Introduction: The Hare pose or Shashankasana is a forward bending asana with mild version that calms tensions and nourishes the brain. It is a dynamic practice with the final position acting as a relaxation posture. The Hare pose also known as the Moon pose is very easy to perform and therefore, can be done by anyone irrespective of age.
Type of Level: Hare pose (Shashankasana) falls under the category - beginner’s level. As it is easy to practice, you can follow this pose if you are about to begin your yoga session for the very first time.
How to Perform:
Note: There are several variations of Hare pose or Shashankasana. One method of performing the pose includes placing hands behind the back instead of moving them to the front.
Benefits of Hare Pose (Shashankasana):
Best Place to Perform: Choose a well-ventilated and clean place to perform the Hare or Moon pose. Before you begin, make sure the yoga mat is kept on a clean and even surface. The place should also be free from noise.
Precautions While Performing Hare Pose: