How to Do Yoga Forearm Stand Pose - part of the women's fitness video series by GeoBeats.
Hi, I'm Colleen, this is Brenna. We're at Bend Yoga Studio and today we're going to show you Pincha Mayurasana or Forearm Stand. Beginning on kneeling, Brenna's going to bring her finger tips down to the floor and then she's slowly going to lower her elbows to the ground as well. Her forearms are parallel to one another, and her elbows are shoulder width apart. She'll gently place her palms down on to the floor. And keeping her inner wrist tapped down, she'll broaden her shoulders wide softening the heart down to the floor. From there Brenna will take a nice deep breath into her kidneys, activating her belly strength. As she's ready keeping her gaze at her finger tips, she'll curl her toes under and lift her hips up to the sky. Taking a full breath in and a full breath out. From there Brenna will step one foot in towards her face and lift the other foot up to the sky. As she's ready she'll take a little jump with her legs and allow her heels to come to the wall. Very Perfect. Keeping her collar bones broadening and her hearty softening, she'll draw her tail bone up to the ceiling and as she's ready she'll draw her heels away from the wall. Very good. Trusting the strength of her forearms, she'll reach her heels up to the ceiling extending her legs actively out of her hips.