Easy Yoga for #Thyroid and #Anti-Aging – Supported Shoulderstand

Easy Yoga for #Thyroid and #Anti-Aging – Supported Shoulderstand


What’s so special about yoga? I think the
most important thing about yoga is that we’re doing enhanced breathing –
were increasing the amount of oxygen that we take in. On every breath we’re exhaling fully so that when we inhale we have full, bountiful lung’s full oxygen. This enhanced breath strengthens our heart, increases the circulation of our blood and this oxygen feeds trillions of cells. It improves our overall health.
Another unique feature of yoga is going upside down. For those of you that are not practicing
yoga now – you might not have the strength or the awareness or the confidence to
be upside down. Today I’m gonna show you how to safely do a supported shoulder stand or what we
call sarvangasana Sarvangasana means
it benefits all the limbs. All the limbs will
benefit from sarvangasana. We take these yoga postures with
firmness and strengthen and tone. So a yoga asana, yoga position- it’s not for one
part of the body it’s for the entire form all at once. shoulder stand is good for thyroid. Its believed that the pressure of the
chin to the throat here helps to balance and create healthy
thyroid. Going upside down we tip our bodies over and we take all the
weight off the internal organs. All the weight off our tired joins. And we let blood flush through the body in the
direction it doesn’t usually flush in. and it brings enhanced eyesight, hearing, thinking. And I also believe that it helps, over the
years, to create a more youthful appearance. Here’s how. We want to protect our neck –
that’s the most important thing. So we’re using this folded blanket so
that our neck doesn’t take pressure on the floor. My neck is going to be coming off this
folded blanket like a slinky. Here I am – my seat is
on the wall. I’m rolling onto this and as you can see my neck is not on the
floor its not taking any pressure. my shoulders
are on the blanket I’m really gonna push them down uhh – so that they take support and my whole arm pressing down. Using my legs and I’m gonna be talking in shoulder
seam but you are not allowed to talk in shoulder stand. I’m going to inhale and press up.I’m using the strength of my legs firmly on the wall to lift and press forward. My shoulders and arms are on the floor and
my neck is floating. I’m very well supported. I’m not going to try to balance with my legs off the wall. No! I’m going to stay here in a supported position firming my legs, firming my pelvis. Toning and firming my
abdomen, spine and arms. And I’m gonna take a few breaths here – softly gazing towards
the tip of my nose, breathing through my nose… As I start to get tired I’m going to slowly – with control and
awareness – using overall body strength come down. Now that I’m down I can feel this blood rush. And Im going to allow everything to settle for a few moments.
Internally I’m going to say aaaah. Here it is I’m gonna
say it now… And after resting about a minute I’m going to gently roll over and come up. Watch a yoga playlist of my other YouTube
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