Fish Pose

how to do Fish Pose :

  1. Lay flat on your back with your legs outstretched and your arms at your sides.
  2. Put your hands behind your hips with the palms facing down. Your forearms ought to be tucked in close to your body.
  3. Lift your upper body off the floor and plant your elbows and forearms firmly into the ground. Lift your chest up to the ceiling while arching your back. You need to keep your head on the ground.
  4. Lean back slightly and place the crown of the head on the ground. Make sure your forearms are bearing the weight and not your head.
  5. press your chest up, To gently extend the front of your body.
  6. Hold the position for 15 to 30 seconds while taking a few deep breaths and relaxing your face and neck muscles.
  7. Lift your head off the floor after lowering your chest back to the floor to end the position. Spend a few breaths in the beginning position.

What is the benefits of Fish Pose :

The posture develops the muscles in the upper back and neck, encouraging a healthy spine. It also expands and widens the chest and shoulders. It strengthens the neck and throat muscles, which may help to reduce stress and increase flexibility. The posture can also aid in digestion, stimulate abdominal organs, and advance general digestive health.

tips about fish pose

Avoid placing excessive strain on your neck; instead, place your weight on your forearms and upper torso rather than your head.
You can place a folded towel or a small pillow under your upper back for support if you have neck or back problems or find it difficult to lift your chest off the floor.

As with any yoga or workout stance, it’s important to pay attention to your body; if you feel any pain or discomfort, leave the pose immediately and seek the advice of a yoga instructor or healthcare provider.

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