Do you know what takes a normal yoga pose and makes it a bind?
Well, yogic binds involve rotating the torso and shoulders and clasping the hands together.
They require both focus and flexibility.
- Takes your yoga practise to the next level
- Engages muscles
- Aids digestion
- Builds strength, flexibility, focus and mental balance
Great yoga poses to try a bind:
- Sage Marichi I
- Side Angle
- Half Lord of The Fishes
- Noose Pose
Tip for beginners:
If you find it challenging to clasp your hands, try using a strap, belt or tie to extend the arms, until you get more used to the practise.
Follow the step-by-step instructions in the infographic below to some classic yogic binds – I would love to know how you get on 😊
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This month’s guest blog has been kindly submitted by Health Perch – A digital health magazine – and shared by Simply Soulful Yoga, with many thanks.