The Firefly Pose (Tittibhasana)

Firefly Pose is also known as Tittibhasana. The pose is an arm-balancing posture, and in this pose your legs extend to look like a firefly’s antennae. The pose puts a lot of weight and pressure on the wrists. It may be recommended to warm up your arms, shoulders, and wrists. It encourages the mobility and flexibility of joints and muscles.

Firefly Pose

Beginner’s Tip

You may simulate this position while gaining arm strength by sitting on the floor with your legs extended at a 90-degree angle. Place your palms on the floor between your legs after raising each heel onto a block. 

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 - Begin in the Forward Bend Pose, keeping your toes pointing slightly out and your knees slightly bent.
2 - Place your right hand through your legs to clasp your right calf and take your right shoulder behind your right knee. Put your right hand on the ground behind your heel with your fingers facing forward. Do this on the left side.
3 - Push your chest forward and lower your legs slowly on the back of your upper arms.
4 - Lift your feet off the ground and straighten your legs.
5 - Hold the pose for 15 seconds. To release the pose, release your feet to the ground with an exhale.

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The Advantages of the Firefly Pose

1 - Strengthen your wrists and arms to stretch the inner groin, legs, and back of the body.
2 - Torso, back, and inner groin.
3 - Improves your body balance and improves core strength.
4 - It improves the digestive system.
5 - Assist in tightening and toning the belly area.

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