I ❤️ pincha mayurasana!❤️
-> I learned to balance with a block... 1000 times... but I got much more in return!!!🌺
-> Pincha Mayurasana, Forearm Stand, Feathered Peacock Pose…whatever your preference when it comes to naming this challenging inversion, the plentiful benefits remain the same.
1. Upper Back Strength
2. Improved Balance
3. Calming The Mind
4. Igniting The Side Body
This upside down shape requires a lot of muscular toning in the outer torso area. The muscles that zig-zag between the ribs are known as the serratus muscles and they are activated in a big way in Pincha.
These muscles are what help us lift up and out of the shoulders and arms, and provide a stable upside down stance.
5. Stretch Out
Even a straight up-and-down Pincha stretches out the front of the body,
6. Enticing Focus
7. Develop Arm Strength -> Have fun and be safe, yogis
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