1.Ensure that you are warmed up before going into anyone advanced poses.
2. Always use wall for support if you are a beginner.
3. Use blocks to lift or support wherever appropriate.
4. Make sure to change the sides and hold for the same length of time on each side in order to avoid development of unnecessary deformities.
5. Always always alway do a counter pose for every poses you practice at all times.
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Apart from a couple of backbends poses like bridge, camel, bow, and wheel poses that we do in normal classes, we don't see many other backbends that involve full shoulder rotation and hip extension in the same pose. One-legged pigeon splits are a great way to open up your shoulders and hips leaving you feeling spacious, flexible, and free.
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In this special episode of COVID-19 fight - Yoga With Yewang, we learn how to do crow pose with or without props. The concept of this practice using prop/props (block, dumbells, etc) under your hands to create more space or under your feet to give an extra lift is the same as practicing without a prop. Pay attention to how to go into and come out of the pose.
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