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Flying Bird Yoga for flexibility

Grand Master Akshar
30th Aug 2017
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Keep up the excitement and thrill of yoga workouts with Flying Bird Yoga, the latest innovation by Yoga Innovator, Akshar. This is a novel form of yoga that offers flexibility, enhanced concentration, and toned muscles.

Yoga is one of the most ancient forms of exercise invented by mankind. However, the beauty of Yoga lies in its flexibility and versatility. Flying Bird Yoga - the Aerial Yoga, is the latest innovation in the world of yoga which utilises this exceptional quality of yoga to provide an absolute mind-body-and- soul experience without compromising on its authenticity.

The working class in our country undergo many physical and mental illness caused by work pressure; food habits and lifestyle habits, etc and they look for activities which can be a great way to de-stress. Yoga is an antidote for depression and many work- related mental conditions. Today, a larger section of the crowd, especially working professionals don’t like to compromise on the thrill and fun factor even while working out. Flying Bird Yoga brings together loads of fun elements into the oldest form of Himalayan Yoga and thereby unveils to today’s generation, a wealth of health benefits by providing them with a holistic workout regime.

There's no denying the fact that this is one of the toughest challenges for normal yoga enthusiasts. A combination of upper body strength and stamina is required to master the moves. Aerial yoga and Pilates stimulate your endorphins, to boost your mood naturally, and they can help strengthen your core and increase joint mobility. Flying Bird Yoga helps to build strength and stamina; it’s both challenging and fun.

Flying Bird Yoga offers many of the same benefits as regular yoga, but it also has some additional ones. Since you have more freedom of movement, you can move your body into new positions. In some cases, this can result in a deeper and more fulfilling stretch than what traditional yoga offers.

 

Flying Bird Yoga could increase motion in the joints and allow for greater stretching of your muscles. However, the most important and beneficial aspect of the aerial yoga is that you are able to completely stretch out the spine. When we are sitting or standing all day, the spine compresses and tension is built up in the curves of the spine - either your lumbar spine or perhaps an upper thoracic area where we may tend to hunch. By hanging upside down in the aerial slings, you are able to completely decompress the spine, and elongate the space between the joints.

By putting yourself in a more challenging situation than usual, aerial yoga forces you to be more alert and aware of your surroundings. You will likely also try to concentrate harder because you’re not used to being suspended in the air during your yoga practice. Aerial yoga is also a great core workout because you have to engage your core muscles to balance and stabilise yourself during your yoga session because gravity is working harder on your body than usual, your muscles work harder too.

Much like traditional yoga, aerial yoga is great for stress relief. Not only do you use poses and stretches common to other forms of yoga to relieve stress, but you also experience the joy of knowing that you did something new and exciting, which makes you feel good.

Flying Bird Yoga helps you move more freely, with less effort, by counteracting gravity. Suspension in the air releases tension on the bones and muscles, increasing flexibility and deepening your practice. Suspended yoga strengthens core muscles and increases spinal and shoulder flexibility.

Flying Bird Yoga has many more benefits like:

  • Psychological effects.
  • Improves balance.
  • Aids digestion.
  • Improves memory
  • Cure heart diseases and old age diseases.

(Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of YourStory.)

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