Yoga At Home: Issue 50

Ustrasana

Ustrasana is a heart opening pose which brings length across the front of the body by stretching the hip flexors (psoas), thighs, chest and neck. It will also strengthen your glutes and back muscles. Avoid practicing Ustrasana if you have a neck, back or knee injury, as well as during pregnancy. If you struggle with insomnia, back bends are best practiced in the morning.

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Ustrasana is a heart opening pose which brings length across the front of the body by stretching the hip flexors (psoas), thighs, chest
and neck. It will also strengthen your glutes and back muscles. Avoid practicing Ustrasana if you have a neck, back or knee injury, as well as during pregnancy. If you struggle with insomnia, back bends are best practiced in the morning.

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