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This sequence creates an opening for the hip flexors, it provides a challenge for the thigh muscles whilst making the practitioner develop an awareness in finding strength and balance through the feet. As the sequence progresses it integrates an opening for the anterior body incorporating
'Urdhva' - translates to 'upward' - 'Kukkut' - translates to 'rooster'
HOW TO PERFORM
Before attempting this posture one should be comfortable holding Padmasana (Lotus pose). It’s recommended to have warmed up the hip region in practice prior to attempting this asana. There are several ways to
HOW TO PERFOM
This posture is an intense forward fold. The asana requires a lot of flexibility in the hips, hamstrings and shoulders so it is very important that the physical body is warm and prepared prior to this posture.
• Start in Dandasana (Staff pose). Separate
As we approach the autumn equinox, Kirsty Gallagher provides expert tips including yoga poses, meditation and pranayama techniques to achieve balance during the changing sea- sons. And to make you feel even more ground- ed during the autumn months, we show you the best foods