Yoga monkey pose is a pose that many beginners want to unlock! In addition to taking photos and clocking in, the most important thing of monkey style is its posture effect! Correct practice of monkey pose has the following benefits: deep stretching of legs, thighs, groins, helping shape leg lines, relieving sciatica, strengthening hip muscles and other benefits! How can beginners unlock the monkey pose? The answer is: step by step! Today, I share 8 preparatory actions to unlock the monkey style.
As long as you keep practicing and practice correctly, you can also unlock the monkey style! Action 1.
Enter from the downward dog pose, exhale, tighten the core, bend the right leg and step forward, inhale on the back of the left knee, extend the spine, straighten the hands upward, exhale, tighten the core, sink the hips downward, and stay for 8-10 breathing actions.
Maintain the basis of the previous action, hold the left elbow and forearm on the ground, exhale the right knee outward, bend the left leg backward, bend the right shoulder backward, exhale with the right hand grasping the back of the left foot, tighten the core, sink the hips, and turn your head to look at the ceiling, Stop for 8-10 breathing actions.
Quit from the previous action, move the left calf to the ground, stretch the right leg backward, step on the ground with the heel, hook the toes back to inhale, extend the spine, exhale, tighten the core body, bend the hip forward, and stop for 8-10 breathing actions.
Quit from the previous action, enter the dove inhalation, rotate the right hip outward, land the outside of the right leg, stretch the left leg backward and stick to the ground, and keep the hips on both sides horizontal with both hands folded, Stretch the spine, relax the shoulders, and stop for 8-10 breathing tips: from action 1-4, pay attention to changing the other side to practice action 5.
Sitting posture, straighten the legs forward, hook the toes back to inhale, rotate the right hip outward, press the palm of the right foot against the root of the left thigh to exhale, tighten the core, bend the hip forward and stop for 8-10 breathing, and exchange the other side action 6.
Exit from the previous action, enter the back of the legs to bend and inhale, extend the spine, exhale, tighten the core, bend the hip forward, Grasp your feet with both hands, stick your abdomen to your thighs, stick your forehead to your calves, and stop for 8-10 breaths.
You can easily complete the first 6 steps.
You can try to slowly enter the divine monkey pose from the semi divine monkey pose.
You can pad a yoga brick under your right hip, and keep the toes of your left foot hooked and stepped back.
Try to tighten the core, and stop for 8-10 breaths on each side of your gluteal muscles, step by step.
8 When you keep practicing action 8, you can also easily unlock tips: when practicing, pay attention to keeping the hips on both sides horizontal, don’t turn the hips, slowly and gradually within your ability, and don’t practice yoga for the final pose!..