Low Lunge Pose

The Low Lunge Pose, also known as Anjaneyasana, is a foundational yoga posture that focuses on opening the hips and stretching the front of the body. To practice this pose, start in a high plank position, and then step one foot forward between your hands. Lower your back knee gently to the ground and slide it back until you feel a comfortable stretch. The front knee is positioned directly above the ankle, forming a 90-degree angle. With your hands on your front thigh for support, lift your chest and gently arch your back, allowing your hips to sink forward. This pose provides a deep stretch to the hip flexors, thighs, and groin, while also strengthening the legs and core. It encourages an opening of the chest and a sense of grounding through the lower body. As you hold the pose, breathe deeply and visualize the release of tension. Low Lunge Pose offers both physical and emotional benefits, as it’s believed to help release stored emotions in the hips. To exit the pose, gently lift the back knee and step back to a plank position before switching sides.

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