Today we breakdown Four-Limbed Staff Pose.
Sanskrit: Chaturanga Dandasana
This asana is one of the most frequently practiced poses next to Down Dog in Ashtanga & Vinyasa Flow styled yoga classes. It is also a major strength builder for the arms and shoulders as well as the core. It is typically practiced in tandem with upward-facing dog transitioning to downward-facing dog incorporating a specific meditative flow with breath.
This pose can cause injury to wrists and rotator cuff of the shoulder if practiced incorrectly or with overuse.
This pose should be done with patience & care.
There are several modifications that are described in this episode suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners alike.
This new series will breakdown some of the most popular yoga poses you will see in most yoga sequences. Learning to do the individual pose correctly as well as how to modify the pose for your body or create more challenges for those who are more advanced will make your yoga practice more fun allowing you to experience the true benefits of yoga and most importantly prevent injury at the same time. Listen to the yoga pose breakdown and follow along. Check out my website where you can find more information about the pose.
Consult medical advisement before beginning any exercise regimen including yoga.
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