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Yoga World Record of Longest Time To Hold Ek Pada Rajakapotasana (One-Legged King Pigeon Pose)

What is the Yoga World record for the Longest time to hold Ek Pada Rajakapotasana? The Record For the Longest time to hold Ek Pada Rajakapotasana is 2 Minutes 28 Seconds. The World Record of " Longest Time To Hold Ek Pada Rajakapotasana"is Achieved by Pratiksha Dnyaneshwar Rangari. She Held Herself In Ek Pada Rajakapotasana (One-Legged King Pigeon Pose) For "2 Minutes 28 Seconds" On "10 Dec 2022" At "Amravati, Maharashtra, India" And Entered Her Name In The International Yoga Book Of Records On 15 December 2022. #Worldrecord #Yogaworldrecord #Yogaworldrecordbook #Longestyogasana #Internationalyogabookofrecords

Yoga World Record of Longest Time To Hold Ek Pada Rajakapotasana-Pratiksha dnyaneshwar rangari
Yoga World Record of Longest Time To Hold Ek Pada Rajakapotasana-Pratiksha dnyaneshwar rangari

Pratiksha dnyaneshwar rangari of Amravati, Maharashtra achieved a world record by holding herself in Ek Pada Rajakapotasana for 2 minutes 28 seconds. This is the longest time anyone has held themselves in this yoga pose and was certified by the International Yoga Book of Records.

Pratiksha's achievement is an inspiration to many and shows us that anything is possible if we put our mind and body to it. Her dedication and hard work has paid off as she now holds the world record for the longest time to hold Ek Pada Rajakapotasana. We congratulate her on her success and wish her luck in her future endeavors. This achievement is a testament to Pratiksha's dedication and hard work. It is also a reminder of how yoga can be used to achieve physical and mental wellness. Pratiksha's success demonstrates that with determination and practice, anything is possible! This achievement not only shows us how strong and determined Pratiksha is but also serves as an inspiration to all of us to push our limits and strive for excellence. Her dedication, hard work, and focus allowed her to break this world record. By setting this new benchmark, Pratiksha has set a new standard for yogis everywhere.

What is One-Legged King Pigeon Pose or Eka Pada Rajakapotasana

Eka Pada Rajakapotasana (One-Legged King Pigeon Pose) is, for many, a much-needed deep hip opener. The hips are the central hub of movement in your body. When they’re tight, it’s like wearing pants that are too small—the reduced range of motion in your hips, hamstrings, and spine creates discomfort. Opening this region improves circulation to your lower extremities, provides a better range of motion and will help you feel more at ease during meditation, seated postures, and in your everyday life. “This pose is an extremely effective hip opener that addresses both areas, with the front leg working in external rotation and the back leg in position to stretch the psoas. #Yogabookofrecords #Yogaworldrecords #Internationalyogaday #Internationalyogabookofrecords #yogaworldrecordbook



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