Hanumanasana is also known as Monkey Pose. In this yoga posture, the body is folded in the posture of Bajrangbali. The initial posture of this asana is a bit challenging as it also involves making the body flexible. This asana is done by sitting comfortably on the ground and continuous inhalation and exhalation is also practiced. This asana is very beneficial for women.
First sit on the ground. Sit with your legs stretched back and forth (two different directions). Keep the knees of both the feet apart from each other. Keep the right leg forward and extend the left leg backward. Now take a deep breath. Exhale and tilt your torso forward. During this your fingers should touch the ground. Now keep your left knee behind in such a way that your right foot touches the ground forward. After coming in this posture, raise your arms above your head. Join both the palms. Bring your arms up as far as possible. Slightly tilt the torso and palms back. During this, keep breathing normally. Try to stay in this pose for as long as you can comfortably. Then come back to the previous state.