The pelvic floor is a series of connected muscles and tissues that cradle the uterus, bladder and bowels. To strengthen this area, activate mula bandha during every yoga pose by engaging the muscles you would use to stop the flow of urine. Draw the pelvic floor muscles upward toward your belly button. When you engage mula bandha, do not hold your breath. Instead, breathe deeply and evenly…
Viparita Karani Pose. Yoga pose for muscle fatigue and preventing exhaustion. "This soothing, restorative posture calms the nervous system, eases muscle fatigue, and helps restore healthy, restful breathing. Many yoga instructors offer it as an antidote to exhaustion, illness, and weakened immunity.”
Viparita Karani, or Inverted Action Pose, is an intermediate yoga asana, in which the practitioner lies down on a mat and lifts the legs perpendicular to the ground. Yoga practitioners consider it as a pose that improves pelvic circulation and increases the blood flow to face, neck and thorax and improves the functioning of adrenal, pituitary and thyroid glands. It is also referred to as legs-up-the-wall pose.
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