Our Front and Back Bodies are Parallel: For the Health of the Back, and the Abdominal Organs

399.00 for 1 month

We learn to engage the abdomen in order to understand and engage the front body with the back body.

This recording is part of the Short Course Abdomen in Asanas: More than Core Series 1 (Level Intermediate).  and the Short Course  Abdomen in Asanas: More than Core Series 1 (Level Experienced Beginner).  Save by renting the entire Course.

Level: Experienced Beginner, Intermediate

Duration: 60min

Tagwords: 60mins, abdominals, abdomen, core, abdominal toning, arms, shoulders, 60min,  caturanga dandasana, chaturanga dandasana, supta padangusthasana1, adhomukha svanasana, urdhva prasarita padasana, urdhva hasta dandasana



The front and back flanks of the body are meant to run parallel with each other, in order to maintain the internal organs in their assigned place. Understanding this is a precursor to doing any stronger actions with the abdomen.  This session looks explores this concept.