Arm and leg support yoga poses are designed to engage both the upper body (arms) and the lower body (legs) simultaneously, often requiring balance and strength. Here are some types of these poses:
These poses challenge your coordination, balance, and strength. While they offer numerous benefits, it’s important to practice with awareness and avoid pushing beyond your limits. Always listen to your body and consider seeking guidance from a qualified yoga instructor, especially when attempting more advanced variations.
Strength building: develops upper body and core strength
Core engagement: enhances core stability
Balance improvement: enhances overall balance
Full-body activation: engages multiple muscle groups
Posture enhancement: supports good posture
Wrist problems: wrist discomfort or injury.
High blood pressure: some poses may be unsuitable.
Pre-existing injuries: modify as needed.
Lack of upper body strength: avoid overexertion.