Pashinee Mudra – Meaning, Procedure, Benefits, Precautions


By Dr Raghuram Y.S. MD (Ay) & Dr Manasa, B.A.M.S

Pasha is a noose. Pashini means ‘bound by the noose’. This is an advanced level gesture which can be performed by yoga practitioner. It is supposed to be most powerful gesture. It produces vibrant subtle energy. Therefore this gesture should be performed with caution. It is also considered one of the complex gestures in Hatha Yoga practice. Therefore it demands utmost discipline in learning and performing these gestures. It takes long time to master this gesture and use it effectively. It is also called as folded psychic attitude.
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Pashinee = noose / folded
Mudra = gesture / seal / mark / posture


  • Lie down comfortably on a yoga mat on your back.
  • First perform Halasana i.e. plough pose.
  • Bring the legs about one and half feet apart.
  • Bend both your legs at…

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