Uttanasana(Padahastasana) Yoga Steps and Benefits.


In Sanskrit, 'Paad' means 'foot' and 'Hasta' means 'hand'. Hence the meaning of Padahastasana is in which we can take our hands to our feet. This seat is also known as 'Uttanasana'.



  • First of all stand straight.

  • After this, move both hands slowly forward and bend downward.

  • Hold the thumb of both your legs with both hands.

  • Keep the legs together and straight. Take care not to kneel.

  • After this, move the head between the two hands inward, join the knee with the knee.

  • It can also be done by holding the right leg of the right hand and holding the toe of the right hand from the left hand.
  • While doing this asana, stretch the stomach in as many as possible.

  • First of all, try to hold the toes with the hands only. After this, slowly move the head towards the knee and try to mix it.
  • It is enough to practice for 1 minute to 10 minutes.

Benefits of this posture:

  • By doing this posture, stretch of the stomach, stomach, waist and abdominal muscles.

  • This posture decreases fat near the stomach and waist.

  • By doing this asana, all disorders of the stomach and intestine are destroyed.

  • By doing this asana, the force of the entire pulse increases due to its force.

  •  By doing this asana, the laziness of the body gets relieved and the body gets energized.

  • There is no stomach disease due to the regular maintenance of this posture.

  • The spinal cord is flexible from this asana.
  •  This asana provides relief from the menstrual cycle.


  • Do not do this asana if there is heart problem, dizziness or abdominal bloating.

  • Hernia or high myopia, ulcers and pregnant women should not do this posture.

Related Posts

Subscribe Our Newsletter

0 Comments to "Uttanasana(Padahastasana) Yoga Steps and Benefits."

Post a Comment

Thank you for comment