If your lower back is tight or you shouldn’t drop your head for med­i­cal rea­sons…

Yoga Journal - - YOGAPEDIA -

TRY a vari­a­tion at a wall. Stand fac­ing a wall with your feet slightly wider than your hips. Bring your palms to the wall di­rectly in front of your hips. Spread your fin­gers wide, and press against the wall. Take a deep breath in; then, on an ex­ha­la­tion, walk your feet back, and bend at your hips un­til your torso is par­al­lel to the floor and your legs and arms form an L shape. Keep spread­ing your fin­gers, and bring your ears in line with your bi­ceps. Let your heart soften to­ward the floor, and drop your tail­bone to­ward your heels. If you feel sen­si­tiv­ity in your lower back, bend your knees.

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