Butterfly pose is a simple yoga pose, which is easy for beginners to practice.
It is mainly aimed at the legs.
It is the perfect posture to relax and stretch the leg muscles.
Butterfly pose is also an early preparation for entering beam angle pose.
For women, this pose also has a very important effect, which is to clean up the “sanitary dead corner” in the body.
Detailed explanation of posture: first sit and stand, adjust the position of your legs, make the soles of your feet contact each other, and try to put your feet close to the pubis.
In other words, try to pull your heels inward, hold your feet with both hands, straighten your back as much as possible, inhale and press your elbows on your thighs until your knees touch the floor.
(it’s hard for beginners to do this.
You can put yoga bricks or blankets under your knees) pull down as much as possible to make yourself comfortable.
Exhale and lift the knee again.
Repeat this action 15 to 20 times.
You can speed up the lowering and raising of the thigh to further relax the muscles.
The asana is named for this kind of clapping action.
Slow and deep breathing + easy slow to fast small swing of legs to regulate bad mood and unhappy state.
Slow deep breathing + legs always swing easily and greatly to promote abdominal blood circulation and regulate pelvis.
Internal pressure breathing + leg swing, regulate intestines and stomach and promote peristaltic function, stomach distention, stomach deficiency and stomach cold.
Jaw binding + leg swing, conditioning shoulder neck syndrome and cervical spondylosis, nerve headache and anemia.
Tip: when swinging the legs, they will vibrate and transmit to the body.
Swing the legs as easily as possible.
Don’t try hard.
Those with high blood pressure and low blood sugar should practice carefully.
Note: Yoga is very good, but if it is not done well, the possibility of injury also exists.
In addition, if the knee or thigh is injured, special attention must be paid to the correct method.
The “Butterfly” can open the meridians on the legs through the frequent movement of the legs, so that the Qi and blood can clear the sanitary dead corners of the body like a “broom”.
It can not only eliminate inflammation, but also increase the blood supply of pelvis and abdominal cavity, so that the internal organs can be supplied with Qi and blood and rejuvenate.
This vitality is reflected in the face, which is ruddy, white, spotless and delicate.
Tip for beginners: initially, you will find that your knees cannot touch the ground.
You can try to roll up two towels and put them under your thighs, or support them with yoga bricks.
As your flexibility improves, you can remove the towels.
Benefits for body parts: after a hard day, it’s a good way to relax and stretch your sore thighs, which is especially useful for those who run long distances, walk or ride a bike, or engage in activities that require them to keep their feet firmly on their feet.
It also helps open the hips and improve the flexibility of the thighs.
This posture can also stimulate reproductive and digestive organs.
Butterfly pose is an excellent posture therapy for relieving stress and fatigue: for women, it is an excellent posture because it helps to relieve some discomfort and pain caused by menstruation.
This posture is also very beneficial for postmenopausal women.
Butterfly helps open the hip and genital areas and is ideal for pregnant women.
Regular practice of this posture can relieve the pain caused by natural childbirth.
Regular practice of this posture is good for the kidneys, bladder, prostate and ovaries.
Variant: supine butterfly supine butterfly, as the name suggests, is a supine practice.
The posture provides a deeper sense of relaxation.
It can stretch not only your thighs, but also your back and chest.
When you are tired and want to stretch your back and legs at the same time, practicing this posture is very effective.
Beam angle beam angle is a deepened version of butterfly style.
Butterfly style is a mixture of static and dynamic stretching.
Beam angle mainly involves static stretching, so that you can further deepen butterfly style.
When practicing, fasten the soles of your feet and concentrate on trying to open the soles of your feet, just like opening the pages of a book.
While bending forward, keep your back smooth, and the weight of your elbows allows your thighs to open further.
Follow up pose: after mastering the butterfly pose, you can continue to practice the beam angle pose to further deepen the extension and extend the back.
Other follow-up poses, including frog pose, will further open the hips…