Monday, October 29, 2012

Rabbit Pose

In Part 2 in our series on Headstand, Scott shares a pose for people who don't feel comfortable with Headstand, which delivers most of the benefits.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would love to see this video but it was made private. Is there any way you could make it public? Thanks!

Scott Anderson said...

Oops! We released an expanded version of this video, but apparently forgot to update it here. Sorry about that!

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Yoga Teachers in India said...

one of those informative posts i get interested reading with. this is very helpful not just to bloggers but also to those readers out there.

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Studio of Yoga said...

Rabbit pose allows the nervous system to receive better nourishment to function at an optimum level. This helps bring blood to the brain. It massages the thyroid, lymph nodes and compresses the throat.

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If you practice headstand regularly, eventually it will become as natural as standing on your feet! Your neck, shoulders, and spine will be strengthened, and you will feel most of your weight passing through your crown. You will feel comfortable spending progressively more time with your legs overhead, and the benefits mentioned above will become increasingly apparent, manifesting in your life in numerous ways. As always, proceed with sensitivity to your body, recognizing your strengths and weaknesses.

Kamal Raj said...

Great blog! I knew headstand is very tough. When practice warm up yoga exercise then do rabbit pose, it will take time to do better in future. Thanks!

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