Cow pose is a great way to open the upper back and stretch the spine. So far in my studies, I have come across two different ways to practice this pose.
Kumbhaka is taking a long pause either at the end of your inhale (Antara Kumbhaka) or at the end of your exhale (Bahya Kumbhaka).
If you’re looking for a yoga pose to stretch your hips or relieve low back pain, Crescent lunge pose is perfect. The benefits don’t just stop there, though.
Parivrtta eka pada rajakapotasana may look easy in the picture, but any time you rotate your spine, you want to make sure to move correctly to avoid injury.
I had never done the Toe stand yoga pose before, but all the pictures on Pinterest made it look so easy and peaceful. I decided to find out for myself.
Archer pose requires hip flexibility, core strength, and arm strength. Here’s how to modify Archer pose if you’re lacking in any of those areas.
Camel pose is a common cause of back injuries for people with tight hips or spines. Here’s the smart way to modify Camel pose and avoid injury.
For people with tight quadriceps and hip flexors, performing a quad stretch in Anjaneyasana can be quite challenging. With blocks and a strap, it’s easier.
Many people may not realize that the “inhale your arms up” part of Sun Salutations is an actual yoga pose, and it’s called Urdhva Hastasana.
Parivrtta Paschimottanasana is another wonderful rotation that allows you to calm your nerves and reset your central nervous system.
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