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Strengthening Your Upper Body Not only does a handstand force you to engage your core, but of course it also forces you to use your upper body to stay upright, especially your arms and shoulders. Just think about it, doing a handstand means that you are literally standing on your hands, thus you are supporting all of your weight with your upper body and your arms. Relieves Stress Headstand is known as a cooling posture, meaning that it helps you to draw your attention inwards. This posture is extremely helpful if you are having anxiety, stress, fear or otherwise worrisome thoughts. Combine headstand with long, slow breathing and you have a recipe for stress relief. Increases Focus When you turn upside down, you are increasing the blood flow to your brain. This can help to improve mental function, and increase you sense of focus.Along with helping to reduce fear and worry, this posture will improve your ability to keep your mind sharp and clear. No Equipment Needed Personally one of our favorite parts about handstands is that they give you a good workout while also taking away the need for exercise equipment. Equipment like weights, resistance bands, and other exercise tools can cost a whole lot of money, which of course is something which we would rather avoid. If money is a little tight for you, handstands are a cheap and equipment free alternative to other expensive exercises. Improves Blood Flow To The Eyes When you flip over, you will be sending extra oxygen and nutrient rich blood to the head, and that means more will be getting to your eyes. This can help to prevent macular degeneration and other eye issues. Increases Blood Flow To The Head And Scalp Headstand is an awesome posture if you want to optimize the nutrient flow to your head and scalp. You can help your body deliver extra nutrients and oxygen to your scalp, thereby improving nutrient delivery to your hair follicles by turning upside down. You never know, perhaps a consistent headstand practice will help you grow a more luscious head of hair! Increased Grip Strength The next thing that handstands can do for you is to increase your grip strength. When you stand on your feet your heels
I love going to the gym, and I feel proud and fit. That, for me, is aspirational. There are things you can do in a very healthy, natural way. This is how I work with my body to make it the best I can be. That's the shape that I have, just toned and tight. Generally speaking, I love a workout that includes stretching and toning exercises for whole body and core on the mat. That's YOGA..... !!!
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The purpose of yoga is to build strength, awareness and harmony in both the mind and body. Increased flexibility Increased muscle strength and tone Improved respiration, energy and vitality Maintaining a balanced metabolism Weight reduction Cardio and circulatory health Improved athletic performance Protection from injury Full house Thursday 😍💖 thank you so much for letting me to guide you on your practice. Namaste beautiful Yogis 🙌🙏💖💦💦