After backbends, you need to relax the back and the neck. Teardrop is a posture used in warm-ups across different fitness regimes. It releases the muscles in the back and stretches the hamstrings.
This asana is used in contemporary studios. It is a great pose to release the back muscles, post standing-deep-backbends. Also, it stretches the hamstrings, while relaxing the torso.
The Swadhisthana chakra is stimulated in the Teardrop. This chakra is associated with the emotional body, sensuality, and creativity. Its element is water. Thereby, its energy is characterized by flow and flexibility. The function of the sacral chakra is directed by the principle of pleasure
Pull in the core while bending
Avoid incase of severe back injuries
Simple-relaxation poses are necessary. As they prevent injuries and keep the muscles supple after intense stretches. Therefore, don’t ignore or skip them, even if you are in a hurry!
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