🦋Amazing potential of human body. Well done E !💖 .

🌟Restorative yoga is a style of yoga that encourages physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Gentle, supportive, and therapeutic are just a few words that describe restorative yoga. At its core, restorative yoga is a practice of passive healing. .

🌟This yoga style is known for its ability to activate the parasympathetic nervous system. This is the “rest and digest” part of your nervous system that helps keep basic functions working as they should. .

🌟 Benefits- *Relaxes your mind and body. *Soothes the nervous system. *Enhances your mood. *Reduces chronic pain. *Improves sleep. *Improves well-being. *Works as part of an overall treatment plan for chronic health conditions (2018 study-https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29343927/) .

💗About Pigeon Pose-

🔆Pigeon pose (Eka Pada Rajakapotasana) – a multi-muscle hip stretch is the perfect pose to release tension and maintain hip flexibility because it stretches both the hip rotators (buttocks area) and the hip flexors (the muscles that run along the front thighs and pelvis).

🔆Pigeon pose helps to elongate the back, open the hips, groin and hamstrings, can alleviate pressure on the low back and decrease symptoms of sciatica. Open hips can also release negative energy and feelings from your system – tension, stress and anxiety are often stored there.

🔆Pigeon pose can stimulate the internal organs, stretch the deep glutes, stretch the groin and the posts, relieve impinged piriformis, alleviate sciatic pain and help with urinary disorders. There are a few instances when pigeon pose should be avoided, including sacroiliac or back injury, ankle injury, certain knee injuries and extreme tightness in the hips. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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