Yoga poses benefit the practice of freeing from the knees, ankles, and other bone-based pains.
This is the Position of meditation posture. Although Practising regularly, Padmasana can cure the suffering from stiff legs, knees, ankles etc. So we want to practice first placing the right foot on the left thigh and the left foot on the right thigh. Hence the Position of both heels pressing on the nearest part of the abdomen. Now you rest your hands by keeping on your knees. Now Palms in the air with the tips of the index finger touching the thumb. Padmasana posture of the fingers is called ‘Jnana Mudra’. The index finger represents the individual soul, and the thumb is universal. The hands also rest flat on the knees. While practising these Asanas, we should keep our head and spinal column straight without straining.
Advantages: Practising this posture develops mental and physical stability. Even bring stiffness n knees and Joints. The nerves supply the blood with full swing in the abdominal body.
Sit straight and keep the heel of the left foot against the perineum, and the right foot is brought up to the pubic bone just above the genital organs and now holds the hands in the Jnana Mudra position. Practising this Asana develops mental and physical stability, calms the nervous s and cures stiffness in the knees and joints.
Svastika yoga poses of Padmasana:
Swastika means ‘auspicious’ or ‘staying good’. In this posture, keep the legs at crossing angles. The correct heel is placed against the left hip, and the left foot is against the right calf. The hands are placed in a lotus position. Practising this also helps to keep flexible of the body.
Sama means ‘symmetrical’. Bend the left leg with the foot directly on the ground. Put the right foot on the left, place the right heel against the public bone above the genital organs, and sit for some time. Keep straight the spinal column without strain.
This is another yoga pose of Padmasana; it is straightforward, sitting, and commonly crosses the legs. Keep the head and body straight, resting the hands on the knees. Stay sometimes, and keep straight the spinal column without strain.