Yoga is the best medium to keep the body healthy. Taking care of health has become very difficult these days due to the busy-stressful life. Butterfly pose is the best with multiple benefits to the body.
Butterfly pose is very easy to strengthen the immune system, reduces stress, and reduces fat of the hips and thighs.
How to do butterfly pose?
- To do butterfly posture, sit with your legs spread in front.
- Make the spine straight.
- Bend the knees and bring both the feet towards the pelvis, with the soles of the feet touching each other.
- Hold the toes of both the feet together with both hands.
- Bring the heels as close to the pelvis as possible.
- Your arms and body should be completely straight.
- With normal breathing you have to move your legs in the same way as a butterfly spreads its wings up and down. Take the knees of both the feet together and then bring them down.
- Slowly move your legs up and down 20-30 times in a row.
- Now bring your legs straight to the normal posture and leave the body loose and rest for 30 seconds.
The Benefits of Doing butterfly pose
- Strength the immune system. (Read more: How to boost the Immune System)
- Make the muscles of knees, ankles, feet, and hips flexible and strong.
- It stretches the waist and inner thighs.
- Reduce the fat of the hips and thighs.
- A proper flow of blood in the legs provides relief in joint pain.
- Gives relief to women from periods problems.
- Beneficial in pregnancy.
- Very beneficial in infertility.
- Strength the intestines.
- strong the whole body.
What are the precautions to be taken while doing butterfly posture?
Do not do this asana if
- You have a knee injury or pain.
- You have sciatica or lower back injury.
Butterfly Pose FAQ
Yes, It’s an easy way to reduce the fat of the hips, thighs, abdomen and strengthen the muscles.
No, or keep a cushion or blanket under the knees.
No, or keep a cushion or blanket under the hips.
No, or do this pose by keeping the spine straight.
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