Yogic Seal Pose – Yogamudrasana

Session 9 – Yogic Seal Pose – Yogamudrasana


Hello friends, Namaste! Welcome back to Yoga and Fitness Session9 Yogic Seal Pose Yoga Mudrasana Yogic Seal Pose tones the spine, lower back
and the abdomen. The Yogic Seal Pose is generally classified
as an asana or pose, even though the name suggests that it is a mudra or seal. Yogic Seal Pose may be a little difficult
for beginners, but when practiced can give great flexibility to the back and the hips. Benefits of Yogic Seal Pose 1. Yogic Seal Pose brings flexibility to the
back, spine and the hips. 2. This pose tones all organs in the abdomen. 3. It helps to relieve constipation and improves
digestion. 4. It helps to improve the general energy level
of a person. How to do Yogic Seal Pose 1. Sit in Staff pose 2. Slowly move to Padmasana, the lotus pose. 3. Close your eyes and breathe normally. 4. Bring the hands behind the back and hold the
left wrist with the right hand. 5. Slowly bend forward and try to touch the floor
in front of you with the forehead or the nose. Breathe out while bending forward. If you cannot touch the floor, go as far as
it is comfortable without any strain. 6. In the final position, relax the whole body,
especially the shoulders and the back. 7. In the position, you may breathe deeply and
slowly. Try to maintain the position for few minutes. 8. Slowly return to the starting position. Inhale while returning to the staff pose. Relax!