💫 drop back into Upward-Facing Bow Pose ( Urdhva Dhanurasana )💪🏻 💫
benefits: 🔥it opens the shoulders,chest and hips. 🌿the action of leaning your upper body backwards far enough that you can gently land your hands on the ground behind you requires and develops a deep opening throughout the entire upper body.the strength required from your legs to hold you up as you lean back to drop back, and the power you need to lift yourself back up to standing from your dropped back position means you’re getting a killer leg workout as you practice this sequence. 🔥it strengthens the mind. 🌿because of the focus and body awareness required in drop backs is much greater than in many other asana, practicing this sequence on a regular basis strengthens your mind and mental resolve. Keeping your mind fully engaged in your body and breath as you drop back is an excellent form of meditation.
How do I do it ?🤔 💪🏻stand a few feet away from a wall, with your back to the wall. next, plant your feet and bring your hands into prayer at your heart center. inhale and reach your arms up over your head. then, slowly and mindfully, lean backwards, reaching your hands towards the wall behind you. 💪🏻once your hands make contact, pause for a breath, turning your fingers down towards the floor. then, as you feel comfortable, slowly walk your hands down the wall, stopping whenever you feel you’ve had enough. If you can bring your hands all the way down to the floor, do so. 💪🏻breath in your wheel pose for a breath or two. then walk your hands back up the wall to come back to your standing position. rest.
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