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Welcome To Day 1 of #GetEmotionalWithYoga
Today Pose is Any Balance
And This morning I taught about transition from #SirsasanaB
Place both hands on the mat,
Fingertips in line with the toes, put the crown of head on the mat, hands pressing on the mat, and slowly lift of your feet come up into Sirsasana, hold for 3-5 breaths
As you Exhaling, Bend the knees and softly place your knees onto triceps as close as possible to the armpits,
To lift your head is the most challenging part of the BALANCE,
Imagine that your head and your hips as two ends of a scale, so you have to fond the center line. Bring the hips down if you hope to raise your head off the floor.
As you shift your hips down, the weight on your head will lighten.
This is the moment to raise your head from the floor and to shift the chest slightly forward through the arms to come into balance.
As your head comes off the floor, press your shins against your upper arms and puff your back up so your spine is strongly rounded.
“Anytime we work with the body, we are also working with the mind and the energy system—which is the bridge between body and mind.”
The Asana practice can be physically intense, our breath and concentration help us to relax and calm the mind. Bringing our brain into a deeply focused, neutral state. This helps us process anything that is bothering us subconsciously, but that we weren’t able or willing to access directly.
Yoga gives to our mind a way to process the feelings we buried and pushed aside. This results in the confusion we experience when suddenly overwhelmed by emotion on the mat.
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