Position Bhujangasana Cobra Pose

Inhale as you gradually slide your chin, neck, and head forward—up and off the floor—as you maintain your hand placement securely on the floor. Allow your belly and lower torso to sink onto the floor as your upper back arches up from the floor. Point your toes so that the top surface of each foot rests in contact with the floor. Your arms straighten as you lift up into what Fig. YPS.li; Cobra Pose is known as bhujangasana, or "Cobra Pose." This posture provides a strong backward bend, so lift your chest, pull down and away with your shoulders, and arch your upper back as much as you can to get the greatest stretch possible.

Fig. YPS.lg: Plank Pose—Modified Push-up Position

Fig. YPS.lh: Knees, Chest, and Chin to the Floor

Fig. YPS.lh: Knees, Chest, and Chin to the Floor

Fig. YPS.lj: Downward-Facing Dog

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