Visvamitrasana is named after a Warrior-King, who turned sage. While a beautiful and impressive looking yoga pose, Visvamitrasana also beneficial. It's an interesting combination of strength, balance, flexibility and grace. Several variations of this pose are practiced. From bent arm to straight arm, from supported leg to unsupported leg.
Watch Visvamitrasana Muscle Anatomy Animation.
To be fully prepared for this pose, one must have the following attributes.
Lateral Core Flexibility/Strength
Shoulder Adductors Flexibility/Strength
More often than not yogis wait till all of the above are develop to start practicing Visvamitrasana.
Our approach combines the fast flexibility development of kinesiological stretching techniques, with new and improved yoga progressions. The former take the pose apart into muscle groups. Each group is quickly stretched and lengthened. The later bring it all together into a beautiful target pose. Combining the kinesiological stretching techniques and progression, allows for fast and safe mastery of Visvamitrasana.
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Be sure to check out our Combination Package - Yoga Combo 3: Which includes:
- 3Downward Facing Dog
- 4Back Bridge
- 6Bird Of Paradise
- 7Locust Scorpion
- 8Double Hamstrings
- 9Lord of the Dance
- 10True Front Split
- 11Side Split
- 12Plow Pose
- 13Cow Face Pose
- 14Eagle Pose
- 15King Pigeon Pose
- 16Elbow lever
- 17Forearm Stand
- 18Hand Stand
- 20Eka Pada Sirsasana
Be sure to check out our Combination Package - Yoga Combo 2: Which includes:
- Bird Of Paradise
- Locust Scorpion
- Double Hamstrings