The Fish Pose (Matsyasana)

This is a back-bending yoga posture that stretches and opens up your abdomen, throat, shoulders, and chest. This is the chest opening pose. In the pose, you place your body weight on your forearms and hips. It also helps to improve spinal flexibility and respiratory health. The pose helps to open the heart space, which increases energy and releases the tension in your shoulder area.

Fish Pose

Beginner’s Tip

In this stance, beginners occasionally strain their necks. Put a thickly folded blanket beneath the back of your head if you experience any pain in your neck or throat. Alternatively, you might also slightly lower your chest toward the floor.

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 - Lie down on your back on the yoga mat, and place your upper arms perpendicular to the floor.
2 - Puff your chest by rolling your shoulders back and firmly tucking your shoulder blades into your back.
3 - Press your palms on the ground. Place your hands under your butt. Then keep lowering the crown of your head back until it comes to the floor.
4 - Keep your legs straight and your toes active throughout.
5 - Hold this pose for 5 breaths. To release the pose, press your elbows down to lift your head and gently place your spine down on the ground. 

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The Advantages of Fish Posing

1 - Increased spinal flexibility and respiratory health.
2 - Help to open your heart and release tension in your shoulders.
3 - Extend your front body.
4 - Improves your body posture and relieves stress.
5 - It stretches and tones your front neck and abdomen.

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