This posture is similar to supta virasana, and requires adaptability in the knees and lower legs. On the off chance that you can’t do virasana, then the stance should be possible with the legs developed, the legs in baddha konasana or the legs in sukhasana.
How to do Paryankasana (Couch Pose):
- Start by sitting on your heels in vajrasana.
- Breathe in and come up onto your knees. Take the back of the calf muscle and move it outward to make space for your rear end to sit on the floor, in the middle of your heels in virasana.
- Allowing your knee joints to open. Place your hands on the soles of your feet. Lift your posterior, stretch the back of your pelvis and lie back onto your elbows. Curve back and stop the crown of your head on the floor.
- Take the heels off the mat and move the feet back until they are under the tailbone. Lay on the heels.
- Place the hands down close to the head and ascend on top of the head. The hands can stay there for backing of be put on the mid-section in request to God position. Test, there are numerous different positions for the hands and arms.
- Open the knees a little and attempt to bring every one of them the route down until they are grounded.
- Stay for 2-3 minutes.
Precaution: This asana is not recommended on the off chance that you have a back harm, knee damage, in the event that you are experiencing a cerebral pain, a headache or in the event that you are pregnant of bleeding.
Health Benefits of Paryankasana (Couch Pose):
- This stance opens the lungs and mid-section and is a decent planning for pranayama.
- It assists with lymph seepage, as the lymph streams from guts into the mid-section and backings lymph waste under the neckline bones.
- It advantages the thyroid and parathyroid as the foremost neck spine is extended and conditioned.
- It advantages the vocal lines, throat and tongue, as this zone is completely extended.
- It extends the respiratory stomach and effectively extends the stomach organs.
- It extends the feet, quadriceps and ilio-psoas.