Pose, Steps and Benefits of Anjaneyasana

Benefits of anjaneyasana

    • To relieve tension in the hips.
    • Stretching of the quadriceps, hamstrings and groin
    • It helps to build mental focus.
    • Improve Flexibility.

Downward-Facing Dog Pose

anjaneyasana pose


  1. Start Downward-Facing Dog pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana), and then over the right foot in between hands. Make sure your right knee adapts to toe.
  2. Keep the right foot in this position, the knee bottom floor.
  3. Move the left foot until you feel a stretch in the muscles of the groin and the front of the left thing.
  4. The front of the left foot should be facing the ground.
    Now, exhale as you lift your body and do it in a vertical position.
  5. Extend arms to the sides and top. Must be perpendicular to the ground.
  6. Try to lift the pubis toward the navel and tailbone down.
  7. Try to push your chest and back toward your spine.
  8. Raise your head now.
  9. Extend your fingers towards the ceiling.
  10. Hold this position for one minute.
  11. Bring your hands on the floor and move your body the right thigh.
  12. Breathe again, take the left knee on the ground and begins to return to its original position in Article 1 Yoga
  13. Repeat all steps with the left foot and hold for some time.

Anjaneyasana Video (Low lunge)


Before doing any asana you must know your health. When you feels pain while doing any asanas then you have to stop it immediately. A trained instructor can guide you in a better way.