How it's done:
Come down on one or both knees in front of the student. Place the crown of your head between the shoulder blades of the practitioner and your gaze is directed at the floor.
Gently press your head against the back between the shoulder blades. Maintain your stability while the practitioner leans in toward your head.
You can also press against the practitioner's elbows and encourage them to apply counter pressure if they haven't done so automatically. This is a great way to awaking the muscles of the back which will result in creating space in the spine.
Why we recommend this tutorial:
We love new approaches to adjustments and are glad to share them with you. We are curious about your experience with this assist and are looking forward to your feedback. We hope that you can utilize these playful ideas to enrich your lessons.
We are also hoping that your students will benefit from these techniques. The idea is to give the practitioner a new sense of space in the back and offers another level of proprioception.
- Awakening and strengthening the upper back muscles
- Lengthening the spine
- Creating space in the shoulders
- New experience in Pada-Hastasana
Important to note in Pada-Hastasana:
Take your time and give the practitioner time to come out of the posture slowly and carefully. Guide them with your hands on their back until they have returned to standing.
The tutorial does not replace the guidance of a competent teacher. Each person and every body is unique. Keep this in mind when choosing this adjustment and apply it mindfully.
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