Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
How to Perform Matsyasana?
While lying down place your hands palms downward beneath your tights. Push your body forward keeping your weight manly on your elbows. Lift the chest and drop your head back on the floor. Keep your chest expanded. Remember to keep the weight on your elbows. Only a slight pressure is applied to the top of your head.
Without forcing breath deeply expanding the ribcage and the abdomen. To come down lift the head slightly and lower your back into the ground.
Lets do that again. Place your hands under your tights. Lift the chest and drop your head back on the floor. Expand your chest. Stretch your neck gently backward. Never strain or force your body into a asana.
This posture removes stiffness in the cervical and lumbar regions and increases blood circulation in these areas. It increases the capacity of the lungs and relieve asthma and other respiratory problems
Lift your hand and lower your body into the ground. Relax and breath
Benefits of Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
Remove stiffness from the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions
Massages shoulders and neck
Increases capacity of the lungs
Helps to relieve asthma and other respiratory problems
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