Matsyasana, or fish pose, has been called the ender of all diseases. By stimulating key organs, it flushes out built up toxins that could cause cancer, diabetes, and even asthma.
Sometimes, especially with beginners, this pose can be too much on the neck and upper back. Take your time to ease into the pose with feet on the floor and knees bent or legs straight out in front of you. As your hips and back relax, you will be able to reap the full healing benefits of this extraordinary pose.
Fish pose is wonderful for strengthening the upper back, improving neck posture, stimulating the muscles and organs in the belly, and increasing vitality and deep breathing.
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sarah warwick
sarah warwick

July 28, 2014

Thank you for this , love the photographs and the explanation is so simple illustrative. I shall use this explanation in my classes.

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