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Yoga postures � ardha matsyendrasana I

  1. Ardha matsyendrasana I is named after Matsyendra, the god of fish. It is the first and relatively easiest asana from a series of three intensive seated torsion postures that prepare the body for full (paripurna) matsyendrasana. This yoga exercise mainly trains the back, whereby the vertebrae are turned in a spiral with respect to each other. Ardha matsyendrasana trains numerous muscle groups. It is the ideal asana for those with stiff hips, shoulders and neck. Ustrasana, baddha konasana, paschimottanasana and the standing twisted postures, such as parivrtta trikonasana, are good preparatory exercises for the "sitting half-torsion I".

Contents

  1. Origin of ardha matsyendrasana I (seated half torsion I) Technic Considerations Elaboration Health Benefits of Ardha Matsyendrasana I (Seated Half Torsion I) Therapy

Origin of ardha matsyendrasana I (seated half torsion I)

  1. The Sanskrit word ardha means 'half'. Asana means '(sitting) posture' and forms the third phase of the eightfold yoga path of Patanjali (Yoga Sutras). In Hinduism, Matsyendra is the name of the god who is considered one of the founders of Hatha Yoga. According to myth, Shiva went to a deserted island to initiate his consort Parvati into the many secrets and mysteries of yoga. Shiva is the dancing god of destruction who ends every evolutionary cycle to make room for new beginnings. He saw a fish a stone's throw from the shore motionless and listening very attentively to everything he told his consort about yoga

Attention points

  1. Make sure that the outstretched arm holds the knee firmly, as described in the text. Try the right balance after each phase

Elaboration

  1. Ardha matsyendrasana I activates the entire back because all vertebrae are turned 'maximally' relative to each other. This has a positive effect on the nervous system and health in general. Ardha matsyendrasana has many benefits. The arm, leg and back muscles are well supplied with blood and trained. Also the abdominal organs, such as the liver and pancreas

Health Benefits of Ardha Matsyendrasana I (Seated Half Torsion I)

  1. Thanks to its beneficial effect on the endocrine function of the pancreas (pancreas), ardha matsyendrasana I can have a corrective effect on diabetes I and II



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