Dolphin Pose (Ardha Pincha Mayurasana)

In Sanskrit, ‘Ardha’ means half. ‘Pincha’ is Feathers, and ‘Mayura’ is Peacock. It's an inversion and a standing pose. After you try Ardha Pincha Mayurasana, your body feels like an inverted ‘V’. During this attitude, you've got to stay on your forearms and your toes on the ground, and the remainder of your body is raised to create a V form. This attitude is legendary as the Dolphin Pose. This attitude is additionally called the Half-Feathered Peacock and the Puppy Pose. This is very similar to the Downward Facing Dog pose, except that your forearms are on the bottom instead of your palms.

Dolphin Pose

Beginners’ Tip

As a learner, it's going to be laborious for you to get into and keep this stance. To assist you with it, merely open up your shoulders. For this, raise your elbows on a rapt (rolled) up blanket, and press your wrists solidly to the ground.

NOTE: Before you start this, consult your doctor or an exercise professional about this pose. Don't try to do it alone.

Tip To Do -

1 - Start the pose by getting down on your knees and hands.
2 - Keep your forearms on the floor. Make sure that your elbows and shoulders are in a parallel line.
3 - Raise your buttocks and back while keeping your legs straight and tucking your toes.
4 - Make sure your shoulder blades are firm and in line with your ribs. Unharness (free) your neck.
5 - By raising your shoulders far away from your ears,
6 - After that, proceed to your arms.
7 - At that time, take four to six deep breaths. Take 3 long and deep breaths and hold the position for thirty to sixty seconds.

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The Advantages of a Dolphin Pose

1 - It calms your mind and relieves depression.
2 - It stretches your aches in the feet, shoulders, calves, and hamstrings.
3 - Work on arm and leg strength.
4 - Provides strength to your bones and is useful in pathology.
5 - Stimulates the organic processing organs and consequently improves digestion.

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