Parighasana or Gate Pose
Parighasana is one of the least complex yoga stances for tenderfoots, to begin with. The name is gotten from the Sanskrit Parigha, alluding to the bar that shuts an entryway, and asana, signifying “act.” It offers various physical, mental and profound advantages to the specialist regardless of its straightforwardness.
The opening up of the body in Parighasana gives various advantages, both physical and mental. This asana extends the sides, spine, and hamstrings. It is additionally known to open the shoulders and animate some of the body’s stomach organs.