Lolasana (Swinging Pose) – Benefits, Cautions & Guide

Lolasana

 Lolasana (Swinging Pose) – Benefits, Cautions & Guide

Lolasana is an advanced asana. To master this posture, one needs to be able to sit in Padmasana (Lotus Pose) without any discomfort.

The name of the posture originates from the Sanskrit term Lol which means Swinging.

Today we share a step by step asana instruction followed by a discussion part:

  1. Sit in Padmasana
  2. Place the palms on the floor besides the thighs
  3. Separate the fingers equally
  4. Inhale deeply
  5. Raise the whole body from the floor, balancing only on the hands
  6. Swing the body backward and forward between the arms
  7. Lower the buttocks and legs to the ground
  8. Rest in the sitting position
  9. Repeat this with the legs crossed the other way

Note: Try to gaze at one point for better concentration.

Benefits:

  • Strengthens the arms, wrists and shoulders
  • Tones the abdominal muscles
  • Opens the chest
  • Generates control and balance
  • Improves concentration

Contra-indications:

This posture should be avoided if you suffer from heart conditions, high blood pressure , prolapse, hernia or back pain. It’s a very strenuous posture.

Yoga Asana Practise at Gyan Yog Breath

Our Gyan Yog Breath Team publishes weekly asana tutorials for you to help you get into the right practise and understand about various benefits and contra-indications of postures.

Sometimes, reading about a practise can awaken questions and the desire to learn yoga on a much deeper level.

Therefore, we have established three Yoga Alliance registered Yoga Teacher Training Programs that aim to guide you into advanced and higher levels of yoga.


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  1. Jane

    Hi there I really appreciate your blog posts especially the weekly Asana tutorial. I try to practice every day but sometimes I don’t find the time due to my busy work. I hope to join your 200 hour yoga teacher training in may this year because yoga has been my passion for a long time already. I practice for the last 2 years now. Does this make me eligible to join your yoga teacher training course ? I read that the 200 hour TTC is for beginners/ intermediates… well, all the best for you and hopefully see you soon!
    Jane

    1. BipinJi

      Namaste Jane, thats very nice of you! Thanks 🙂 Yes, you can join our 200 hour yoga teacher Training in india as a beginner/intermediate. Our 200 hour yoga teacher Training is for anyone who wants to deepen their yoga practise and expand their knowledge and understanding about yoga. It’s especially very beneficial if you work a lot/ wantto release some tensions and stress. Please let us know if you have any more questions! We would be happy to meet you this year!
      Love and Light,
      Your Gyan Yog Breath Team

  2. Ina

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    1. BipinJi

      Namaste Ina, at Gyan Yog Breath, we always aim to provide a safe and supportive environment for our students in order to learn well and blossom. We keep our student numbers limited so that our students can grow in a family-like space without feeling anonymous. You are of course welcome to join our 200 hours yoga teacher Training in May 2018. We still have availability & you can book your seat here:
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      Love and Light
      Your Gyan Yog Breath Team

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