5 asanas that will allow you to look at the world from a different angle.
Inverted asanas in yoga are considered the most effective and powerful in energy returns.
The practice of inversions stimulates the brain, improves blood circulation, normalizes blood pressure and gives confidence in one's abilities. Still would! Performing some asanas requires good physical preparation, determination and courage.
But by including these asanas in your practice, you will love inverted poses and begin to practice at a more advanced level:
The practice of this asana calms the mind, relieves tension in the body and puts thoughts in order. In the Plow position, the back surface of the legs and back is perfectly stretched.
The benefits of Salamba Sarvangasana cannot be overestimated. It activates energy, strengthens the muscles of the whole body, positively affects the thyroid and parathyroid glands, and stimulates the endocrine system. Asana also improves blood circulation and saturates the body with oxygen. Stay in the asana for at least 3 minutes.
One of the most important asanas, which strengthens the entire body, promotes the accumulation of energy in the body and stabilizes the state of the nervous system. This is a rejuvenating asana that increases blood flow to the head and relieves pressure from the lower body. Practice this asana for 1 to 5 minutes, depending on your training.
A forearm stance strengthens the shoulder girdle, arm and back muscles. In addition, to perform the asana, you need strong muscles of the abs and legs. Pincha Mayurasana develops a sense of balance, tones back muscles.
Adho Mukha Vrikshasana
A Handstand needs good physical and moral preparation. Sometimes the fear of falling prevents us from performing inverted asanas. It is better to carry out Adho Mukha to Vrikshasana under the supervision of an instructor or with the help of a wall or other support.
Asana strengthens the muscles of the body, arms, develops a sense of balance and straightens the posture. Before performing the asana, you need to warm up the body and perform a warm-up for the hands and wrists.
Inverted asanas should be included in practice in order to diversify it, harmoniously strengthen and develop the muscles of the body, as well as look at the world with a fresh - “inverted” look.