Plancha yoga

Plancha yoga

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Chaturanga yoga

The plank pose (also called phalankasana or kumbhakasana) is a sahasrara chakra warm-up for everyone. There are also too many conflicting opinions on how to perform it correctly.
As you can talk for hours about a single posture, in this post I wanted to clarify something that for me is very important and that has been a source of conflict (and still is) between yogis for a long time: how to place the upper back in plank.
The nuance that I like my students to learn well and that, I genuinely believe, makes a difference in their practice (as it did in mine when they discovered it to me), is the high back. Its placement is vital to get the most out of the posture.
The plancha posture is part of the Sun Salutation sequence. We do it practically in every yoga class so doing it perfectly is essential for our health because, a bad execution of the postures time after time prolonged in time will create an injury in the body. To avoid this, I have created the Online Mini-Course “Greet the Sun as Shiva commands”. Throughout about 2 hours and about 18 videos I explain how to nail your Sun Salutation so that injuries do not worry you and I can

Wikipedia

The Plank Pose is one of the most classic Yoga postures. Every yogi knows it and incorporates it into his regular routine thanks to its great benefits. It has some similar postures, so I will explain the differences and the meaning of the name.
Just a piece of advice before knowing its meaning, see how to do the Tablet Pose step by step and know its benefits: Patience with it! I remember the first time I tried the Plank, I ended up tired. Surely it will happen to you too. If not, congratulations! But if you have the same feeling I had, it’s okay. You have to improve day by day, little by little.
The Tablet Pose is so called because the firmness of the asana reminds us of a table, totally straight. In Sanskrit it is called Utthita Chaturanga Dandasana, because it is born from a more general position of the body, which serves for many others. I will briefly explain its meaning.
Dandasana means “staff posture” and is the name of a very used asana. Staff in Sanskrit is used to talk about the spine. The relationship is very simple: a cane is used to support you and the spine is the part of the body that keeps the human being upright. Many postures in which we train and keep the health of the spine

Phalakasana benefits

The Plank Pose is one of the most classic Yoga postures. Every yogi knows it and incorporates it into his regular routine thanks to its great benefits. It has some similar postures, so I will explain the differences and the meaning of the name.
Just a piece of advice before knowing its meaning, see how to do the Tablet Pose step by step and know its benefits: Patience with it! I remember the first time I tried the Plank, I ended up tired. Surely it will happen to you too. If not, congratulations! But if you have the same feeling I had, it’s okay. You have to improve day by day, little by little.
The Tablet Pose is so called because the firmness of the asana reminds us of a table, totally straight. In Sanskrit it is called Utthita Chaturanga Dandasana, because it is born from a more general position of the body, which serves for many others. I will briefly explain its meaning.
Dandasana means “staff posture” and is the name of a very used asana. Staff in Sanskrit is used to talk about the spine. The relationship is very simple: a cane is used to support you and the spine is the part of the body that keeps the human being upright. Many postures in which we train and maintain the health of the spine carry the term Dandasana in the composition of its name.

Cobra yoga

In Yoga there are several postures of “Arm Support” that would be equivalent to the Tables or Planks of fitness, and that by involving the action of much of the musculature, shoulders, arms, core and legs, get to strengthen our silhouette in a global and functional way.
The 5 postures of the Tablet most practiced in yoga are distinguished by the points and parts of support of the body and its level of difficulty. Here you can see how they differ and how to execute them as a yoga asana, rather than as a strength exercise, so you can practice them with a good technique along with breathing.
This is important because planks are postures prone to injury, especially when we repeat them in sequences or Vinyasas such as the Sun Salutation, without the proper warm-up or technique.
Remember, in yoga the smart thing to do is to know yourself and know that there are always simple options that do not require all our strength and that the more advanced ones require patience, good technique and physical and mental strength.