Shoulder Stand (Salamba Sarvangasana)

The Shoulder Stand is also known as Salamba sarvangasana and supported shoulderstand. Sarvangasana has been nicknamed "mother" and "queen of all the asanas." The yoga pose involves the entire body and revitalizes it. Posture strengthens muscles and lowers the probability of urinary organ and bone unwellness.

Shoulder Stand

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 - As you prepare for Bridge pose by lying down on your yoga mat with your legs bent and your feet flat on the floor, start to walk your shoulders underneath your upper back as you feel your chest gently rise.
2 - As you enter Bridge pose, lift your hips off the floor and extend your arms out to the sides so that they almost touch your heels.
3 - As you lift up into the balls of your feet and extend one leg up, firmly press into the palms. Extend the next leg up while bending your elbows and placing your hands on your low back to form a shelf. Don't swivel your head to the side to look around the room after you've raised your legs, because doing so can harm your neck. Instead, maintain a straight neck and an upward gaze.
4 - To increase stability, lift up through the balls of your feet while walking your hands further up your back. Feel your chest reaching toward your chin to support opening the upper back.
5 - To straighten your body, move your hips toward the front of the room and your feet toward the back. With your feet over your hips and your hips over your shoulders, you are in proper alignment.
6 - Hold this position for up to ten breaths. To get out of this position, roll carefully from the Plow stance by crossing your feet back over your head.
 

The Advantages of the Shoulder Stand

1 - Calms your brain and helps to relieve stress and depression.
2 - Stretch the neck and shoulder muscles.
3 - Aids in the relief of menopausal symptoms.
4 - Assist in the treatment of asthma, sinusitis, and infertility.
5 - It improves the digestive system.

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