Binding Yoga Poses
Binding Yoga Poses require flexibility in both the body and the mind to master the pose. Binding yoga poses press one part of the body against another causing the muscles to move in different ways. A binding pose requires linking the hands while rotating both the shoulders and torso in a bind. It is recommended to follow a binding yoga pose non-binding match.
Binding Pose benefits include engaging muscles and organs and helping with digestion. A sample of the range of Binding Yoga Poses includes the Noose Pose, Bound Forward Bend, One Legged King Pigeon Pose, and the Pose Dedicated to the Sage Marichi I.