- Retaining the breath, place the knees on the floor.
- Lower the chest so that it touches the ground.
- Let the chin touch the lower part of the throat.
- Lower the forehead so that it touches the ground without allowing the nose to touch the ground.
- Pull the stomach inwards. See that it does not touch the ground.
- Then exhale. The chest should lie between the arms.
- This asana strengthens the arms,
- If women practice this asana before pregnancy, infants feeding on breast are saved from various diseases.
- This asana cures obesity and lack of virility.
- By Ashtangapranipatasana the body becomes light and cheerful.
- bones in the trunk get stronger by Ashtangapranipatasana.