Janushirasana (head to knee pose)derives its name from two Sankrit words, 'Janu' means 'knee' and 'siras' means 'head'. In this asana head is made to rest on the knee.
Sit in sitting pose with both the legs extended in front. Toes and heels are together. Place both palms on the knees.
Repeat this asana three times. If your body is not flexible enough, try to touch the respective knee with your hands and gradually you will be able to touch the toes. Do not bend your knees while bending forwards.
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