Embryo in Womb Pose (Garbha Pindasana)

The Womb Embryo Pose is a difficult pose that requires hip, knee, and ankle flexibility. This pose gives the name "uterus embryo" because the form resembles that of the vertebrate within the uterus. In fact, this creature is alleged to be useful for physiological conditions, preparing the vertebrate for the proper parturition position.

Embryo in Womb Pose

Beginner’s Tip

When folding in the lotus, move your calf and thigh like they're one connected unit. Once through the arms, relax the entire body. Breathe and carry up from the area within the final balance position, then jilt and rock-n-roll.

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 - Sit on a Lotus. Carry your knees and thread your hands through your legs one at a time. Your elbows should return through the opposite facet, along with your forearms facing the sky.
2 - Bend your arms with an exhale and rest your palms on your cheeks, fingers close to your ears. Balance your bones.
3 - Maintain the pose while taking deep breaths.
4 - Lower your legs with an exhale and unharness your arms. Repeat with the opposite leg up high.

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The Advantages of the Embryo in Womb Pose

1 - It improves flexibility in the knees, ankles, and hips.
2 - Strengthens birth and uterine aids.
3 - Stabilizes the adrenal glands.
4 - Massages lymphatic tissues, the kidneys, and the ureter channels.
5 - Stimulates digestion and improves overall body balance.

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