Feathered Peacock Pose (Pincha Mayurasana)

In Sanskrit, pincha means feather, mayura means peacock, and asana means position. The yoga pose that resembles a peacock with its feathers up. The legs agree with the feathers, whereas the forearms seem like the feet of the peacock. So this yoga pose gets the name Feather Peacock pose.

Feathered Peacock Pose

Beginner’s Tips

If you find it tough to prevent your elbows from sliding far away from one another during this pose, buckle a strap and loop it over your upper arms, just higher than your elbows. Extend your arms straight in front of you at shoulder height and modify the strap so it hugs your outer arms. Then use the strap within the pose. However, consider pushing the arms slightly in, away from the strap, instead of letting them deform into it.

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 - If you're unaccustomed to this pose, try it against a wall for support. Begin on the work surface with your palms and forearms on the ground. Your forearms ought to be parallel to every other option at shoulder length.
2 - Bend one of your left knees and step in, extending through the heel of the opposite leg. Take some applied hops.
3 - Lift your active leg while kicking your opposite foot off the ground, then straighten your leg by pushing through the heel. Many times, on every occasion, pushing off the ground a touch higher.
4 - Eventually you'll be able to kick all the highs. You will crash into it initially, but with practice you’ll be able to swing your heels up gently.
5 - Keep in the pose for ten to fifteen seconds, operating your heart for one minute. Once you return to earth, attempt to not sink into the shoulders, and take away one foot at a time.

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The Advantages of the Feathered Peacock Pose 

1 - Opens the backbends and shoulders.
2 - Improves balance and proprioception.
3 - It helps to boost the general blood circulation.
4 - Offers sensible stretches at the neck, sternum, navel, and shoulders.
5 - It helps to strengthen the arms, core, back, and shoulders.

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