Pincha Mayurasana

Pincha Mayurasana: Key Gestures for Learning and Teaching

Pincha mayurasana is an advanced level inverted asana that in Sanskrit means "the pose of the peacock feather".

If you are a beginner to the Pincha Mayurasana posture, this class will give you the tools to start working on the posture.

Build the necessary strength and work progressively with these tips to reach pincha mayurasana safely.

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If you are a beginner to the Pincha Mayurasana posture, this class will give you the tools to start working on the posture.

Pincha Mayurasana Benefits:

In all the postures that we have been teaching you so far, we must pay attention not only to its final execution, but also to each gesture that will lead us to that final execution. Get on your knees on the mat in a neutral position, remember your arms are in line with your shoulders and your legs are in line with your hips. Take full breaths and become aware of the posture you are going to perform. Place a block against the wall, rest your forearms on the ground and hold the block with your hands.

You should try to make your elbows open as little as possible. In fact they should not be opened to perform the full posture. But now at first try to make them open as little as possible. Maintaining the line wrist-elbow, elbow-shoulder. Inhale deeply, and as you exhale, lift your knees off the ground by raising your hips and placing your legs completely straight.

Hold this pose for full breaths. Hold this pose for breaths. Take 5 full breaths in this position, lower to the starting position to rest and repeat with the other leg. Strengthens the cervical muscles. Provides flexibility to the shoulders. Provides flexibility to the legs. Expands the chest, thus improving breathing. Inhalation specifically.

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