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How to do the half bridge and full bridge pose

Onlymyhealth Editorial Team, Date:2016-06-17

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Getting up in the morning and then rushing to the gym, getting up and then going for a run and walk when the entire world is in their beds, cozily snuggling with their pillows doesn’t at all sound fair but staying healthy is another need that you cannot over look. We all are miserably leading a very unhealthy lifestyle, owing to a diet full of junk, commute that includes cars and bikes and no walking or cycling and then an extremely disturbed sleep schedule. What are we supposed to do? We cannot maintain a healthy lifestyle, no matter how hard we try or maybe we should try a little bit harder. Although we do not have time for gyms and a proper diet, we can definitely give just half an hour for a very beneficial and convenient yoga pose that is deemed as the best yogasana by experts for lower back health and other overall body health, bridge pose. Although, yoga in itself is a very powerful method to attain overall pace and health for mind, body and soul but the pose that we are talking about, has great benefits for core and lower body strength and flexibility, it also lengthens and strengthens the spine but in case, anyone who has suffered a back or spine injury, must not even try these poses. Even a chronic injury makes you unfit for this yoga asana. Bridge pose here is divided in two poses, one is half bridge and the other is full bridge pose. Both the poses have equal benefits, just observed with variations. Half bridge is where you life your pelvic portion while lying down and join your palms together while in full bridge pose, you lie down and then arch up your pelvic portion while the weight of your entire body is on your hands and palms.
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