Tuesday yoga tidbits: crow pose. Prep yourself to take flight. Start by propping yourself on blocks, like the first photo. Spread your fingers and press your palms down. Take cat/cows here, drawing your belly in. If this pose is scary, take time to feel your legs lifted off the ground, a block is great for this! When you're ready, whether it be minutes, weeks, months or years; place a block underneath your toes, wrap your knees around the outside of your triceps as high up towards your armpit...
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FLIP YOUR GRIP! A continuation of my previous 2 posts Warm up: DONT SKIP THE WARM UP GUYS 1. Chandra Namaskar 2. Yoga Sequence: King Pigeon Warm up 1 & 2 should take about an hour. YES an hour. Don't be all skippin and cheating Tips: You need very open pecs & shoulders to flip the grip, so if this sequence doesn't help you flip, you need to work on opening those areas (hence warm up) ❤ 1. SERVE THE TRAY Just note that your pigeon must be upright & stable I.e not falling over otherwise youuu
find the balance on your head and forearms with your feet low to the ground first bringing your centre of gravity (the hips) over your foundation (your head). And then slowly lift the legs one at a time and then upwards as if each centimetre is a step along the journey. This is not only safer for the neck and head but also a great strength builder to make you more controlled in your inversions - - - #yoga