Much like the colors of that local fair, Yoga has a colorful journey segregating its mass into different categories of body and health care. The sturdy catalogue of a Yogic would tell you how much like a medical juncture analyzing you of your body issues, yoga would too look into your matters, diagnosing and giving you opt solution.
The only difference is, you can get a solution to your problems without having to intake chemical procedures and pills. There is always one yoga for a specific set of problems and here in today’s article we have just another one from the bag of many, this one being called Lolasana. To get things rolling, we shall talk about the steps into achieving the position and the benefits that we can reap form it.
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How To Do It:
The yoga name Lolasana is also called the pendant pose, mainly because there is a major section of hanging and support involved. One of the primary things to keep in mind while going through the yoga process is to clearly breathe, deep intakes unless advised to hold the breath in. this brings us to the steps of the posture where the word ‘Lola’ means to dangle in a to and fro motion, one of the reasons why it is called the pendant pose.
To start off, spread your yoga mat and get a soft cushion or pillow ready nearby. Kneel down on the floor with your sitting on your shin bone as your toes curl up underneath being rested on by the hip. Your knees will be protruding outwards. By now your neck should be straight aligned with your spice as you place your hands on either side. For the beginners who might have some trouble at the initial stages, you might want to opt for pillow cushions or a rest on which you shall place your hands. The hand placement varies from person to person based on their usual ease. It can be in front of you or at the side of you.
Now lean forward slowly as you bend down putting pressure on your arms. By now your back should cave in letting you bend your marrow to adjust to the body weight. Slowly lift yourself up by putting the pressure into your palms. Your arms will be distributing the entire pressure on themselves now as you hoist yourself up. This may not be an easy ordeal at the beginnings but with practice you will get there. Soon you will work yourself up to no cushions for hand support as well.
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How Does It Help Us:
1. Sense of coordination through body and mind cooperation is something that many of us have achieved at an early age, but there are still some unfortunate ones who fail to coordinate their nerves with their body function thereby resulting in low balance in your body. Through this exercise, you can attain balance power of your body.
2. This is a good way to strengthen your upper body muscles where lifting weights in the gym is similar to this where your arms are now lifting your own weight. By you supporting your body on your arms, not only is your arms benefitting but also the chest and shoulder muscles.
3. While you bend down and force your body to hoist up, a blood rush is occurring in your chest which ensures your heart is beating at the perfect speed. This also takes care of cardiac issues by opening up possible blockages and clearing out clogging.
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4. Body stiffness can be relieved by opting for this yoga where the strict back muscles have something to ponder on as it goes through a stretch and force situation. It tones your arms relieves any possible back muscle pain.