Noose Pose (Pasasana) – Learn How To Practice This Asana In 3 Easy Steps | Yoga With Nutan

NOOSE POSE

Sanskrit NamePasasana

Sanskrit Name Meaning – Pasa Noose, Asana – Pose

Type of Asana – Seated Twist Yoga Pose

Target Areas – Full Body


WHAT IS NOOSE POSE (PASASANA)?

Noose Pose (Pasasana) is a seated twisted yoga pose where your arms are wrapped around your legs in a squat position and your hands are clasped behind your back, forming a “noose”


DO NOT PRACTICE NOOSE POSE (PASASANA) IF:

  1. You have an abdominal, arm or leg injury

  2. You’ve recently had surgery

BENEFITS OF NOOSE POSE (PASASANA)

  1. Strengthens your upper body and core muscles

  2. Increases confidence, concentration and perseverance

HOW TO PRACTICE NOOSE POSE (PASASANA) IN 3 EASY STEPS

  1. Stand in Mountain Pose (Tadasana) with your legs hip width apart and bend your knees into a squat, with your buttocks sitting on your heels.

  2. Move your knees slightly to the left and turn your torso to the right. Press your left elbow outside your right knee. Wrap your right arm around you and touch both palms.

  3. Practice this asana for as long as you feel comfortable and then exit the pose and repeat on the other side.


PREPARATORY POSES


Garland Pose - Malasana


Bound Angle Pose - Baddha Konasana


Reclining Bound Angle Pose – Supta Baddha Konasana


Half Lord of the Fishes Pose - Ardha Matsyendrasana


Child’s Pose - Balasana


Bharadvaja’s Twist – Bharadvajasana


Cow Face Pose – Gomukhasana


Marichi’s Pose – Marichyasana


Revolved Side Angle Pose – Parivrtta Parsvakonasana


Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose - Supta Padangusthasana


Hero Pose - Virasana


FOLLOW UP POSES


Half Lord of the Fishes Pose - Ardha Matsyendrasana


Marichi’s Pose - Marichyasana

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