Pose dedicated to the sage Marichi I (Marichyasana I)

Marichi was a sage, the son of Brahma. The universe was created by Brahma, according to Hindu mythology. In Sanskrit, marichi means "ray of sunshine." The pose is also called Marichyasana I, and Pose Dedicated to the Sage Marichi I. Marichyasana gets its name from the sage Marichi, and Marichyasana is additionally thought of as a part of the first series in Ashtanga Yoga, with several variations on the present pose. This seated forward bend pose is also a binding pose, with the thighs preparing to touch the abdomen while maintaining a firm grip on the interlocked wrists from behind during a twist. The essential component to mastering this pose is the actuation of the stomach while still inhaling slowly and deeply to keep up balance at the hips while in a forward bend.

Marichyasana I

Beginner’s Tip

Beginners frequently struggle to keep their bent-knee thigh preparing to the side of the body due to groin tightness. This makes it harder to notch the shin into the bodily cavity and wrap the arm around the leg. As you bring the arm forward in preparation for the pose, grip the bent-knee shin with the opposite-side hand and pull the thigh in against the aspect body part.

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 in Staff Pose. Bend your left knee and move your heel forward to your left sitting bone, keeping your foot flat on the ground with the knee informed up. Keep the area between your left foot and right thigh free.
2 - Keep the right leg straight and active by engaging the thigh muscles and keeping your toes up. Inhale, reach your left arm up, produce length within the spine, and ground your sitting bones.
3 - Fold forward as you exhale, reaching your left arm forward toward your left thigh. Turn your palm away from you to rotate your shoulder. Bend your elbow and wrap your arm around your bent leg to convey the rear of the hand to the aspect of the thigh or the hip.
4 - Bring your hands together, wrap your right arm behind your back, left prehension or articulation plana if they reach.
5 - As you exhale, fold forward even more, keeping the lower belly engaged and the right leg active, toes pointed up.

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The Advantages of Pose dedicated to the sage Marichi I 

1 - It stretches and strengthens your spine and calms your mind.
2 - Stimulates spinal nerves and improves circulation to the back muscles in your body.
3 - Tones and massages your internal organs, stimulating your liver and urinary organs.
4 - Work on stretching your hamstrings.
5 - Increases shoulder, hip, and wrist flexibility.

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