-by Kelsey Skrinde | 08/08/2017 |
Supported Shoulder Stand/Sarvangasana
- Tones legs.
- Stretches shoulders and neck.
- Can help improve digestion.
- Calms brain and helps reveal stress and depression.
Foundation & General Alignment:
- Start in bridge pose, place hands on low back.
- Slowly lift feet off ground and bring them over head.
- Foundation is backs of arms, upper back, and head.
- Entire body is engaged.
- Legs are not straight up into air, feet are either pointed or flexed.
- Shoulders are back and away from ears.
- Make sure to keep a natural curve in the neck.
- Arms are too wide, not shoulder width apart.
- Neck is flat on ground.
- Holding breath.
- For more advanced pose legs can be straight up in air.
- Knees can be bent to help with balance.
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