Saral Matsyasana/Easy Fish Pose
- Steps 1
Inhale and press your forearms and elbows firmly against the floor
- Steps 2
Next press your scapulas into your back and, with an inhale, lift your upper torso and head away from the floor
- Steps 3
Then release your head back onto the floor
- Steps 4
Depending on how high you arch your back and lift your chest, either the back of your head or its crown will rest on the floor
- Steps 5
There should be a minimal amount of weight on your head to avoid crunching your neck
- Steps 6
You can keep your knees bent or straighten your legs out onto the floor
- Steps 7
If you do the latter, keep your thighs active, and press out through the heels
- Steps 8
Stay for 15 to 30 seconds, breathing smoothly
- Steps 9
With an exhalation lower your torso and head to the floor
- Steps 10
Draw your thighs up into your belly and squeeze
- Steps 11
You can slowly Come back to the original position And that's how you do Saral Matsyasana Precautions: Avoid practising this pose if you are suffering from chronic injury in the neck or severe pain in the back and waist.
This is good for Constipation, Respiratory ailments, Mild backache, Fatigue, Anxiety and Menstrual pain. Let's check it out: Lie on your back on the floor with your knees bent, feet on the floor. Inhale, lift your pelvis slightly off the floor, and slide your hands, palms down, below your buttocks. Then rest your buttocks on the backs of your hands (and don't lift them off your hands as you perform this pose). Be sure to tuck your forearms and elbows up close to the sides of your torso.
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