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Mayurasan

HOW TO DO MAYURASAN


For Forearm Hollow Back, or Pincha Mayurasana Hollow Back Variation, begin in a dolphin position. Your elbows down on the mat, I like to interlace my fingers or you can have your hands flat or even in prayer position. Press the elbows down, tuck the toes under and lift your hips up, pressing your chest back. Then look forward, walk your feet in, and lift one leg up to kick up into Pincha Mayurasana, or forearm stand. From here bend one leg,charge the straight leg over, and begin to drop your gaze. Bring your headthrough the gateway of your elbows. As you press your chest towards the back of the mat, you can also bend your straight leg for one variation. If you want to take the Tuck Pike variation, bend your knees, sit your butt back, and press your chest forward. 



 Namaste Friends My name is Sachin  and today we talk about a pose that ismentioned in hatha yoga pradipika one of the ancient books in yoga on yogabasically so if you read hatha yoga pradipika in Chapter number 1 Ver. number 30 to 31 talks about this pose that is a peacock pose or alsoknown as Mayurasana it tells us hold the earth with both the hands so basicallyyou're holding with both the hands place the sides of the navel on the elbows soplace the sides of the navel on the elbows Rose sorry rise above the groundlike a stick this is mayurasana and see the way the benefit talks about it saysthe shiri that is the name Mayurasana overcomes deffect of quickly destroyingall diseases so enlargement of the spleen stomach fire incinerates all badfood in fact it goes more ---- and makes the deadly Kalakuta.

 A poisondigestible what does that mean to say it says that when you do this pose whateverthat you eat in just digests now Kalakuta is a name of a poison in one ofthe ancient histories when the devil and the goddess fought with all the otherbenefits there was this poison poison also known as halahala okay so this isthe way it's a great mythological story you can just go and read itfriends patience and preserverance is the key to this asana so you need a regularpractice okay so as I told you its known as a peacock pose or mayurasanait's a advanced level arm balancing asana okay so whenever I say it's anadvanced asana what I mean to say is you need to prepare so anything theworld advance comes or intermediate comes please prepare okayso let's get into the contraindications people with race injuries or carpaltunnel syndrome even a light bit of wrist injury is straight no don't do itit's very intense on the wrist because the whole body is resting on the wristhernia that is something a displacement of the organ please don't do it. Highblood pressure definitely a no-no a heart problems, ulcer, pregnancy andmenstruation well it's simple knowing pregnancy because the elbows arecoming on the on the abdomen right and please attempt it on an empty abdomenyes you know most of the asanas on the empty stomach but this for sure okay sobefore you get into the pose two things are very important friends you too have a good core if you don't have a good core please watch our video on yoga for Beginner 

CIntermediate and Advance and then you do this posture you will enjoy doing it sofriends chaturanga dandasana would be great that is four limbed staff poseyou can say a shalabhasana that is a cricket post Goumukhasana that is yourcow face pose Urdhva Dhanurasana that is the wheel pose we have Balasanaand navasana and that is a boat pose so these are some of the postures that youneed to do before you get into this mayurasana so let's get started so that'sthe position we start with vajrasana so we can use a block okay so but right nowwe avoid it so remember friends your core is very important so in this positionVajrasana now you need to bend your arms like this so toes sorry your fingertips are pointing inwards okay now it is very important to check that your elbows don't go like that it should be alwaysnear fine so we don't need the elbows to in that position you don't get a greatbalance at the same time engage the core harden the core that would be agreat pose when you do it so I'm getting into the pose okay now from here I moveda little bit back so that's your preparation start with this just stretchit out give some nice stretch to you know forearms okay now from here what you're doing is you're letting the elbows come on thenaval region or at the solar plexus now friends it depends upon person-to-personsome people who have you know lower body weight more on the upper body weight more you have to try to search but then putting it above the naval regionwould be great or on the naval region so just take your call what do you feelgood about it so 

I need once again get into the pose okay now you can keep yourpalms a little bit away it's completely fine instead of keeping it together butyour elbows should be together okay so don't forget that when you're doing itso I do this I take the path a little bit wide take the elbows near okay andplace it on above my naval now from here open look in front widen the chest first try to keep it on the floor. Wow that was your Mayurasana or Peacock pose let me get my breath back. Friends it's awonderful pose it creates good digestive system so nowonce again it has tons of benefits friends its tones the entire digestivesystem and it revitalizes the internal organs the internal organs at the sametime it is great for the liver the Intestines the kidney the pancreasbecause it's working on your digestive system it makes the digestive systemstrong and that's the reason hatha yoga pradipika says that you know even thepoison like a Kalakuta can be digested so quite surprising but do take a pinch of salt okay so that's your pose it reduces the production oftoxins due to undigested food so it's a great detoxifying pose increases sexualvitality and energy reliefs condition of constipation so tons of benefits sodon't forget to add this practice as in impossible but do prepare yourself withgood core you have to keep your core firm to get into the pose


 I willrepeat it one more time so watch so uh let me try and see if it works with the block so now with this block I get a grip okay place it Wow now with this grip with a block Igot a better grip so you know just try this block and share your experiencewith me okay so enjoy the post and friends do hit thelike button and do subscribe if you have any comments or suggestions practice the pose and let me know if you're getting stuck somewhere do messageme I'll help you out thank you for watching friends namaste .


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